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Al-Islam, Christianity, & freemasonary

Author: Mustafa El-Amin
Publisher: Jersey City, N.J. : New Mind Productions, 1985.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
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"Mustafa El-Amin was born in Newark, N.J. in 1957. He was introduced to, and accepted the teachings of the Nation of Islam, under the leadership of the Hon. Elijahh Muhammad, in 1972. Upon the death of Hon. Elijah Muhammad in 1975, Mustafa made a smooth transition of accepting the leadership of Imam Warith Deen Mohammed, and the pure teachings of Al-Islam based upon the Holy Qur'an and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mustafa El-Amin
ISBN: 0933821050 9780933821057
OCLC Number: 13792252
Description: 214 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Part I. The Religion of Al-Islam. 1. The Religion of Al-Islam ---
2. Man's Struggle for Truth & Understanding ---
3. Abraham: the Leader of the Nation ---
4. Abraham Rejects Idol Worship ---
5. Abraham: Guided to Proper Worship ---
6. Abraham's Sacrifice ---
7. What Was the Sacrifice? ---
8. History of Prophet Muhammad ---
9. Arabia Before Prophet Muhammad ---
10. Change in the Qiblah (Direction for Prayer) ---
11. The Prophet's Conquest of Makkah ---
12. The Prophets Conquest of Makkah ---
13. Fundamental Principles of Al-Islam ---
14. The Light of Allah ---
15. The African Slave Experience ---
16. A Brief History of Al-Islam ---
17. Master Fard Muhammad ---
18. The Plot of Fard Muhammad ---
19. "He Was Born For the Mission" ----
Part II. Chistianity. 1. Forgiveness ---
2. Love, Sympathy & Peace ---
3. Politeness, Chastity & Honesty ---
4. Modern Christianity ---
5. The Nicene Council ---
6. Constantine, the Emperor ---
7. Mythological & Pagan Influence ---
8. The Christian/Egyptian Connection ---
9. The Osirian Myth ---
10. Bible Language ---
11. The Call to Education & Enlightenment ----
Part III. Freemasonry. 1. Definition & Purpose of Freemasonry ---
2. Oath; Origin of Freemasonry ---
3. The Masonic Structure ---
4. Significance of the First Three Degrees ---
5. The Progression of the Compass & the Square ---
6. Words, Tokens & Signs ---
7. Ascending Up the Masonic Pyramid ---
8. Masonic Ascension ---
9. Symbolic Reference to the Ascension of Jesus & Muhammad ---
10. Presidents & Vice-Presidents Who Were Masons ---
11. Masons Who Signed the Declaration of Independence ---
12. Other Prominent Masons & Shriners ---
13. Masonic Racism ---
14. Secrecy & Silence ---
15. Symbolism ---
16. Symbolism of Numbers ---
17. Masonic Degrees ---
18. Twenty-Fifth Degree ---
19. Important concepts in Freemeasonry ---
20. Thirtieth Degree ---
21. Shriners are Masons, not Muslims ---
22. The Shrinersʹ Emblem ---
23. Thirty-Third Degree ---
24. Conclusion.
Other Titles: Al-Islam, Christianity and freemasonry
Responsibility: Mustafa El-Amin.

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"Mustafa El-Amin was born in Newark, N.J. in 1957. He was introduced to, and accepted the teachings of the Nation of Islam, under the leadership of the Hon. Elijahh Muhammad, in 1972. Upon the death of Hon. Elijah Muhammad in 1975, Mustafa made a smooth transition of accepting the leadership of Imam Warith Deen Mohammed, and the pure teachings of Al-Islam based upon the Holy Qur'an and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad Ibn Abdullah."--Back cover.

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