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ISLAM,

the Prophet laid the soul foundation for our earthly salvation, and these laws here are the basis for all Moorish American Nationals to understand their duties to their nation, their responsibilities to their race, and their mission as LEADERS for all of humanity, as the next fathers and mothers of world civilization.

THE DIVINE CONSTITUTION and BY LAWS

ACT 1. - The Grand Sheik and the chairman of the Moorish Science
Temple of America is in power to make law and enforce laws with the
assistance of the Prophet and the Grand Body of the Moorish Science
Temple of America. The assistance Grand Sheik is to assist the Grand
Sheik in all affairs if he lives according to Love, Truth, Peac,
Freedom, and Justice, and it is known before the members of the
Moorish Science Temple of America.

ACT 2. - All meetings are to be opened promptly according to the
circle seven and Love, Truth, Peace, Freedon, and Justice. Friday is
our Holy Day of rest, because on a friday the first man was formed in
flesh and on a friday the first man departed out of flesh and
ascended unto his father God Allah, for that cause Friday is the Holy
day for all Moslems all over the world.

ACT 3. - Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, and Justice must be proclaimed
and practiced by all members of the Moorish Science Temple of
America. No member is to put in danger or accuse falsely his brother
or sister on any occasion at all that may harm his brother or sister,
because Allah is Love.

ACT 4. - All members must preserve these Holy and Divine laws, and
all members must obey the laws of the government, because by being a
Moorish American you are a part and partial of the government, and
must live the life accordingly.

ACT 5. - This organization of the Moorsih Science Temple of Americais
not to cause any confusion or to overthrow the laws and constitution
of said government but to obey hereby.

ACT 6. - With us all members must proclaim their nationality and we
are teaching our people their nationality and their Divine Creed that
they may know that they are a part and a partial of this said
government, and know that they are not Negroes, Colored Folks, Black
People or Ethiopians, because these names were given to slaves by
slave holders in 1779 and lasted until 1865 during the time of
slavery, but this is a new era of time now, and all men now must
proclaim their free national name to be recognized by the government
in which they live and the nations of the earth, this is the reason
why Allah the Great god of the universe ordained Noble Drew Ali, the
Prophet to redeem his people from their sinful ways. The Moorish
Americans are the descendants of the ancient Moabites whom inhabited
the North western and South Western shores of Africa.

ACT 7. - All members must promptly attend their meetings and become a
part and partial of all uplifting acts of the Moorish Science Temple
of America. Members must pay their dues and keep in line with all
neccessities of the Moorish Science Temple of America, then you are
entitled to the name of, "Faithful." Husband, you must support your
wife and children; wife you must obey your husband and take care of
your children and look after the duties of your household. Sons and
daughters mus obey father and mother and be industrious and become a
part of the uplifting of fallen humanity. All moorish Americans must
keep their hearts and minds pure with love, and their bodies clean
with water. This Divine Covenant is from your Holy Prophet Noble Drew
Ali, thru the guidance of his Father God Allah.

THE ADDITIONAL LAWS (Constitution ammendments)

ACT 1. - Grand Sheiks and Governors and Heads of all Temples, all
businesses; each said temple must be approved of by The Prophet Noble
Drew Ali, before acting upon by any members, let it be finance,
property, or any line of life that will cause the support of any
group of members any former officer that vilate these laws is subject
to be removed from office under a heavy restriction, etc. by The
prophet or Grand Sheik.

ACT 2. - all members are to attend their adept meting and their
public meeting promptly, if a member is found standing around on
their meeting period, shall be fined .50c on the first case, and on
the second, will be fined one dollar ($1.00) which will go on your
emergency fund. if a member is working his monthly dues must be paid,
and if he has money in the bank he must subscribe for as much as he
is able, to the moorish uplifting fund, because it takes finance to
uplift a nation.

ACT 3. - it is lawful, and divine duty of every good member, if he is
able to give finance, to aid me in saving the nation and if he does
not, he is an enemy to the cause of uplifting his own people and
justice must catch you, let it be he or she according to Love, Peace,
Truth, Freedom, and Justice, as i have the power invested in my hands
and I will have to enforce the law in order to save the nation.

ACT 4. - all members while making a public speech must use any
assertion against the American Flag or speak radical against the
church or any member of any organized group, because we are to teach
Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, and Justice.

ACT 5. - all members must promptly attend their meetings and send
their children to sunday school, and the teacher must confirm himself
to the questionary, and let every member exercise his five senses who
is able to do so, because out of your sunday school comes the guiders
of the nation.

