Malcolm X [ˌmælkəm ˈɛks] (* Mai als Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska; nach seiner Pilgerreise nach Mekka El Hajj Malik el-Shabazz; † Malcom, 23, aus Brasilien ➤ Zenit St. Petersburg, seit ➤ Rechtsaußen ➤ Marktwert: 24,00 Mio. € ➤ * in São Paulo, Brasilien. Am Februar wurde der politische Aktivist Malcolm X bei einem öffentlichen Auftritt in New York erschossen. Er war einer der wichtigsten Vertreter der.
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Views Read Edit View history. Main page Contents Current events Random article About Wikipedia Contact us Donate. Malcolm had selected it as a training-ground that evening, because he meant to weary and subdue his too highly spirited charger.
Malcolm reined up, and soon a British officer appeared round a bend in the road. Top Definitions Quizzes Examples British Malcolm.
QUIZZES DO YOU KNOW WHICH OF THESE WORDS WERE INSPIRED BY PEOPLE? Malcolm urged that the Nation become more active in the widespread civil rights protests instead of just being a critic on the sidelines.
Malcolm brought additional bad publicity to the Nation when he declared publicly that Pres. John F. In response to the outrage this statement provoked, Elijah Muhammad ordered Malcolm to observe a day period of silence, and the break between the two leaders became permanent.
Malcolm left the Nation in March and in the next month founded Muslim Mosque, Inc. During his pilgrimage to Mecca that same year, he experienced a second conversion and embraced Sunni Islam, adopting the Muslim name el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz.
Renouncing the separatist beliefs of the Nation, he claimed that the solution to racial problems in the United States lay in orthodox Islam.
On the second of two visits to Africa in , he addressed the Organization of African Unity known as the African Union since , an intergovernmental group established to promote African unity, international cooperation, and economic development.
In he founded the Organization of Afro-American Unity as a secular vehicle to internationalize the plight of Black Americans and to make common cause with the people of the developing world—to move from civil rights to human rights.
The growing hostility between Malcolm and the Nation led to death threats and open violence against him. On February 21, , Malcolm was assassinated while delivering a lecture at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem; three members of the Nation of Islam were convicted of the murder.
He was survived by his wife, Betty Shabazz , whom he married in , and six daughters. Malcolm X Article Quotes Media Additional Info.
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Please refer to the appropriate style manual or other sources if you have any questions. Wallace Fard Muhammad Elijah Muhammad Malcolm X Warith Deen Mohammed Louis Farrakhan Tynnetta Muhammad Ishmael Muhammad Ava Muhammad David Muhammad James 3X.
Beliefs and theology. Saviours' Day Nation of Islam and antisemitism Tribe of Shabazz Yakub. Million Man March Millions More Movement Justice or Else.
A Torchlight for America The Final Call Muhammad Speaks How to Eat to Live Message to the Blackman in America.
Fruit of Islam Muhammad University of Islam Muslim Girls Training Star Chamber Academy. Offshoots and sects. American Society of Muslims Five-Percent Nation United Nation of Islam Nation of Yahweh Nuwaubian Nation.
Related organizations. Black Dragon Society Black Mafia New Black Panther Party Peace Movement of Ethiopia Yusuf Bey and Your Black Muslim Bakery.
The Audubon Ballroom stage after the murder, with bullet holes marked by circles. Further information: Beliefs and theology of the Nation of Islam.
The common goal of 22 million Afro-Americans is respect as human beings. We can never get civil rights in America until our human rights are first restored.
We will never be recognized as citizens there until we are first recognized as humans. Just as the violation of human rights of our brothers and sisters in South Africa and Angola is an international issue and has brought the racists of South Africa and Portugal under attack from all other independent governments at the United Nations, once the miserable plight of the 22 million Afro-Americans is also lifted to the level of human rights our struggle then becomes an international issue and the direct concern of all other civilized governments.
We can then take the racist American Government before the World Court and have the racists in it exposed and condemned as the criminals that they are.
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Malise Ruthven Islam: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press. Retrieved January 1, And Attallah was close to Attila the Hun, the warrior.
But I'm named Attallah, which in Arabic means 'Gift of God. I don't want to seem to sound self-righteous Maybe he does have some of the answer I have often wished that he would talk less of violence, because violence is not going to solve our problem.
And in his litany of articulating the despair of the Negro without offering any positive, creative alternative, I feel that Malcolm has done himself and our people a great disservice Available evidence indicates that about one hundred thousand Negroes have joined the movement at one time or another, but few objective observers believe that the Black Muslims can muster more than twenty or twenty-five thousand active temple people.
I wish I'd been able to tell Malcolm that I was sorry, that he was right about so many things. But he was killed before I got the chance I might never have become a Muslim if it hadn't been for Malcolm.
If I could go back and do it over again, I would never have turned my back on him. They were photographed greeting each other warmly, smiling and shaking hands.
The next day, the Chicago Sun-Times , the New York World-Telegram and Sun , and other dailies carried a picture of Malcolm and Martin shaking hands.
Hold it! Don't get excited. Let's cool it, brothers" p. According to a transcript of an audio recording, Malcolm's only words were, "Hold it!
It is absolutely impossible for us to differ. The state media agency's English-language announcement said merely that "the street July South Florida Times.
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