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Silis Muhammad is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam.

Mr. Muhammad nurtures spiritual life within the Afrodescendant people worldwide using a Divine understanding of the teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad (peace be upon him), knowledge of civil death, his expertise in international law (human rights and reparations), and an undying love for Afrodescendant people.

Mr. Muhammad first joined the Nation of Islam in Los Angeles after hearing a Minister of the Messenger teach, where something indescribable rested well with his soul upon listening at that time.

 Mr. Muhammad was very much active in the L.A. Temple from 1962 forward, although he did not have an official position until 1964. He had a cordial relationship with the Minister of the Mosque, and his relationship was even friendlier with the Captain of the Mosque.  During that friendship, Mr. Muhammad developed a gratitude for the masculine qualities that the Captain displayed, and for the image that he projected for a young man like himself.

In 1964, Mr. Muhammad was raised to the position of Captain of the west coast during the First Resurrection of the Nation of Islam. over Muhammad Speaks, by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. That position and function took him all across the west coast into every Temple.

During that time, Mr. Muhammad married his wife Harriett, who is an exdaughter-in-law of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad.

After the physical death of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, Mr. Muhammad resurrected the Lost-Found Nation of Islam in 1977.  As a result, Founder’s Day is recognized on August 21st of each year.

As CEO of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam and All for Reparations & Emancipation (AFRE), Mr. Muhammad works day and night to give Afrodescendants the knowledge and resources required to gain 100% freedom, justice, and equality, recognition and restoration of their human rights…and to bring about self-determination.

Mr. Muhammad has spent more than 30+ years teaching Afrodescendants (so-called African-Americans) the basis of their problem, civil death, and its solution.

Mr. Muhammad has authored a growing library, filled with wisdom, on civil death and human rights of Afrodescendants to add to the highly-valued knowledge left by the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad.

If you want to always know what the Honorable Silis Muhammad is doing to-date, request a no-cost Founder’s Day Gift, a ‘Quick Reference Guide To the Honorable Silis Muhammad’, containing informational links from all over the web…send us an email!

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