His first name in Arabic means “light,” which sort of explains how student Minister Nuri Muhammad or “Brother Nuri” as he is called, could illuminate Mosque No. 35 in Wilmington, Delaware with the Teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad on April 5.
During his address entitled, “Message to the Black Family,” Brother Nuri, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s Indiana representative at Mosque No. 74, expressed vibrantly, clearly, studiously and at times with humor, as much as he could share of what Minister Farrakhan taught him.
He highlighted the importance of strong marriages and how they lead to strong families, a strong community, a strong nation and ultimately a strong world. He also advocated for youth leadership and involvement in mosque, society, nation-building and world affairs.