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Reply to "The True History of Malcolm X & the NOI"

these are word for word quotes from both interviews which show how certain information from one brother complements/corroborates/confirms what was stated by the other brother:

manning marable:

quote:
.....you know, Malcolm broke with the N.O.I. in March 1964,
and in that last 11 chaotic months, he spent most of the time outside of
the United States. Nevertheless, he built two organizations in the spring
of 1964.
First, Muslim Mosque Incorporated, which was a religious organization
that was largely based on members of the N.O.I. who left with him. It was spearheaded by James 67X or James Shabazz, who was his chief of staff.
Then secondly was the Organization of Afro-American Unity. This was an
organization that was a secular group....


abdul wazir muhammad:

quote:
...[Malcolm] left here and headed to Africa and stayed gone so long that his sister, who was part of [his] movement, said, "'Look Malcolm, we need your leadership. What you do over there's all fine but you need to come back and lead the movement that you're heading up." He came back here and that's when he was killed....


manning marable:

quote:
...I believe that if we could see the chapters that are missing from the book, we would gain an understanding as to why perhaps -- perhaps -- the F.B.I., the C.I.A., the New York Police Department and others in law enforcement greatly feared what Malcolm X was about, because he was trying to build a broad -- an unprecedented black coalition across the lines of black nationalism and integration. And in way, it presages 30 years ahead of time, the Million Man March ....


abdul wazir muhammad:

quote:
...[Malcolm] had a mindset, ideas and things that he was trying to do before time.....You can't roll back the hand of time and the way that Malcolm was going in leadership, Min. Farrakhan has developed to and surpassed that....


of course we all know that min. farrakhan is the one who called for the million man march so i hope it's clear why i say the statements complement or corroborate each other.
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