January 29th, 2016
The word Indian used was not defined to be East Indian or so called Native/American Indian by the individual asking the question. So called Native/American Indians we know are extensions of the Moorish tribes. However a person from India already have a nationality, like chapter 45 of the Moorish Holy Koran says, “the Hindoos of India, the descendants of the ancient Canaanites, Hittites and Moabites from the land of Canaan.” If that East Indian can prove they are from the Moorish side then fine. If not we can’t immediately make them a Moabite if we know some of them come from the Canaanites and Hittites side. However the East Indians are Asiatics and they are Moslems. The same goes for Japanese, Chinese, ect. They too come from a nation as stated in chapter 45 of the Moorish Holy Koran, so we can’t erase their nationality either and make them Moors; which is someone who is a blood descendant of ancient Moabites. Erasing someones nationality and making them a Moor because they have a dark hue/pigmentation or just because our blood is in them is a crime against humanity, it’s denaturalization and shown in our Moorish Holy Koran in chapter 47:10-11 as “What your ancient forefathers were, you are today without doubt or contradiction. There is no one who is able to change man from the descendant nature of his forefathers; unless his power extends beyond the great universal Creator Allah Himself”. Chapter 46:8 in the Moorish Holy Koran says, “…and worship under their own vine and fig tree. After the principles of the holy and divine laws of their forefathers “. So everyone’s national forefathers wont be the same, but we will all be united under that one tree which is the human family, or family of nations.
Caucasian was not defined by the individual asking the question also, because many people among the masses still consider that the terms “white”, “European” and “Caucasian” ONLY belongs to the pale skin nations and pale skin descendants “of” Europe, when it doesn’t specifically belong to them. Caucasia/Caucasus is a region. The New Oxford American Dictionary, 2nd editions states:
“Caucasian – often offensive, of or relating to one of the traditional divisions of humankind, covering a broad group of peoples from Europe, Western Asia, and parts of India and North Africa. Caucasian included peoples whose skin color ranged from light (in northern Europe) to dark (in parts of North Africa and India). The term Caucasian has acquired a more restricted meaning. It is now used, especially in the U.S. as a synonym for ‘white or of European origin’ “.
So again, there are some Moors that are in North Africa, in Europe, Indians from India already have their blood lineage, Europeans or someone from the pale skin nations of Europe already have their nationality. Keep in mind also that Europe of “today” is a geographical location, NOT a skin color. If the individual is speaking about Europeans or someone from the pale skin nations of Europe when they say “Caucasian”, then no, they can’t be a Moor, but they can get naturalized to be a true American Citizen under the Republic, learn about the Moorish movement, learn about Prophet Noble Drew Ali, be a supporter or sympathizer; but their nationality will be from whichever pale skin European nation they are from. If the individual asking the question, when using the term “Caucasian” means the Asiatics and Moslems in that region then some of them can indeed be Moors, some may already have their nationality. We cannot confuse blood descent nature and the political umbrella. During the Moorish Empire, many nations was under the Moorish Empire umbrella, that is governance, political jurisdiction, but not everyone under the umbrella was a Moor. Just because someone adopts our Moorish principles does not make them Moors, it just makes them a better human being so they can recognize their own ancient principles they have forgotten or choose to ignore. That is why one of the functions of the Moorish movement is to uplift fallen humanity, it didn’t say make everyone on earth Moors. In the verbal statements of Prophet Noble Drew Ali it says:
“Bro. T. Booker-Bey, Grand Natl. Treasurer (Emeritus) said that when at a meeting where the Holy Prophet was present that he saw 10 Arabians, 5 Turks, 2 Chinese, and 1 Japanese join the Moorish Science Temple of America, and the Secretary asked the Holy Prophet Noble Drew Ali, “Prophet, these people have got their nationality, what should I put on their Nationality Card?” The Moors were the first people, and all other people that use our name were adopted in to our tribe.”
Adoption means naturalization, it means to be put under the political umbrella. So an Arab, Turk, Chinese, Japanese, ect are Asiatics, they are Moslems, but they already have a nationality. So they can get a card as being a member of the organization, become True American Citizens, but they wont be Moorish Americans, their nationality will be stated on their card. Another function of our movement is to unite Asia anyway, the Asiatics.
So like our National Grand Sheik has stated previously, our school is open to everyone to learn, whether European, meaning someone from the pale skin nations of Europe or Asiatic. That individual can become a true American Citizen according to constitutional law; as far as nationality goes, that will be the difference, because some will already have their nationality, like the Europeans or someone from the pale skin nations of Europe. Chapter 48:6-7 already warned us about amalgamating when it says:
“We, as a clean and pure nation descended from the inhabitants of Africa, do not desire to amalgamate or marry into the families of the pale skin nations of Europe. Neither serve the gods of their religion, because our forefathers are the true and divine founders of the first religious creed, for the redemption and salvation of mankind on earth. Therefore we are returning the Church and Christianity back to the European Nations, as it was prepared by their forefathers for their earthly salvation.”
The quote above is showing a few things; it shows no amalgamation, how we see the higher force is not the same and we have different national forefathers. Our Moorish movement was specifically for those who have been labeled, classified, identified or “described” as Black, Negro, Colored, Ethiopian, West Indian, Native American, Native Indian, American Indian, Amerindian, Black Indian, Latino, Mexican, Afro American, African American, First People, First Nation, Original People, Asiatics, Aboriginal, Indigenous, Paleo, Pre-Adamite, Autochthon, etc. However another job is educating ALL in the western hemisphere, teaching all Citizens within the U.S.A. and uplifting fallen humanity.