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Student Minister Dr. Wesley Muhammad sits on the Executive Council, the governing body of the Nation of Islam under the direction and guidance of the Honorable Minister Farrakhan's Research Team. 

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Dr. Muhammad holds a Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies from Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA; a Master’s degree

and a Doctorate degree in Islamic Studies from the University

of Michigan, Ann arbor. He has taught at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, the University of Toledo, and most recently at the San Francisco State University where he taught a thought-provoking course on Malcolm X in the Context of Black Nationalism. Dr. Muhammad is published in several peer reviewed scholarly journals and has also written for The Final Call Newspaper, the Nation of Islam’s flagship periodical. Dr. Muhammad is the author of several books, including Understanding The Assault on The Black Man Volumes I and II and The Book of God: An Encyclopedia of Proof that the Black Man is God. He has appeared on Revolt Television’s Hip Hop platform The Breakfast Club with hosts Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy, as well as on VladTV with DJ Vlad. In 2015 Dr. Muhammad presented with Roc Nation artist Jay Electronica at Oxford University. Most recently, Dr. Muhammad is prominently featured in filmmaker Tariq Nasheed’s new “Hidden Colors” documentary,

Buck Breaking (2021).

Dr. Muhammad's latest work is The REAL Judas Factor: Unraveling The Mystery of the Murder of Malcolm X.

You May support Dr. Wesley’s research at

CashApp: $drwesley

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"Muslim gunmen pulled the trigger, but the available record, including government documents, strongly suggests that Malcolm X was the victim of a government - inspired political assassination."

 - William W. Sales, Jr. From Civil Rights To Black Liberation:

   Malcolm X and the Organization of Afro-American Unity 

  (Boston: South End Press, 1994)

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