ACT 6. - With us all members must proclaim their nationality and we
are teaching our people their nationality and their Divine Creed that
they may know that they are a part and a partial of this said
government, and know that they are not Negroes, Colored Folks, Black
People or Ethiopians, because these names were given to slaves by
slave holders in 1779 and lasted until 1865 during the time of
slavery, but this is a new era of time now, and all men now must
proclaim their free national name to be recognized by the government
in which they live and the nations of the earth, this is the reason
why Allah the Great god of the universe ordained Noble Drew Ali, the
Prophet to redeem his people from their sinful ways. The Moorish
Americans are the descendants of the ancient Moabites whom inhabited
the North western and South Western shores of Africa.

ACT 7. - All members must promptly attend their meetings and become a
part and partial of all uplifting acts of the Moorish Science Temple.
Members must pay their dues and keep in line with all neccessities of
the Moorish Science Temple of America, then you are entitled to the
name of, "Faithful." Husband, you must support your wife and
children; wife you must obey your husband and take care of your
children and look after the duties of your household. Sons and
daughters mus obey father and mother and be industrious and become a
part of the uplifting of fallen humanity. All moorish Americans must
keep their hearts and minds pure with love, and their bodies clean
with water. This Divine Covenant is from your Holy Prophet Noble Drew
Ali, thru the guidance of his Father God Allah.


HOLY KORAN CHAPTER XX

HOLY INSTRUCTION AND WARNINGS FOR ALL YOUNG MEN

1. Beware, young man, beware of all the allurements of wantonness, and let not the harlot tempt thee to excess in her delights.
2. The madness of desire shall defeat its own pursuits; from the blindness of its rage, thou shalt rush upon destruction.
3. Therefore give not up thy heart to her sweet enticements, neither suffer thy soul to be enslaved by her enchanting delusions
4. The fountain of health which must supply the stream of pleasure, shall quickly be dried up, and every spring of joy shall be exhausted.
5. In the prime of thy life old age shall overtake thee; the sun shall decline in the morning of thy days.
6. But when virtue and modesty enlighten her charms, the luster of a beautiful woman is brighter than the stars of Heaven and the influence of her power it is in vain to resist.
7. The whiteness of her bosom transcendeth the lily; her smile is more delicious than a garden of roses.
8. The innocence of her eyes is like that of the turtle; simplicity and truth dwell in her heart.
9. The kisses of her mouth are sweeter than honey; the perfumes of Arabia breathe from her lips.
10. Shut not thy bosom to the tenderness of love; the purity of its flame shall ennoble thy heart, and soften it to receive the fairest impressions.

CHAPTER XXI

MARRIAGE INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAN AND WIFE FROM THE NOBLE PROPHET

1. Give ear, fair daughter of love, to the instructions of prudence and let the precepts of truth sink deep in thy heart; so shall the charms of thy mind add luster to the elegance of thy form; and thy beauty, like the rose it resembleth, shall retain its sweetness when its bloom is withered.
2. In the spring of thy youth, in the morning of thy days, when the eyes of men gaze on thee with delight, and nature whispereth in thine ear the meaning of their looks; ah, hear with caution their seducing words; guard well thy heart, nor listen to their soft persuasions.
3. Remember thou art made man's reasonable companion, not the slave of his passion; the end of thy being is not merely to gratify his loose desire; but to assist him in the toils of life, to soothe his heart with thy tenderness and recompense his care with soft en-dearments.
4. Who is she that winneth the heart of man, that subdueth him to love, and reigneth in his breast?
5. Lo! Yonder she walketh in maiden sweetness, with innocence in her mind, and modesty on her cheek.
6. Her hand seeketh employment, her foot delighteth not in gadding abroad.
7. She is clothed with neatness, she is fed with temperance; humility and meekness are as a crown of glory circling her head.
8. On her tongue dwelleth music, the sweetness of honey floweth from her lips. Decency is in all her words, in her answers are mildness and truth.
9. Submission and obedience are the lessons of her life, and peace and happiness are her reward.
10. Before her steps walketh prudence, and virtue attendeth at her right hand.
11. Her eye speaketh softness and love, but discretion with a sceptre sitteth on her brow.
12. The tongue of the licentious is dumb in her presence; the awe of her virtue keepeth him silent.
13. When scandal is busy, and the fame of her neighbors is tossed from tongue to tongue; if charity and good nature open not her mouth, the finger of silence resteth on her lip.
14. Her breast is the mansion of goodness, and therefore she suspecteth no evil of others.
15. Happy were the man that should make her his wife; happy the child that should call her mother.
16. She presideth in the house, and there is peace; she commandeth with judgment, and is obeyed.
17. She ariseth in the morning, she considers her affairs, and appointeth to every one their proper business.
18. The care of her family is her whole delight; to that alone she applieth her study; and elegance with frugality is seen in her mansion.
19. The prudence of her management is an honor to her husband, he heareth her praise with a secret delight.
20. She informeth the minds of her children with wisdom; she fashioneth their manners from the examples of her own goodness.
21. The words of her mouth is the law of their youth; the motion of her eye commandeth their obedience.
22. She speaketh, and the servants fly; she pointeth, and the thing is done; for the law of love is in their hearts, and her kindness addeth wings to their feet.
23. In prosperity she is not puffed up; in adversity she healeth the wounds of fortune with patience.
24. The troubles of her husband are alleviated by her councils and sweetened by her endearments; he putteth his heart in her bosom, and receiveth comfort.
25. Happy is the man that has made her his wife; happy the child that call her mother.

