The Imprisonment of Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin examines the history of this controversial figure – from his days as a young firebrand during the 1960s, to the transformative work on himself and the communities he served in later years as a Muslim cleric. Through such voices as Karima Al-Amin, Esq.; Dr. Harry Edwards (principle founder of the 1968 Olympic Project for Human Rights); well-known and accomplished academic, Dr. Cornel West; respected Muslim cleric, Imam Khalid Griggs, and others, we get a glimpse into the man who came to symbolize one of the most turbulent decades in American history, and the power of faith-based revolutionary transformation.
Through the pages of this book we also get a glimpse into the years of unwarranted surveillance of Imam Al-Amin’s lawful activities, leading up to the tragedy of March 16, 2002 – a still controversial tragedy that resulted in the death of one sheriff’s deputy and the serious injury of another – as we seek to explore the provocative question: Is the imprisonment of Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin the result of a never-ending government conspiracy?
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