Final Call
By Richard B. Muhammad And Eric Ture Muhammad

Remembering Louis Farrakhan, Jr. - Brother, Believer, Father, Friend, Soldier

The Nation, family and friends remember the life and contribution of Louis Farrakhan, Jr.

CHICAGO - Light shone through the domed ceiling of Mosque Maryam and what had been a rainy and overcast day became bright. The sunshine and its energy reflected the spirit buzzing in the sanctuary at the homegoing service of Louis E. Farrakhan, Jr., the eldest son of the internationally known Nation of Islam minister Louis Farrakhan and his wife Khadijah Farrakhan.

The sanctuary was filled with family, Muslims, well-wishers and old friends to celebrate and remember a man known for his brotherhood, brilliance and humor.

While there was certainly sadness and a few tears shed, there was no grief as the Muslim funeral service and fond memories kept a great loss balanced with gratitude for a great life sent this way. » FULL STORY

An evening to honor a son, a father, a brother, a friend

By Michael Z. Muhammad and Eric Ture Muhammad

CHICAGO—On Friday evening June 8, the gymnasium of Muhammad University of Islam on the grounds of Mosque Maryam was transformed into a beautiful room for several hundred family and friends gathered for the repast that followed the funeral of Louis E. Farrakhan, Jr.


Fatherhood, knowledge, redemption and Black men: We can make it if we try

By by Bryan Crawford -Contributing Writer-

CHICAGO—Black men face a number of negative stigmas that they are always in a constant and perpetual struggle to overcome. But none can be more hurtful and damaging than being stigmatized as a criminal due to having been sent to jail or prison.


Lewis Meyers, Jr.: The Peoples' Attorney

By Final Call News

Memorial services for attorney Lewis Myers, Jr., were held at Christ Universal Church on the city’s far South Side. Speaker after speaker spoke of his brilliance, his fearlessness and his devotion to the movement for the liberation of Black people.


Racism may hit finances of U.S. companies, but does that make a difference?

By Barrington M. Salmon -Contributing Writer-

On occasion, overt racists like Roseanne Barr get punished following public outrage and pay a cost for their ignorance. Or you will see an incident such as the one that occurred at a Philadelphia Starbucks when two innocent Black men were arrested while waiting for a colleague without buying something.


Questions, egos and global politics engulf Trump-North Korea summit

By Askia Muhammad -Senior Editor-

WASHINGTON—The on-again, off-again, summit conference between U.S. President Donald J. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, is officially on-again.


Remembering Louis Farrakhan, Jr. - Brother, Believer, Father, Friend, Soldier

By Richard B. Muhammad And Eric Ture Muhammad

The Nation, family and friends remember the life and contribution of Louis Farrakhan, Jr.

CHICAGO - Light shone through the domed ceiling of Mosque Maryam and what had been a rainy and overcast day became bright. The sunshine and its energy reflected the spirit buzzing in the sanctuary at the homegoing service of Louis E. Farrakhan, Jr., the eldest son of the internationally known Nation of Islam minister Louis Farrakhan and his wife Khadijah Farrakhan.

The sanctuary was filled with family, Muslims, well-wishers and old friends to celebrate and remember a man known for his brotherhood, brilliance and humor.

While there was certainly sadness and a few tears shed, there was no grief as the Muslim funeral service and fond memories kept a great loss balanced with gratitude for a great life sent this way.


An evening to honor a son, a father, a brother, a friend

By Michael Z. Muhammad and Eric Ture Muhammad

CHICAGO—On Friday evening June 8, the gymnasium of Muhammad University of Islam on the grounds of Mosque Maryam was transformed into a beautiful room for several hundred family and friends gathered for the repast that followed the funeral of Louis E. Farrakhan, Jr.


Fatherhood, knowledge, redemption and Black men: We can make it if we try

By by Bryan Crawford -Contributing Writer-

CHICAGO—Black men face a number of negative stigmas that they are always in a constant and perpetual struggle to overcome. But none can be more hurtful and damaging than being stigmatized as a criminal due to having been sent to jail or prison.


Lewis Meyers, Jr.: The Peoples' Attorney

By Final Call News

Memorial services for attorney Lewis Myers, Jr., were held at Christ Universal Church on the city’s far South Side. Speaker after speaker spoke of his brilliance, his fearlessness and his devotion to the movement for the liberation of Black people.


Racism may hit finances of U.S. companies, but does that make a difference?

By Barrington M. Salmon -Contributing Writer-

On occasion, overt racists like Roseanne Barr get punished following public outrage and pay a cost for their ignorance. Or you will see an incident such as the one that occurred at a Philadelphia Starbucks when two innocent Black men were arrested while waiting for a colleague without buying something.


Africa Watch

By Jehron Muhammad

The recent continent-wide celebration of Africa, called Africa Day, not only paid homage to the forming of the Organization of African Unity, but also celebrated the diversity of Africa and its one billion inhabitants, making it the Earth’s second most populous continent.


Kwame Ture Education Center, Elijah Muhammad Masjid and Black Agenda building open in Trinidad as NOI progresses

By Brian E. Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Opening the facility was a crowning achievement for the Nation of Islam and others who united and sacrificed to bring it into existence against the odds and despite opposition. It was a win for marginalized Black Trinidadians in a country where East Indian, Chinese and Arab communities thrive.


