New UN Working Group Findings All praises are due to Allah, the Lord of all the worlds that the United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent have openly criticized the United States government for the immense disparities in wealth, health care and crimincal justice for its African American national minority. The SIIASI is proud to give its full support behind the United Nations effort to resolve the four century old problem of the indigenous African American national minorities in the USA. Read here> Shaykh Muhammad Shareef bin Farid The United Nations Acceptance of the Confederation of Indigenous American Muslims “National Minorities” VIEW THE FULL DOCUMENT THAT WAS PRESENTED TO THE 58TH SESSION OF THE UNITED NATIONS 19 MARCH & 26 APRIL 2002 Read The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Check out these links: Sapelo Square MIB Imam Jamil Al-Amin MANA Carribean Emirates Islamic Revivalist Movement African Holocaust Nigerian Muslim Forum IHRAAM Republic of Lakotah Mexica Movement JohnHorse Jericho Movement 6 thoughts on “Confederation” Shaykh Muhammad Shareef bin Farid says: January 26, 2016 at 10:54 pm as salaam alaykum wa rahma I normally do not comment on news items such as the following, but I was impressed by a news report which candidly exposed the US’s bombing campaigns against Daesh are a hoax. What was more surprising was that I found it posted on Yahoo; which could well have been a slip up on their part; and the article will be removed soon. So go copy and read it before it dissappears. http://news.yahoo.com/leading-iraqi-shiite-says-islamic-state-shrugging-off-161523322.html Reply Shaykh Muhammad Shareef bin Farid says: January 23, 2016 at 1:12 am When I was a young teenage Muslim I had the illusion that all the brothers and sisters I had read so often about, had listened to all their tapes and CDs and read their newspapers and magazines; were all confederated in a national union of indigenous American Muslims. The elders had been close to al-Hajj Malik El Shabazz, and some of them were his direct hires, so to speak. So, when I left for Africa to study Arabic and the Islamic sciences, I did so with the hope of one day working with this ‘confederation’ that I assumed existed. After my return almost a decade later, I found that the potential power strength of the indigenous African American Muslim population had been dissipated and scattered with loyalties to the Tablighees, the Ikhwan, the Wahhabis, the Shi`a, sufis from Pakistan and Cyprus. Even the growing Niasse Tijani order had not won the loyalty of any of the prominent indigenous leaders. It was in 1999, when Imam Jamil al-Amin, who was head of the national Muslim Shura, invited all Muslim leaders in America to Atlanta, Ga to discuss and confer on the future of Islam and Muslims in North America. That year I had been appointed by the Sultan of Maiurno as the Amir of the jama`at of Shehu Uthman ibn Fuduye`, so one of the first things I did was answer the invitation of Imam Jamil al-Amin. It was during the annual Riyaadah that our growing community confederated with his national Ummah community. We decided to radify our confederation at Arafat in the Hajj of the following year. Less than a week later, another meeting was held in Leister, UK called by Imam Hamza Yusef which he called a Powwow, again where the topic was supposed to be the future of Islam in the west. The positive outcome of both these meetings in 1999 is that they eventually gave birth to the Muslim Alliance of North America (MANA) which first same together in 2000. The concept of confederation as concieved by al-Hajj Malik El Shabazz is that all of the diverse indigenous Muslim groups, organizations and institutions should join a single organization that would act as the representative of this national minority to the sovereign states and to international bodies at the United Nations and the World Court. Reply Shaykh Muhammad Shareef bin Farid says: December 8, 2015 at 12:57 am I just reread for the thousandth time a genuine Message to Black Lives Matter from Jalil Muntaqim, one of our many political prisoners. It was the most lucid critique of the BLM movement that I have read. It is really a challenge from an elder comrade of our struggle to our young on how to move forward. The meaagse can be read in full here: http://www.thejerichomovement.com/blog/blacklivesmatter-forward Comrade Jalil Muntaqim is also known as Anthony Bottom, For those of you who desire to contact him and show him your support; he is inmate #77A4283 at Attica Correctional Facility, P.O. Box 149, Attica NY 14011-0149. Reply Imam Hamzah Alameen says: October 23, 2015 at 6:16 pm Are the signet rings still available? Reply Shaykh Muhammad Shareef bin Farid says: November 1, 2015 at 6:04 pm unfortunately the original molds are not with me right now. it will not be until they are retrieved from China that I can produce more. Reply Shaykh Muhammad Shareef bin Farid says: October 9, 2015 at 5:57 am It is important for those of us who are genuinely interested in moving the struggle of ethnic, linguistic, cultural and religious national minorities out of the realm of civil rights into the realm of international human rights to sign the following petition: https://www.change.org/p/united-nations-petition-on-crime-of-genocide-against-african-people-in-the-united-states?tk=avsSlxaDoH8t3PKhnOTvOphAHyXD6YixP1f9lABcTQY&utm_source=petition_update&utm_medium=email Reply Leave a Reply to Imam Hamzah Alameen Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.