HOLY KORAN CHAPTER XXII

DUTY OF A HUSBAND

1. Take unto thyself a wife and obey the ordinance of Allah; take unto thyself a wife, and become a faithful member of society.
2. But examine with care, and fix not suddenly. On thy present choice depends thy future happiness.
3. If much of her time is destroyed in dress and adornment; if she is enamored with her own beauty, and delighted with her own praise; if she laugheth much, and talketh loud; if her foot abideth not in her father's house, and her eyes with boldness rove on the faces of men; though her beauty were as the sun in the firmament of heaven, turn thy face from her charms, turn thy feet from her paths, and suffer not thy soul to be ensnared by the allurements of imagination.
4. But when thou findest sensibility of heart, joined with softness of manners; and accomplished mind, with a form agreeable to thy fancy; take her home to thy house; she is worthy to be thy friend, thy companion in life, the wife of thy bosom.
5. O cherish her as a blessing sent to thee from Heaven. Let the kindness of thy behavior endear thee to her heart.
6. She is the mistress of thy house; treat her therefore with respect, that thy servants may obey her.
7. Oppose not her inclination without cause; she is the partner of thy cares, make her also the companion of thy pleasures.
8. Reprove her faults with gentleness, exact not her obedience with rigor.
9. Trust thy secrets in her breast; her counsels are sincere, thou shalt not be deceived.
10. Be faithful to her bed; for she is mother of thy children.
11. When pain and sickness assault her, let thy tenderness soothe her affliction; a look from thee of pity and love shall alleviate her grief, or instigate her pain and be of more avail than ten physicians.
12. Consider the tenderness of her sex, the delicacy of her frame; and be not severe to her weakness, but remember thine own imperfections.

HOLY KORAN CHAPTER XXIII

HOLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THY CHILDREN

1. Consider, thou art a parent, the importance of thy trust; the being thou hast produced, it is thy duty to support.
2. Upon thee also it dependeth whether the child of thy bosom be a blessing or a curse to thyself; an useful or a worthless member to the community.
3. Prepare him early with instruction, and season his mind with the maxims of truth.
4. Watch the bent of his inclinations, set him right in his youth and let no evil habit gain strength with his years.
5. So shall he rise like a cedar on the mountains; his head shall be seen above the trees of the forest.
6. A wicked son is a reproach to his father; but he that doth right is an honor to his grey hairs.
7. The soil is thine own, let it not want cultivation; the seed which thou soweth, that also shall thou reap.
8. Teach him obedience, and he shall bless thee; teach him modesty, and he shall not be ashamed.
9. Teach him gratitude, and he shall receive benefits; teach him charity, and he shall gain love.
10. Teach him temperance, and he shall have health; teach him prudence, and fortune shall attend him.
11. Teach him justice, and he shall be honored by the world; teach him sincerity, and his own heart shall not reproach him.
12. Teach him diligence, and his wealth shall increase; teach him benevolence, and his mind shall be exalted.
13. Teach him science, and his life shall be useful; teach him religion, and his death shall be happy.

