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Islam is my Divine Creed

Reader comment on item: A Century of African-American Islam
in response to reader comment: Victims of Arabian imperialism

Submitted by Sheila Seabreeze-Bey (United States), Apr 7, 2014 at 14:23

Dear Dhimmi

Thank you for your concern I am by no means suppress or oppress by Arabs or any teaching of Islam. You need to make a distinction between religion and the Almighty. " All people worship ALLAH the One: but all people see Him not alike. A man's ideal is his his God and so, as man unfolds, his God unfolds Man's God today, tomorrow is not God. The nations of the earth see ALLAH from different points of view, and so he does not seem the same to everyone. Man names the part of ALLAH he sees, and this to him is all of ALLAH; and every nation has a name for ALLAH. You Brahamans call him Parabrahm, in Egypt He is Thoth, and Zeus is His in Greece, Jehovah His Hebrew name, but every where He is the causeless cause, the rootless root fro which all things have grown." I hope this brings you some solace. Hatred is such a self destructive force; you need to learn to love instead of hate. He who is without sin let him cast the first stone. Be at peace in closing My nationality is Moorish American, my race Asiatic and the shade of my skin is olive. My teacher is Prophet Noble Drew Ali and ALLAH is leading on and victory is sure.


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