Join me in stopping the violencePublished 12:01am Thursday, June 14, 2012
I am the Honorable Minister Muhammad Al Waalee from the Nation of Islam and Black Muslims. I am a leader to the human suffering of black people across the Miss-Lou since the latter days of civil rights leader Medgar Evers and Charles Evers, who is still a stand-up leader.
Since the Natchez mayor’s race is over and the aldermen and Adams County Board of Supervisors staff is in order, now it is time to challenge them.
It’s time to challenge the Natchez Pilgrimage Garden Club and the casino as well. I’m also going to challenge the ministers, the NAACP and organizations of the human suffering of my people.
The day is here, and I am ready.
I will not back up and nothing I say or do will be in vain.
God has sent me for this mission. Nobody can clean up what you call the “hood” but me.
There will be no more of my people put in jail, prison or the graveyard over drugs, guns, killing, robbing, crime or evil. I am going to work the street night and day for my people.
There will be no more children taken to foster homes. God has sent a real prophet to heal the wounds of human suffering.
I am not a hater or a racist man. This is the work of Allah through me.
The poor, homeless, youth, gangs, drug users and dealers belong to me. I will clean up our communities by the grace of Allah.
I plan to have an event this Saturday and march the streets.
I am touring the South to preach a “stop the killing and drugs” message.
Stand up, wake up, raise up.
Through Christ Jesus, all things can be done.
Muhammad Al Waalee is a minister of the Nation of Islam who is currently working in Natchez.