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One Year Since Nashid Abdul Khaaliq’s (R.A.) Passing: May We Continue To Ascertain Anti-Parasitic Truths In His Blessed Memory

by Jonathan Azaziah

It’s still overwhelming at times to think we are living in a world without the physical presence of Nashid Abdul Khaaliq (R.A.), the African-American luminary, thinker and revolutionary activist who helped pioneer the Anti-Zionist investigation into 9/11. A large admirer of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Imam Khomeini (R.A.), Malcolm X (R.A.) and Sayyed Hussein al-Houthi (R.A.), he was a paragon of unbroken and immovable intellectual resistance in this terrifying age of Dajjal. Today marks one year since the Mouqawamist-minded, Brooklyn-bred, Grenadian-blooded, Sunni giant departed this world. And in remembering him, his stances, his achievements, his writings and his deeds, we recall one of his greatest pet peeves regarding the so-called “Truth Movement” and some of its most prominent personalities: Their failure to name the Jew as Islam’s greatest adversary, the most brutal globe-holder and the greatest oppressor of Black people. He was a lifelong campaigner against White Supremacy and colonialism, from NYC to his homeland of Grenada, but always told me that “Whitey ain’t most mighty” and that the Imperium is controlled by the Jahcubites, nobody else.

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