By Samory Rashid (auth.)
Black Muslims within the U.S. seeks to deal with deficiencies in present scholarship approximately black Muslims in American society, from reading the origins of Islam between African-Americans to acknowledging the influential position that black Muslims play in modern U.S. society.
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Muhammad spend considerable time being ostracized from the NOI, he also ventured to teach the Quran and other mainstream Islamic practices during his years as minister of the Philadelphia Mosque. A similar phenomenon may exist among members described as “praying Moors” among the followers of the Moorish Science Temple (MST) movement. Prisons across the United States have had a long-standing reputation for housing black Muslims with various organizational and political affiliations. NOI and MST meetings were off-limits to outsiders and it is even less likely that the proponents of WOI theory would have access to American prisons during 1870–1930.
The virtual disappearance of earlier African Muslims in America because of intense persecution has been reversed in the twentieth century. . This first “wave” . . of immigration continued until World War I, after which a second wave continued through the 1930s, ending with World War II. A third wave of Muslim immigration after World War II included many people from the elites of Middle Eastern and South Asian countries seeking education and professional advancement. A fourth wave of Muslim immigration to North America began in the mid-1960s and continues today.
Whenever the second Muslim generation assumed leadership and it seemed possible for Muslims to be integrated into American society, a new wave of fresh immigrants overtook the older wave. The Islamic presence was again a foreign presence of first-generation immigrant Muslims. Even when large numbers of indigenous Americans embraced Islam, they were unable to assume leadership of the Islamic movement and even failed to integrate into it. 37 Black Marginalization in the Literature Black marginalization in this study refers to the systematic exclusion or omission of black Muslims from key parts of the literature on Islam in America, in marked contrast to their generous and, in some ways, prominent treatment in the history literature.
Black Muslims in the US: History, Politics, and the Struggle of a Community by Samory Rashid (auth.)