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  1. Malcolm X - Wikipedia

    WebMalcolm X (born Malcolm Little, later el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz; May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965) was an American Muslim minister and human rights activist who was a prominent figure during the civil rights movement.

  2. Malcolm X in Mecca and His Conversion to True Islam - ThoughtCo

    WebJan 17, 2021 · Updated on January 17, 2021 On April 13, 1964, Malcolm X left the United States on a personal and spiritual journey through the Middle East and West Africa. By the time he returned on May 21, he’d visited Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Ghana, Morocco, and Algeria.

  3. Malcolm X’ Finally Screens in Saudi Arabia 30 Years After ... - MSN

    WebDec 4, 2022 · ‘Malcolm X’ Finally Screens in Saudi Arabia 30 Years After Historic Filming in Mecca Alex Ritman 12/4/2022 Like 1 Comment | 8 © Provided by The Hollywood Reporter Malcolm X may have...

  4. Spike Lee Brings ‘Malcolm X’ Back To Saudi Arabia; Talks Colin ...

    WebDec 4, 2022 · December 4, 2022 4:09am Spike Lee Ming Yeung/Getty Images/Red Sea Spike Lee is at Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea International Film Festival in the port city of Jeddah this weekend to present a...

  5. Malcolm X: Children, Assassination & Quotes - HISTORY

    WebOct 29, 2009 · A few months later, he traveled to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, where he underwent a spiritual transformation: "The true brotherhood I had seen had influenced me to recognize that anger can blind human ...

  6. Malcolm X | Biography, Nation of Islam, Assassination, & Facts

    WebMay 15, 2023 · May 19, 1925 Omaha Nebraska Died: February 21, 1965 (aged 39) New York City New York Founder: “Muhammad Speaks” Notable Family Members: spouse Betty Shabazz Role In: black nationalism See all related content → What role did Malcolm X play in the emergence of the Black Power movement? What was Malcolm X’s early life like?


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  7. Malcolm X’ Finally Screens in Saudi Arabia 30 Years After ... - IMDb

    Web04 December 2022. by Alex Ritman. The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News. Click here to read the full article. Malcolm X may have famously been the first non-documentary to shoot in Saudi Arabia’s holy city of Mecca, but it’s taken 30 years for the film to actually screen publicly in the country.

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    WebJan 30, 2023 · Once Malcolm X landed in Saudia Arabi to embark on his pilgrimage, he was in fact detained by the government at the airport. Saudi officials needed to further validate his religion and said he would need to earn the approval from the Muslim high court known as Mahgama Sharia to gain access to Mecca (again, this is in spite of his signed ...

  9. Malcolm X: Biography, Civil Rights Activist, Nation of Islam

    WebMay 19, 2023 · Civil rights leader Malcolm X was prominent in the Nation of Islam. Learn about his real name, children, assassination in 1965, autobiography, and more.

  10. Timeline of Malcolm X's Life | American Experience | PBS

    WebApril: Malcolm delivers his famous election year "Ballot or the Bullet" speech, then leaves for a five-week tour of Egypt, Lebanon, Liberia, Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana, and Saudi Arabia, where he ...