HOLY KORAN CHAPTER XXIV

THE OBEDIENCE OF CHILDREN TOWARDS THEIR FATHER

1. From the secrets of Allah let man learn wisdom, and apply to himself the instruction they give.
2. Go to the desert, my son; observe the young stork of the wilderness; let him speak to thy heart; he beareth on his wings his aged sire; he lodgeth him in safety, and supplieth him with food.
3. The piety of a child is sweeter than the incense of Persia offering to the sun; yea, more delicious than odors wafted from a field of Arabian spices of the western gales.
4. Be grateful to thy father, for he gave thee life and to thy mother, for she sustained thee.
5. Hear the words of his mouth, for they are spoken for thy good; give ear to his admonition, for it proceedeth from love.
6. He hath watched for thy welfare, he hath toiled for thy ease; do honor therefore to his age, and let not his grey hairs be treated with irreverence.
7. Forget not thy helpless infancy, nor the forwardness of thy youth, and indulge the infirmities of thy aged parents; assist and support them in the decline of life.
8. So shall their hoary heads go down to the grave in peace; and thine own children, in reverence of thy example, shall repay thy piety with filial love.

CHAPTER XXV

A HOLY COVENANT OF THE ASIATIC NATION

1. Ye are the children of one father, provided for by his care; and the breast of one mother hath given you suck.
2. Let the bonds of affection, therefore, unite thee with thy brothers, that peace and happiness may dwell in thy father's house.
3. And when ye separate in the world, remember the relation that bindeth you to love and unity; and prefer not a stranger before thy own blood.
4. If thy brother is in adversity, assist him; if thy sister is in trouble, forsake her not.
5. So shall the fortunes of thy father contribute to the support of his whole race; and his care be continued to you all, in your love to each other.

CHAPTER XXVI

HOLY INSTRUCTIONS OF UNITY

1. The gifts of the understanding are the treasures of Allah; and He appointed to every one his portion, in what measure seemeth good unto Himself.
2. Hath He endowed thee with wisdom? Hath He enlightened thy mind with the knowledge of truth? Communicate it to the ignorant, for their instruction; communicate it to the wise, for thine own improvement.
3. True wisdom is less presuming than folly. The wise man doubteth often, and changeth his mind; the fool is obstinate, and doubteth not; he knoweth all things, but his own ignorance.
4. The pride of emptiness is an abomination; and to talk much, is the foolishness of folly; nevertheless, it is the part of wisdom to hear with patience their impertinence, and to pity their absurdity.
5. Yet be not puffed up in thine own conceit, neither boast of superior understanding; the clearest human knowledge is but blindness and folly.
6. The wise man feeleth his imperfections, and is humbled; he laboreth in vain for his own approbation but the fool peepeth in the shadow stream of his own mind, and is pleased with the pebbles which he seeth at the bottom; he bringeth them up and showeth them as pearls and with the applause of his brethren delighteth himself.
7. He boasteth of attainments in things that are of no worth; but where it is a shame to be ignorant, there he hath no understanding.
8. Even in the path of wisdom, he toileth after folly; and shame and disappointment are the reward of his labor.
9. But the wise man cultivates his mind with knowledge; the improvement of the arts is his delight, and their utility to the public crowneth with honor.
10. Nevertheless, the attainment of virtue he accounteth as the highest learning; and the science of happiness is the study of his life.

CHAPTER XXVII

THE HOLY UNITY OF THE RICH AND THE POOR

1. The man to whom Allah hath given riches, and blessed with a mind to employ them alright, is peculiarly favored and highly distinguished.
2. He looketh on his wealth with pleasure, because it affordeth him the means to do good.
3. He protecteth the poor that are injured; he suffereth not the mighty to oppress the weak.
4. He seeketh out objects of compassion; he inquireth into their wants; he relieveth them with judgments and without ostentation.
5. He assisteth and rewardeth merit; he encourage ingenuity and liberally promoteth every useful design.
6. He carieth his own great works; his country is enriched, and the labor is employed; he formeth new schemes, and the arts receive improvement.
7. He considers the superfluities of his table, as belonging to the poor of his neighborhood; and he defraudeth them not.
8. The benevolence of his mind is not checked by his fortune; he rejoiceth therefore in riches, and his joy is blameless.
9. But woe. unto him that heapeth up wealth in abundance, and rejoiceth alone in the possession thereof; that grindeth the face of the poor, and considereth not the sweat of their brows!
10. He driveth on oppression, without feeling; the ruin of his brother disturbeth him not.
11. The tears of the orphan he drinketh as milk; the cries of the widow are music to his ears.
12. His heart hardened with the love of wealth; no grief or distress can make impression upon it.
13. But the curse of iniquity pursueth him; he liveth in continual fear; the anxiety of his mind and the rapacious desires of his own soul take vengeance upon him for the calamities he has brought upon others.
14. Oh! What are the miseries of poverty in comparison with the gnawings of this man's heart!
15. Let the poor man comfort himself, yes, rejoice; for he hath many reasons.
16. He sitteth down to his morsel in peace; his table is not crowded with flatterers and devourers.
17. He is not embarrassed with a train of dependents, nor teased with the clamors of solicitations.
18. Debarred from the dainties of the rich, he escapeth also their diseases.
19. The bread that he eateth is not so sweet to his taste? The water he drinketh is not so pleasant to his thirst? Yea, far more delicious water than the richest draughts of the luxurious.
20. His labor preserveth his health, and procureth him a repose, to which the downy bed of sloth is a stranger.
21. He limiteth his desires with humility, and the calm of contentment is sweeter to his soul than all the acquirements of wealth and grandeur.
22. Let not the rich, therefore, presume on his riches; nor the poor in his poverty yield to despondence; for the providence of Allah dispenseth happiness to them both.

