Malcolm X (Al-Haj Malik al-Shabbaz RA) is a hugely maligned and misunderstood figure – which itself begs scrutiny – cui bono – and another useful opportunity presents itself to properly examine his life and legacy.
On May 19, 2017, tens of millions of Muslims around the world will celebrate the 92nd birthday of America’s top human rights defender Malcolm X who was assassinated at young age of 40 on February 21, 1965.
American historian William Manning Marable, PhD (died 2011) had blamed FBI and CIA for the assassination of Malcolm Xat the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem over his political views on American racism, hatred toward non-Whites and blind support for the Zionist entity.
The organized Jewry has never stopped comparing Malcolm X with civil right movement leader Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., a Friend of Israel. The only time Malcolm X bumped into Martin Luther King was at the Capitol Hill on March 26, 1964. The meeting lasted only for a minute. Professor David Howard-Pitney (Jewish) who witness the meeting noted in his book, Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and the Civil…
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