Lost-Found Nation of Islam Holds Black Holocaust Remembrance Day

By Zaqqiyah Haamidah

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Middle Passage slave ship diagram

The Lost-Found Nation of Islam  commemorates Black Holocaust Remembrance Day  in April.

Black Holocaust Remembrance Day, whose official date is April 1st of each year, was first commemorated by Minister Najee Muhammad of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam in Washington, D.C., to remember the first Black men and women transported to the Americas on April 1, 1555.

Why is this important?

Well, it’s because untold millions of Black people were kidnapped and transported to the Americas from Africa for the purpose of enslavement, and who many times died during the brutal Middle Passage from disease or going overboard.

It is crucial that Black, “African American”, Afrodescendant peoples remember what happened to the ancestors during plantation slavery and the Middle Passage in this day when white public opinion says “Forget” and “Let bygones be bygones”, knowing that there is an unsettled reparations for slavery debt owed.

But you can get a better understanding of Black Holocaust Remembrance Day AND what you must do today to save the Black Family here.

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PRESS RELEASE-Open Letter to President Barack Obama



Contact: Zaqqiyah Haamidah
Email: info@LFNOIHouston.org

Lost-Found Nation of Islam Chief Executive Officer’s  Open Letter to the U.S. President, Congress, Joint Chief of Staff, and the Pope of Rome Drawing Support For Reparations For Slavery

 Need for Reparations for Slavery Urgent Due to Imminent Doom of America

HOUSTON (March 23, 2014) — Hundreds of people have signed Reparations Petitions (digitally and on paper) preceding an Open Letter to the U.S. President Obama, Congress, the Joint Chief of Staff, and the Pope of Rome urging America to honor its reparations obligations to Afrodescendants.

“We, the undersigned, urgently request sea-going and air-going ships or vessels and freeway, highway, bridge, and road-building materials and equipment,” said Mr. Silis Muhammad, Chief Executive Officer of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam, in the letter.

Mr. Muhammad released the letter on February 23, 2014 in Atlanta during his address at the Lost-Found Nation of Islam’s Saviors Day Celebration, themed “The Blueprint”. Click here to read Mr. Muhammad’s open letter to President Obama and others. Sign the Reparations Petition here.ethnogenesis-reparationsx


“We are asking for equipment to cultivate land. We need materials and machinery with which to make clothing, shoes, and furniture and we need materials and equipment for putting in infrastructure,” the letter reads. Read the full letter to President Obama and others. Sign the Reparations Petition here.

“We want housing, apartments, and multi-story building materials and equipment. In addition, we ask for the cost of a one-way ticket to whatever islands that would accept us as full citizens. Whether the Government of America will or will not give this, we not less than 144,000 of us, are determined to leave America and live amongst our own kind.”

The Lost-Found Nation of Islam currently spearheads a growing number of initiatives to advance Afrodescendant ethnogenesis, human rights, and self-determination. The full letter can be found here. The reparations petition can be signed online here. Printed petitions can be signed at any Lost-Found Nation of Islam mosque here.


 The Lost-Found Nation of Islam is a nonprofit organization that works to claim 100% freedom, justice, and equality for Black, “African American”, Afrodescendant peoples throughout the Americas. The Lost-Found Nation of Islam/Afrodescendant Nation is a non-territorially based sovereign government of, by, and for Afrodescendants constituted on May 26, 2011. To learn more, contact us at: www.LFNOIHouston.org  or call  (832) 331-7863  .

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Blacks, “African Americans”, Afrodescendants Take the Next Step Toward Eliminating Civil Death and the Willie Lynch Syndrome

On December 16, 2012, the Lost-Found Nation of Islam (LFNOI) held the First National Election for President of the Afrodescendant Nation in mosques across the U.S. recognizing and restoring the Afrodescendant (slave descendants of the Transatlantic Slavery) human right to civil life.

The Honorable Silis Muhammad, Chief Executive Officer of the LFNOI, previously identified that so-called African American people had been living in a state of civil death, as a result of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. In his description, he stated:

CIVIL DEATH means you are in existence, but you are not known politically in the State in which you reside. As you have no identity in the world: you are rendered a stateless people. Civil death is an international/United Nations term; it can be interpreted to mean that you do not exist as a human being. You have no collective human rights, except those rights that are given or granted you.

Civil death has origins in a psychological condition that Mr. Muhammad previously referred to as the Willie Lynch Syndrome, whereby the natural will of Black people was broken during the slave making process perpetrated by whites.



The Willie Lynch Syndrome is characterized by a Black man or woman being made a docile, subservient individual lacking the ability to collectively build a shared life with others of his or her kind–versus surrendering to the way of life of the slave master and the slave master’s children.

This Syndrome continues to plague the Black Family of Afrodescendants worldwide today.

If you are Black, “African American”, Afrodescendant, you are urged to learn more about civil death, the Willie Lynch Syndrome, and the lingering effects of plantation slavery (racism). Being able to know what it looks like in the social, psychological and economic context allows you to begin eliminating the impacts.

Accurate identification is the first step toward halting the effects of the Willie Lynch Syndrome on your quality of life if you are among the 250 million Afrodescendants living throughout the U.S, Caribbean and/or Latin America.

The First Presidential Election of the government of the Afrodescendant Nation marks the official next step in the conversion of civil death to civil life for Afrodescendants.

As an Afrodescendant, you must first recognize that you have lived in a state of civil death brought on by the mental, physical and spiritual sickness caused by the Willie Lynch Syndrome in order to accelerate the collective advancement of our people.

Zaqqiyah Haamidah helps Blacks, “African-Americans”, Afrodescendants  recognize their need for human rights, cultural restoration and reparations for slavery. Zaqqiyah is a member of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam. You can continue eliminating civil death and the Willie Lynch Syndrome yourself when you download a no cost video which describes what to do to save the Black Family here.


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