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A longtime target of federal surveillance, the movement is highly secretive.Even researchers who follow the group closely do not know how many members or mosques it has, or how much money it makes. Muslim women who do receive a degree of fanfare, such as Betty Shabazz, do so largely based on the notoriety of their husbands.The expectations and experiences of women who join a local mosque go beyond this general one-dimensional portrayal.DETROIT (Final Call.com) - Attorney Gregory Reed recently presented rare and historical Nation of Islam documents dating back to its origin in 1930 to the public. The documents are part of a larger, more extensive collection that has been preserved by the descendants of Nation of Islam pioneers, John Mohammed and wife Burnsteen Sharrieff Mohammed. Fard, extensive writings on the structure, policies governing the Nation as well as the accreditation and training of teachers at Muhammad University of Islam.In 1992, he successfully acquired the manuscript and lost chapters of Malcolm X's autobiography during an estate auction of the late Alex Haley, author of the book “Roots.” When asked about interests expressed from institutions like the Smithsonian and auction houses along with concerns the documents remain under the Mohammed family's control, Mr. Some members of the family said they were unaware of the press conference and found out only after being inundated with calls from around the country.
In 2007, during the Nation's annual Saviours' Day Convention in Detroit, the Mohammed family shared, with the public, many of the rare documents in the first of its kind “Nation of Islam Historical Exhibit.” Another historical exhibit was held this year during the 2010 Saviours' Day Convention in Chicago. He said the Nation of Islam has a significant collection that isn’t shared with nonmembers.