Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad addresses Muslims in Chicago in 1967 as world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali listens intently at left.

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Muhammad Ali was born on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky.

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1972. On March 6, 1964, he took the name Muhammad Ali, which was given to him by his spiritual mentor, Elijah Muhammad.


Elijah Muhammad (@themtabletalks) on Instagram: "Sultan Muhammad was born in the home of his grandfather – the Honorable Elijah Muhammad - on th.

W ithout question, Muhammad Ali (who died on June 3rd. Ali would subsequently go on to attend the rallies and lectures of Malcolm X and Elijah Muhammad.

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The wisdom of Master Fard Muhammad unlocks the god force.

During the late 1960s, Muhammad Speaks was the most widely-circulated Black-operated newspaper in the United States.

Muhammad’s younger brother Jams Muhammad, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, and Muhammad Ali, and a dozen more, all as guests of Prime Minister Michael Manley. his allegiances were with supreme leader Elijah Muhammad and not the exiled Malcolm X. Ali Elijah Muhammad Wilkes was born on July 25, 1971 in Milwaukee, WI.

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S. But with the boxer's growing celebrity and the support of Malcolm X, Elijah Muhammad began to publicly embrace Ali as a member.

—Professor Herbert Berg, Elijah Muhammad and Islam “What the Negro needs first is $100 million,” world famous composer Duke Ellington said last week in an exclusive interview with Muhammad Speaks.

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The cover often depicted the image of Elijah Muhammad, the religious leader of the Nation of Islam, and its pages invariably featured religious content, including a centerfold dedicated to the speeches and teachings of Muhammad.