A Fathers Open Letter to a Daughter
Muhammad Speaks Newspaper
P.O Box 44261
Detroit, MI 48244
Reprinted from the April 19,1968 edition of Muhammad Speaks
A Fathers Open Letter to a Daughter in the Devil’s Own Schoolhouse
By BROTHER SIP X (Mosque No. 28)
Dear Daughter: I am very proud to know that you are doing well in school
and to know that you desire to go to summer school to further advance
yourself I regret though that Gaylord, my son, has decided that he should
go to the Navy and join up with them. However, that is his life and it is
up to him to choose whatever he wants to do with it. If he goes, I hope
that he will return home safely.Give him my best wishes and greetings.
IN YOUR LAST letter to me, you told me about the history they were
teaching you in school – Negro History.You mentioned that they were
teaching you about Malcolm X , and what he was trying to do for his
people, the Negroes. This will probably be the longest letter that you
will ever receive from me. I am writing it as an Open Letter – meaning
that I am sending it to the Newspaper (MUHAMMAD SPEAKS Newspaper ) for
publication that it may benefit some other young student who may be the
victim of being taught falsely about Negro History.
Malcolm X ; so they still call him. Malcolm first received his “X” from
the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah, when he first
became a Muslim follower of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad He preached and
taught the religion of Islam as taught to him by the Honorable Elijah
Muhammad, after Muhammad Appointed him Minister, and made him His
National Spokesman, for which he gained national and public acclaim, to
later turn against all that was taught him by Messenger Muhammad.
THE ESSENCE of the teaching of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad is that
Allah is God and besides Him there is no other, Islam is the religion
perfected by Almighty Allah, the God and Creator of the entire
universe,and the white man (caucasian) is the devil, the enemy to all
Black, Brown, Red, and Yellow people of Allah. Malcolm preached this from
the rostrums of Muhammad ‘s Mosques throughout the United States of
America, on the radio, on TV, in rented halls, churches when the preacher
would allow him to come in, and in colleges and universities.
Upon the death of the late President of the United States of America John
F. Kennedy, Messenger Muhammad advised all His Ministers not to make any
comments of the death of the President. Malcolm did not follow this
instruction, and Messenger Muhammad removed him from his post for a short
while. Malcolm could not wait it out. He could not take it sitting down.
He was afraid that he would lose his public image which he loved more
than the true religion ,or his people. Then turned hypocrite, and began
to teach against the program of the Messenger of Allah, the Honorable
Elijah Muhammad. He began to travel outside the United States, touring
the continents of Africa and Asia, trying to turn the people over there
against the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, to favor himself. He was not
successful. He attempted to make friends with the white man, the devil,
that he had so strongly taught against.
MALCOLM LITTLE, he was until he began to follow the Honorable Elijah
Muhammad,and Muhammad gave him the”X”. How can the Board of Education
rate Malcolm high enough to be put into their history books to teach to
our children, and yet not give the same rating to the one who taught him,
the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, the man who truly deserves even a higher
rating? They are only trying to keep you deceived.
Since he received his “X” from the Honorable Elijah Muhammad,why didn’t
he drop the “X” when he dropped the teaching of Muhammad ? No! He might
lose his public image. Malcolm X was famous Malcolm Little was just
little You see, he didn’t really care about Black people, nor their
freedom, nor anything else like that. He was at first in the best
position to do the best good for his people when he was with the
Honorable Elijah Muhammad.
These are just a few of the main things about the late Mr.Malcolm Little
so that you can see just how little he was. Remember that, little he was.
Now if this study is to be some material that you will be graded on, you
must learn it well and receive the best marks possible, yet know the
truth about Malcolm Little.