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“Emblem of America” featuring Moorish children

“Emblem of America” featuring Moorish children. Made in London. Published September 4th 1798 by John Fairburn

Vintage lamps made to look like Moors

Ode to Hip Hop by Twenty Two Hunnid El

Nationality Card for Moorish-American Moslems

This is the Nationality Card for members of the Moorish Science Temple of America. Membership is free all over the world. In reference to the card, Former Grand Sheik of the MST of A, Bro. R. Love-El wrote “There is no such ceremony known as “Nationalization”, and a member is not required to learn anything before he or she is entitled to receive their card. The Prophet did not require this, and it is not the practice of the Moorish Science Temple of America, and this practice should be stopped, where anyone is required to learn anything before receiving their card”.

227 TV Show – “Men’s Club” episode

Mary and Sandra dress in drag to get into Lester’s men’s club, where all the brother’s wear Fezzes. Guest star: Nipsey Russell.
To watch on Moorish Society’s youtube channel, click here

“Ebonized” Moor wearing Fez

This Moorish head was carved from wood that has been “ebonized”.
Here is a video of the process being explained by the WoodWorkers Guild of America:

Man wearing Fez at Civil War Reencactment

This photo was taken on September 19, 2009 in Zoar, Ohio, US at a Civil War Reenactment

Morocco Mole

Morocco Mole is a character in the Secret Squirrel cartoon series. Secret Squirrel serves as a secret agent, taking orders from his superior Double-Q of the International Sneaky Service. His designation is Agent 000. Secret Squirrel is assisted in his adventures by fez-wearing sidekick Morocco Mole.

Oscar Stanton De Priest

Oscar Stanton De Priest (March 9, 1871 – May 12, 1951) was an American lawmaker, who served as a U.S. Representative from Illinois from 1929 to 1935. He was the first so-called “African American” to be elected to Congress in the 20th century. De Priest was born in Florence, Alabama to former slaves. Noble Drew Ali was a supporter of Oscar Depriest and helped him get elected by Moorish-American’s during a time in America, when so-called “African-American’s” were not allowed to vote. Noble Drew Ali encouraged the Moors to cast their “free national ballot” and elect Depriest, among others.

Mecca, Indiana

Mecca is a town in Wabash Township, Parke County, Indiana, United States. The population was 335 at the 2010 census. The town was mapped in 1890 and it is unknown how this town got it’s name although there are two stories:
1.An immigration of Syrian Moslems led to a settlement among the white sands and clay banks of the Big Raccoon. The settlement became known as Little Arabia or Arabia. The Arabian Church and the Arabian Cemetery were located on top of the hill, south of the Philips or Arabian Covered Bridge.
2.”Arabians” was a name for second class citizens thought of as scoundrels and cattle thieves.
In either case the Arabians made trips to the larger town with a mill and stores that became known as pilgrimages. The name came from the expression, “There goes another caravan of Arabs on their way to Mecca!”

“The Moor” movie trailer

This is a promotional reel for a film in the planning stages named “The Moor”, produced by and starring Michael Jai White.

Benjamin Banneker’s fez

This is an article from the “Al Moroccan Star” newspaper published by Taj Tarik Bey. The article claims that this is the fez of Benjamin Banneker aka Ben Bey, on display at the George Washington National Memorial

Fez in Man’s Hat Shop advertisement

Advertisement for Man’s Hat Shop in Alburquerque, New Mexico

President Harry Truman with Fez

Billy Woods ft. Roc Marciano & Masai Bey – Body Of Work

Washington DC rapper Billy Woods releases the lead single for his forthcoming album History Will Absolve Me featuring Roc Marciano and Moorish-American rapper, Masai Bey.

Noble Drew Ali surrounded by Moors and Chicago’s top politicians

Prophet Noble Drew Ali is seated in the center with Chicago Alderman Louis B. Anderson (to his right) and Congressman Oscar DePriest, (left). The Moors were voting in America, in the 20’s, before the Civil Rights era. Prophet Noble Drew Ali made it clear that is our Constituional right to vote as United States Citizens, with a free national name. The Moors successfully campaigned for Oscar DePriest to become the 1st so-called “black” congressman, in the United States.

Prince Whipple

There are many theories about who this Moor, called Prince “Caleb Quotem” Whipple was, in this painting with George Washington. Notice how his Turban is very similar to the one wore by Noble Drew Ali.

King Kalukaua

The last king of Hawaii, wearing his Fez.

Elijah Poole-Bey aka Elijah Muhammad

Here is a great picture of Elijah Muhammad wearing a Fez. He was a member of the Moorish Science Temple before he founded the Nation of Islam and he was known as Elijah Poole-Bey. Also, notice how they use the term “Moslem”, in this article.

The Muqarrabeen Files by Sheik R Edwards El

This is a must read for anyone interested in the Moorish Science Temple Of America…
A two-volume set, totaling 900+pages, including over 100 b/w pictures.
Book size 8 1/2×11, w/coil binding. These books contain; The history
of the Moorish Movement in America; including newspaper articles,
corporate files, court documents, trademark documents, copyright,
letters, excerpts from the Moorish Guide, Moorish Institute, Moorish
American Voice and the Circle Seven National Edition.
click here

Moorish sisters playing the Moorish strategy game, El-Quirkat aka Alquerque

El-Quirkat is a game of strategy that arrays 2 armies, of 12 men each, on a gridded battlefield in a battle to the last man. It was introduced to Europe, when the Moors invaded Spain and later became known as Alquerque. It is also known as the ancestor of checkers.
There is a modern version of the game in the Itunes app store.

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