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Khalid Abdul Muhammad
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    (January 12, 1948-February 17, 2001)
    Born in Houston, Texas
    Birth name was Harold Moore, Jr.
    Member of the Nation of Islam (1970-94)
    Named National Spokesman (1981)
    Named national advisor to Louis Farrakhan (1991)
    National Chair of the New Black Panther Party (1998-2001)
    Guest rapper on the Ice Cube albums 'Death Certificate' (1991) and 'Lethal Injection' (1993)
    He was convicted of mortgage fraud and sentenced to nine months in prison (1987).
    He called the pope 'a no good cracker.'
    He said any whites who did not leave South Africa within 24 hours of Nelson Mandela's election should be massacred: 'We kill the women, we kill the children, we kill the babies. We kill the blind, we kill the crippled, we kill them all.'
    He said Long Island Railroad shooter Colin Ferguson was doing God's will by killing 'every goddamn cracker that he saw.'
    He was a Holocaust denier.
    He said, 'Whatever the Jew is, goddamn it, I'm against him. I pray for my enemy all the time. I pray that God will kill my enemy and take him off the face of the planet Earth.'
    He said, 'There is a little bit of Hitler in all white people.'
    Farrakhan dismissed him from his posts in the Nation of Islam after calling one of his speeches 'vile in manner, repugnant, malicious, mean-spirited and spoken in mockery of individuals and people, which is against the spirit of Islam.' (1994)
    He demonstrated that even Farrakhan has his limits.
    He was shot by James Bess, another ex-Nation of Islam member (May 29, 1994).
    He tried to organize a series of 'Million Youth Marches,' with the first one attracting 6,000 people (1998). And the follow up drawing 2,000 people (1999). And the last one attended by 100 people (2000).
    Public Enemy sampled him in their song 'Night of the Living Baseheads.'

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