Africa Watch - Peace Talks, Trade, Anti-corruption and Continental Airspace

By Jehron Muhammad

According to CNBCAFRICA, Mahammadu Sanusi II, the Emir of Kano and a former governor of Nigeria’s Central Bank, said during the AfDB meeting that Africa’s development agenda must focus on the socio-cultural and commercial interest of Africans and the upliftment of Africa’s trade and economic ecosystem.


Africa Watch - Ramadan, Trevor Noah, Corruption and Fighting for Justice

By Jehron Muhammad

Visitors to Islamic countries need to be aware of the local customs, including the annual observance of Ramadan. Though you’re not expected to participate in the month long fast, it’s important that you respect local customs.


Nation of Islam progressing in Trinidad and Tobago

By Brian E. Muhammad -Staff Writer-

The twin islands and southern-most country in the Caribbean have a population of 1.6 million. Although Trinidad has its share of problems, the Nation of Islam is helping to address social and economic conditions, issues of education and working with the country’s prison population.


Black coffee shops pulling in the green

By Bryan Crawford -Contributing Writer-

The situation involving Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, two Black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks for behaving like any other coffee shop patron would, outraged many in the Black community already fed up with the racial bias presently faced in daily life.


Legacy Men’s Boutique offers quality and service

By Tariqah Shakir- Muhammad -The Final Call-

CHICAGO— Not far from the Harold Washington Cultural Center on 44th and King Drive is an avenue of flourishing Black-owned business including restaurants, bakeries and an art gallery.


Black-owned mobile company making moves

By Tariqah Shakir- Muhammad -The Final Call-

In collaboration with Daymond Garfield John, founder of the apparel company FUBU, entrepreneur and businessman Jonathan Nazeer recently launched the company’s mobile service.


Young Black professionals, HBCU students join movement for homeownership, fi nancial education

By Hazel Trice Edney

The housing crisis that caused more than nine million people to suffer foreclosure and even homelessness due to the economic slump across the U. S. 10 years ago, has now fully recovered for everyone—except people of color—especially Black Americans.


Major toy retailer goes out of business

By AP

NEW YORK (AP)—The demise of Toys R Us will have a ripple effect on everything from toy makers to consumers to landlords.


The Sweetness Of The Life And The Gift Of Louis Farrakhan, Jr.

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

One of the most beautiful things about the religion of Islam is that it offers to all who accept it security, it gives them peace and contentment of mind. Louis, Jr., brought us all together today. I wanted to personally thank all of you for the kind of love that you showed to Louis, Jr., his family, Mother Khadijah Farrakhan and me. » CONTINUE

Divine Revelation, Patience And The Promise Of God

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

God allowed Pharaoh to become great: He allowed Pharaoh to be looked upon by the people as a god beside God; so, He had to show on His coming that He, in fact, was God. He was so much of a God that He took one of the slaves and made him a god over Pharaoh, to declare to the world that the one that He made a god over Pharaoh was one of millions that He would bring back to where they originally were. » CONTINUE

Righteousness And Unrighteousness Cannot Walk Together:exposing The Synagogue Of Satan

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

This text is excerpted from a nearly three-hour lecture delivered by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on May 27 in a major Sunday address from Mosque Maryam in Chicago.

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The Blessed, Noble Holy Month of Ramadan: 'Guidance to the Muslim World'

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

May Allah guide us in The West to show an example of unity during this Ramadan. And make it a Blessed Ramadan. Stop the bickering! Stop being judges of one another, and let Allah be The Judge, as He has said "I"—He didn’t say you or me. » CONTINUE

'Chicago Morning Takeover' Interview - The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Truth is the best weapon that we could possess and the courage to speak it. The reason the world is in the condition that the world is in is because there’s a Satanic force that has deceived, as the scripture says, the whole world. » CONTINUE

Heaven Lies at the Feet of Mother

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Would not you like to replace the hell that is on the earth with a heavenly life? Would you not like to see your children grow up in a more peaceful environment? What will you give to see such a heavenly state come into existence?

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Pt.2 - 'Issues: St. Kitts-Nevis' Freedom FM 106.5 Interview with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Excerpts from interview conducted by Juni Liburd, host of Issues: St. Kitts-Nevis with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan » CONTINUE

'Issues: St. Kitts-Nevis' Freedom FM 106.5 Interview with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

What you have in Black America, in the Caribbean, in the UK, in Africa, all over the world, is an instant communication that is causing the awakening of the masses. This is both good and bad. » CONTINUE

Weapons Attacks In Syria And A Warning To The Warmongers

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

What would Syria have to gain by using chemical weapons to cause America to intervene militarily in her country as she is experiencing this terrible civil war? I think it is America and Europe that are tired of the civil war going on so long without definitive results in the favor of The West and Israel. » CONTINUE

SAY: YES! Take Me Back To the Place Where I First Believed

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Satan's job is to turn the faithful from being faithful saying yes—to start saying, "I wonder. Lord times are getting rougher. I thought I was going to find peace in the house of the Lord and Lord I—people started speaking ill of me." » CONTINUE