Introduction to the Origins of Pseudo-Islaamic Black Cults in America


The Origins of Pseudo-Islaamic Black Cults in America


Verily all praise is due to Allaah, Who we praise, we seek assistance and forgiveness from. We seek refuge with Allaah from the evil of our own souls and from the mischief of our own actions. Whomever Allah has guided no one can lead him astray, and whomever Allaah has allowed to be led astray; none can guide him. I bear witness that no deity has the right to be worshipped in truth except Allaah, Alone and without any partners, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and final Messenger.

For some years now I have been planning to put together a concise and comprehensive in depth serial examining the origins of pseudo-Islaamic black cults in America but lacked a lot of the resources and time to do so. All praise is due to Allaah who has allowed us to begin the completion of this task.

Our focus will be on the following groups in order:

1. The Qadiyyanees (Ahmadee Movement in Islaam)
2. The Nation of Islaam (Elijah Muhammad’s Group)
3. The Five Percenters
4. The American Muslim Mission – albeit to a lesser extent.

It is our goal and objective to present this information by outlining the main tenets of faith that nullify ones Islaam and expel one from its fold. Often a principle will be established consisting of a foundational matter (Usool ud-Deen) with its proofs provided then followed by texts proving that the leaders of the aforementioned groups diverge from those foundational matters with a clear departure.

It is not our intent to examine every single individual matter exemplifying the aforementioned groups departures as that would take years of research due to their (the groups) copious departures and their bottomless expansive extensions and explanations. Also this serial may briefly discuss other groups that are connected to the three mentioned above.

The bulk of this work is taken from three primary sources:

1. Things that Nullify One’s Islaam – by Shaykhul-Islaam Muhammad ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab explained by the Scholar Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan and translated by Moosaa at-Taweel
2. Quadianis are not Muslims – by Darul-Hadyan Publishers & Distributors, slightly adapted.
3. The Abridged Tafseer Ibn Katheer (English) – by Dar-us-Salaam Publishers

I ask Allaah to guide the followers of the above groups to the Sunnah and I ask Allaah to make this deed solely seeking His Face.

The one in need of Allaah, Aboo Muaadh al-Kanadi
Saturday, February 10, 2007

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Part 1: The Qadiyyanees

The Qadiyyanees are the followers of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadiyyan; they are divided into two groups, both of whom are called “Ahmadis.” The first group which is generally known as the Qadiyyanee Group (or Ahmadiyyah Movement in Islaam) believe that Ghulam Ahmad was the promised Mahdi, the promised Messiah, and a Prophet. The Lahori group believe that he (Ghulam Ahmad) was a revivalist (Mujaddid), the promised Mahdi and the promised Messiah.[1] Both groups were declared disbelievers, outside the fold of Islaam by the Pakistan Supreme Court in 1974 and by a meeting a major Scholars in Makkah, Saudi Arabia in 1974 where they were declared disbelievers with a unanimous consensus.


The Qadiyyanees are a spurious and pustule contagion which seek to infect the entire Muslim world with their innovated and heretical beliefs and seek to put themselves forward to the non-Muslim world as the “true Muslims” who are moderate peace loving people that have been wrongfully persecuted by the Muslim communities and governments en masse. This group is the mother group that gave birth to the pseudo-Islaamic black cults and many of these present day cults still rely on the Qadiyyanee works, especially their own version and interpretation of the Noble Quraan which is still used by the Nation of Islaam, Five Percenters and American Muslim Mission. It is their original false interpretations that spawned Moorish American Science Temple (The Ignoble Drew Ali’s Group); the Nation of Islam’s Elijah Poole and Wallace Ford; the Five Percenters Clarence 13 X, and even influenced the beliefs of W.D. Muhammad of the American Muslim Mision.


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