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Justifiable Homicide: Black Youth In Peril

Sunday, October 05, 2014Mustafaa Abdul Muhammad

The Hon. Louis Farrakhan

[Editor’s note: With the attacks and wholesale killings of primarily Black, Red and Brown youth increasing in the United States, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan delivered a message of guidance and instruction to youth in cities across America on Sunday, October 28, 2007 via live webcast from Mosque Maryam in Chicago, Illinois. The following is the second of two articles excerpted from this address, originally published separately in FCN Vol. 27, No. 7 (November 20, 2007).

Part 1

The Black community is an armed camp. Every day we’re reading another one of us killed by us. I recently read that war no longer is fought like it has been fought; war is urban and the government is planning for urban warfare. Just like you see going on in Baghdad, where they come in and kick down the door, rape the women, kill them. I’m telling you. You are going to see this. And when you see it, then look at your hands! This is what you brought on yourself!(Read more)

Part 2

In the 1960s, we could turn on the TV at night and see Martin Luther King Jr.; we would see the Civil Rights leaders; Bull Conner. We would see fire hoses and dogs and cattle prods. And we’d see the enemy beating our people down. We knew who the enemy was! But two generations later, you go in the Black community now and ask them, “Who is the enemy?” We have become the enemy to one another.(Read more)


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