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 analyzing 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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Was the rise of a Black Muslim movement among Southern migrants in the Northern cities the surfacing of a hidden tradition? And is there a connection between this possible Islamic tradition and the later expansion of Islam in the African American community? Gardell concludes by noting that the first two [of the above] questions can be answered in the affirmative. Debunking the myth that immigrant (unlike indigenous) Muslims consistently practiced a form of “pure” Islam, Ahmed describes how an early mosque in High Park, Michigan “was not run in the traditional manner,” and that “daily prayers were not observed.
Yet, the failure to recognize public signs of Islam among blacks in the United States has much to do with lack of cultural awareness and skill at knowing how and where to look. The Hidden Transcripts 23 The turn-of-the-century period in question (1870–1930) when WOI theorists claim the virtual and in some cases the complete disappearance of public displays of Islam among blacks in the United States, corresponds with the rise of the Ku Klux Klan, the terror of black lynching, and emergence of some of the deadliest “race riots” in US history in Chicago, Springfield (Illinois), East St.
Their knowledge of and links to authoritative sources including Quran and other literary resources and the opportunities they provide for indigenous Muslims to travel have transformed Muslim life in the United States for the better. ” Phillip Jenkins, a distinguished professor of religious studies and WOI proponent offers the following popular view among skeptics. In the last couple of years, as Islam has grown as a presence in this country, Muslims have tried to write themselves into the early history of 40 Black Muslims in the US America.