“The most glorious death is the death of the martyr,” says Imam Musa’s Myspace page. And also:
His methodology draws heavily on the writings of Malcolm X, Maulana Mawdudi, Hasan al-Banna, Sayyid Qutb, Kalim Siddiqui, and Imam Khomeini. New members of the group are encouraged to individually familiarize themselves with the works of these political Islamic thinkers in addition to daily classes and lectures on classical Islamic studies, Arabic, hadith and Qur’an. Special emphasis is placed on personal development and growth based on the Qur’an and Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), as well as incorporating tightly knit family units within the overall community structure. The movement has spread across the US and is extremely popular among college students and African-American youth. Imam Musa has been regularly invited to speak at college campuses and Islamic events around the world. Critics have suggested that he promotes anti-Semitism in his speeches, which he claims are directed at Zionist supporters of Israel and not at Jewish people in general. During a rally in July 1999 Imam Musa displayed a cashier’s check made out to “Hamas, Palestine,” to protest the 1996 U.S. law which declared Hamas a terrorist organization.
Mawdudi, al-Banna, Qutb, and Khomeini all taught, as has been documented here many times, that Muslims must wage war against unbelievers in order to establish over them the hegemony of Islamic law and subjugate them as dhimmis.
You can hear this man preach about how blacks should forsake nationalism and embrace Islam at the Myspace page.
Thanks to Dr. Rusty Shackleford, who has more audio.