Black African American Muslim Men

Black African American Muslim Men

Slavery in the History of the United States is one of the most sensitive and one of the most popular topics in the history of the nation, and as one of its results being the large population of Blacks Muslims also known as Black African American Muslim Men in the Nation.

Black African American Muslim Men

Black African American Muslim Men

Back during the era of slavery, many native African Muslims from Sub Saharan African countries were taken as Slaves in the United States, and with time came liberalisation for these people and their descendants today are known as Black African American Muslim Men. Black Americans have the largest share of the ethnic minority in the United States and are almost everywhere in the country.

Brief History of Black African American Muslim Men

In historic times, there used to be high levels of discrimination against these people but as time went on, the racial discrimination against Black African American Muslim Men and Black People in general faded in the United States. Though I would not say that there is absolutely no racial tension against these people in the United States but there is obviously a great change as opposed to what it used to look like just a few decades back where things did not look so bright for you just because you were Black African American Muslim Men or Black in general.

There are a lot of Black Muslims in America today and most of them are Black African American Muslim Men and Women or immigrants from African countries or the Middle East. There have been many popular Muslim men that have lived significant lives as Americans in the country and a lot of them have been Black people.

Famous Black African American Muslim Men

Here is a list of some of the famous Black African American Muslim Men that have lived lives that are worthy of note.

  • Siraj Wahaj

Siraj Wahaj is one of a number of Black African American Muslim Men that was born in the United States as Jeffrey Kearse, he converted to Islam and is now Imam of Al-Taqwa mosque in Brooklyn, New York and he is also the leader of the Muslim Alliance in North America, (MANA).

He is a profile speaker in America and has made appearance at a number of Muslim Convention. He is known to encourage his fellow Muslims to be God-fearing.

  • Jermaine LaJuane Jackson

Popularly known as just Jermaine Jackson, he is an American singer, bassist, and composer. He is also known by his Muslim name Mohammad Aziz, though not as popularly. He is a member of the Jackson five and is an older brother of the Jacksons most famous member, American pop sensation Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson as well. He is an occasional film director and has produced and recorded duets with American Singer Whitney Houston.

  • Dave Chappelle

Chappelle was born as David Khari Webber Chappelle in Washington DC he is an American comedian, screen writer, television producer, a writer and an artist. He began his career about 19 years ago in the motion film, Robin Hood: Men in Tights and went on star in TV and cinema hits like The Nutty Professor, Con Air and Blue Streak.

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