CHAPTER XXVIII

HOLY INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE PROPHET
MASTER AND SERVANT

1. Repine not, 0 man, at the state of servitude; it is the ap-pointment of Allah, and hath many advantages; it removeth thee from cares and solicitudes in life.
2. The honor of a servant is his fidelity; his highest virtues are submission and obedience.
3. Be patient, therefore, under the reproofs of thy master; and when he rebuketh thee, answer not again. The silence of thy resigna-tion shall not be forgotten.
4. Be studious of his interests, be diligent in his affairs, and faithful to the trust which he reposeth in thee.
5. Thy time and thy labor belong unto him. Defraud him not thereof, for he payeth thee for them.
6. And thou who art a master, be just to thy servant if thou expecteth from him fidelity; and reasonable in thy commands if thou expecteth ready obedience.
7. The spirit of a man is in him; severity and rigour may create fear, but can never command love.
8. Mix kindness with reproof, and reason with authority; so shall thy admonitions take place in his heart, and his duty shall be-come his pleasure.
9. He shall serve thee faithfully from the motive of gratitude; he shall obey thee cheerfully from the principle of love; and fail thou not, in return, to give his diligence and fidelity their proper reward.

CHAPTER XXIX

MAGISTRATE AND SUBJECT

1. 0 thou, the favorite of Heaven, whom the sons of men, thy equals, have agreed to raise to sovereign power and set as a ruler over themselves; consider the ends and importance of their trust, fax more than the dignity and height of thy station.
2. Thou art clothed in purple, and seated on a throne; the crown of majesty investeth thy temples, the sceptre of power is placed in thy hand; but not for thyself were these ensigns given; not meant for thine own, but the good of thy kingdom.
3. The glory of a king is the welfare of his people; his power and dominion rest on the hearts of his subjects.
4. The mind of a great prince is exalted with the grandeur of his situation; he evolveth high things, and searcheth for business worthy of his power.
5. He calleth together the wise men of his kingdom; he consulteth among them with freedom, and heareth the opinions of them all.
6. He looketh among his people with discernment; he discovereth the abilities of men, and employeth them according to their merits.
7. His magistrates are just, his ministers are wise, and the favorite of his bosom deceiveth him not.
8. He smileth on the arts, and they flourish; the sciences improve beneath the culture of his hand.
9. With the learned and ingenious he delighteth himself; he kindleth in their breasts emulation; and the glory of his kingdom is exalted by their labors.
10. The spirit of the merchant who extendeth his commerce, the skill of the farmer who enricheth his lands, the ingenuity of the artists, the improvements of the scholar; all these he honoreth with his favor, or rewardeth with his bounty.
11. He planteth new colonies, he buildeth strong ships, he openeth rivers for convenience, he formeth harbors for safety, his people abound in riches, and the strength of his kingdom increaseth.
12. He frameth his statutes with equity and wisdom; his subjects enjoy the fruits of their labor in security; and their happiness consists of the observance of the law.
13. He foundeth his judgments on the principle of mercy; but in the punishment of offenders, he is strict and impartial.
14. His ears are open to the complaints of his subjects; he restraineth the hands of their oppressors, and he delivereth them from their tyranny.
15. His people, therefore, look up to him as a father, with reverence and love; they consider him as the guardian of all they enjoy.
16. Their affection unto him begetteth in his breast a love of the public; the security of their happiness is the object of his care.
17. No murmurs against him arise in their hearts; the machinations of his enemies endanger not the state.
18. His subjects are faithful, and firm in his cause; they stand in his defense, as a wall of brass; the army of a tyrant flieth before them, as chaff before the wind.
19. Security and peace bless the dwelling of his people; and glory and strength encircle his throne forever.

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