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Malcolm X's Impact on The Rights of Islamic People

Malcolm X was born in Omaha, Nebraska. On 8 September 1931 Earl Little fell under the wheels. Malcolm himself was replaced into a series of orphanages and foster families; eventually the boy contacted the bad company and in 1946 was sent to prison.

Little held a highly productive time behind bars that is where he became acquainted with the motion of 'Nation of Islam'. On 27 February 1946 Little was transferred to the state prison in Charlestown. Little learned about the 'Nation of Islam' from a letter from his brother Philbert.

Malcolm came on freedom on parole on August 7th 1952. He could boast not only a clear conscience and a new faith, it should be mentioned that by the time Little has changed his name. The one selected among them 'X' symbolized the true African family of him that Malcolm had never known.

Shortly after the release of Malcolm X, he personally met with Elijah Muhammad; this meeting took place in Chicago, Illinois. Very quickly, Malcolm became first assistant priest, then - a full-fledged priest.

Malcolm attracted back FBI Interest in 1950, writing a letter to President Truman. The X`s letter protested against the war in Korea and called himself a communist.

In 1953, Malcolm began to be observed on a regular basis - the FBI suspected that his extremely rapid growth in the movement had something to do with the Communists.

Meanwhile, X worked actively for the benefits of the movement, creating new churches and recruiting new supporters. Orator skills and impressive external characteristics helped him in his work outstanding.

Nearly a dozen years Malcolm was one of the leaders and officials of the movement; a conflict with Elijah Muhammad, forced Malcolm to leave the movement. A little beat later X traveled to Africa and the Middle East. His travel outcome was the creation of a religious organization 'Muslim Mosque, Inc.'.

Malcolm`s beliefs underwent significant changes in his life. When he was a member of the 'Nation of Islam' X strongly contradicted the official leaders of the movement and preached the superiority of blacks, racial discrimination; later, however, he turned into Sunni and racism left, began to fight for the right of peaceful self-determination and self-defense.

Malcolm's relationship with the 'Nation of Islam', meanwhile, deteriorated to the limit and less than a year after leaving the group X was killed by trio members of the movement.

Malcolm X was born in Omaha, Nebraska. On 8 September 1931 Earl Little fell under the wheels. Malcolm himself was replaced into a series of orphanages and foster families; eventually the boy contacted the bad company and in 1946 was sent to prison.

Little held a highly productive time behind bars that is where he became acquainted with the motion of 'Nation of Islam'.

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