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Background Information

Employment History

President

Cuba

Affiliations

Member
The MSTA

Founder
Moorish Science Temple

Founder
Holy Moabite Temple

Web References (39 Total References)


Noble Drew Ali | Seven Seals Publications | African American Facts

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Drew Ali is pictured here holding the Flags of Morocco and United States. Normally whenever Drew Ali displayed either flag they were hung in the science of national distress or weakness (upside down or backward). Here, although Drew Ali's posture is an upright sitting position, notice His legs are crossed left-over-right; symbolizing both countries are in adversity. This picture was taken during the 1928 Pan American Conference, hosted by Havana, Cuba. The "Panama" was placed upon Ali's head by the President of Cuba. When Noble Drew Ali arrived and registered in Havana He autographed His High Name of "El Hajj Sharif Abdul Ali" given to Him by Sultan Abdul Aziz Ibu of the Saudi Family upon completing the Pilgrimage in the Holy City of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. That event occurred during 1912 shortly after receiving the Kemetian Adept Degree of "Prophet" from the Noblest Authorities of the Ancient Egyptian Order. It was there He was bestowed the name of 'Faithful' (Moslem) in order to be accepted into the Holy City of Mecca.

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Ten years later, by the time Ali returned as a Holy Prophet, He was too Angelic and All-Knowing to cut down to masonry. No Angel can be made into a Mason. But by diluting Drew Ali's image into the nationless Negro Lodges, His Western haters would appear to be successful distorting the sacredness of His Prophethood in the minds of His people. Albeit Prophets are the Will of The Great God and therefore cannot be confined by the mere oaths of carnal man. Truth is told "If you are honest, oaths are unnecessary. Of course the insertion of these Grand Lodge 'Principles of segregation' began after Drew Ali departed out of flesh, (July 20, 1929). The clandestine infiltration of the western Masonic orders would create massive confusion and self-hatred within the ranks of the Moors. As members, His flock would be scattered, Temples disunited and National Constitution of His government would be overthrown for nearly a century after The Prophet left His body. Because of the influence of Western Freemasonry, Noble Drew Ali's message to the world has often been confined away from the public by the strictest of secrecy. Under a disguise of religious memberships and civic duties the now masonic-based Moorish Science Temples of America (MSTA) Organizations would claim feign ownership of all Moorish Americans. In reality Drew Ali had foundated the MSTA under the 1st Amendment of the USA as a teaching institution to reach his supreme duty of a Prophet, which is TO SAVE NATIONS FROM THE WRATH OF ALLAH.
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The next year Drew Ali left the body saying, "I can better fight the rest of this battle on the soul plane where Satan cannot hide". Within the following twelve years the Stock Market had Crashed, Illuminati's "Black Pope" and Federal Reserve Bank had taken over the fake sovereignty of the Corporate UNITED STATES and an economical drought called "The Great Depression" would break the economical stability of every Citizen except for the heads of ten families. As if it was not enough to soften her hardened heart, the USA would be functioning under perpetual Maritime Law that would go into effect within four years (1933). Worst yet, who heard Drew Ali's prophecy, "The UNITED STATES has but one more war to win. And to this day, after 50+ years in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq, the USA has not won another war since World War II. One of Ali's last warnings was: "If you do not believe I am a Prophet, watch my prophesies" (See THE PROPHESIES AND HADITHS OF NOBLE DREW ALIwww.sevensealspublications.com ). Surely with this unprecedented Bio who can deny Drew Ali is indeed Allah's Last and greatest Prophet? Amen.


There Drew Ali established ...

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There Drew Ali established the Holy Moabite Temple of Science of the World.

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Drew Ali raised his right hand and light filled the room. Noble Drew Ali asked the President to teach his people, and they asked him, "Are you talking about the 'Negroes'?
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Ali answered, "I have been appointed in due time by Allah the Great God of the Universe."
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Drew Ali said, "YOU HAVE IT HIDDEN IN YOUR VAULT!
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Ali stated, "You know it is much older than these!
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Now Prophet Drew Ali recognized that a beggar nation could not reach its highest spirituality, so Drew Ali began to stress economic development and social oneness (creating a Moorish Society). He stated this was in connection with our religious aims and beliefs.
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As Drew Ali stated, "In a profound sense the problems of life are moral and spiritual.


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NOTES FROM DREW ALI AND THE MOORISH SCIENCE TEMPLE OF AMERICA BY SCOTT J.V ARDA

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Analyzing the rhetoric of Drew Ali and the Moorish Science Temple of America, I suggest these discourses rhetorically transformed black Americans' identity to a people resignified as a unique racial and religious community-Moorish Americans. My analysis extends the concept of "minor rhetoric" by illustrating how resistant identities can be constituted. The analysis posits Ali's discourse against the basis of his doctrine as a minor rhetoric of black nationalism capable of stuttering the language of the larger white culture as well as other protest rhetoric.
Given the multitude of intellectual thought Ali borrowed, detailing every annexation would prove both unwieldy and redundant. However, analysis of a few key concepts Ali borrowed from Booker T. Washington, black Christian Churches, and Marcus Garvey can better our understanding of both the MSTA and the rhetorical process by which Drew Ali carved a new identity for Moorish Americans For Washington, the most important route to political and civil equality was the demonstration by black America of its adherence to the "code of conduct established for blacks. However, analysis of a few key concepts Ali borrowed from Booker T. Washington, black Christian Churches, and Marcus Garvey can better our understanding of both the MSTA and the rhetorical process by which Drew Ali carved a new identity for Moorish Americans For Washington, the most important route to political and civil equality was the demonstration by black America of its adherence to the "code of conduct established for blacks.
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Drawing at least in part upon the success of the Black Shriners (Prince HallShriners), Ali encouraged his male members to wear fezzes and sportbeards, which demarcated members from other black Americans.
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For Ali, it illustrated how black America might fool white America in to offering black America the treatment it deserved. In short,this account validated for Ali that the key to receiving proper treatment as a black American was to not be perceived as a black American. Moreover, Ali's framing of Moorish identity as a version of "passing"worked the dictates of the major culture against itself by positing Moorish Americans as outside of American blackness. As Washington's anecdote of the Moroccan national made clear to Ali, positing Moorish Americans outside of white America's understanding of American blackness troubled the major language's hostility toward black Americans.
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In so doing, Ali slowed the language of racism by constituting Moorish Americans as outside the purview of the ideological structures under pinning white racism. In short, to confound the language of racism against blackness, Ali constituted Moorish Americans as outside of what white America understood as blackness Another significant aspect of the MSTA's rhetorical practices were traditions and customs borrowed from black Christian churches. Black churches performed numerous and vital "functions of governance" at least since the first independent black churches appeared in the United States near the end of the eighteenth century. Given his audiences' knowledge and acculturation within these institutions, Ali deftly incorporated many of the trapping associated with the black Christian church. First, Drew Ali fused a number of different religious and cultural practices into MSTA worship services, allowing the audience to experience this pastiche as familiar,yet novel. Ali resignified the traditions of black Christian churches as part and parcel of a new racial/religious formation.
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Juxtaposing his preachings against mainstream Christianity, Ali was able to articulate Islam as a faith resistant to white supremacy. Presumably, are discovery of Moorish identity and a renunciation of Christianity would end black bondage. Ali did not merely borrow ideas from the black Christian churches; he adopted their practices while condemning their capitulation to the dominant vision of race. For Ali, Islam was the true religion of black Americans whereas Christianity shackled adherents to the legacy of slavery.
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Likewise, Ali insisted that MSTA members maintain loyalty to the United States, an admonishment quite distinct from other black nationalist rhetoric's.
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These other groups, Ali argued, were of the more vulgar class of unenlightened Negroes who, through their practices, including their refusal to adopt a Moorish American identity, were "try[ing] to force [themselves] upon a civilized world.
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As this analysis demonstrates, Drew Ali offered black American identity that rhetorically traversed this paradox by forwarding a view of black America as both deserving of American citizenship and also privileged by their status as Asiatic Moors possessing a divine heritage. Holding these twin poles in productive tension, Ali constructed a space between assimilation and separation. For Ali, Moorish identity opposed the oppression of the major culture as well as responded to other similarly positioned groups. Reconfiguring the major culture's construction of black Americans as too barbaric for American citizenship, Ali posited those who enacted Moorish American identity as both deserving of American citizenship and necessary to the survival of America.
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Despite Ali's rather brief leadership of the MSTA, he initiated a rhetorical stream that both permeated black culture and continues to flow to this day. After his untimely death in 1929, Ali's MSTA was faced with a leadership crisis, harassment from authorities, and numerous competing organizations claiming Ali's legacy. 113


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NOTES FROM DREW ALI AND THE MOORISH SCIENCE TEMPLE OF AMERICA BY SCOTT J.V ARDA

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NOTES FROM DREW ALI AND THE MOORISH SCIENCE TEMPLE OF AMERICA BY SCOTT J.V ARDA


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Nobel Drew Ali started the Moorish Science temple of America.

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Nobel Drew Ali started the Moorish Science temple of America.

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