New York City, New York, United States, North and Central America
Egypt, North Africa, Africa
Algeria, Central Africa, Africa
Libya, North Africa, Africa
August - September 1956
The August-September 1956 issue of Moslem World & The U.S.A. publication. The cover of the magazine features two photographs on the bottom half of the page, one on the left a portrait of Malcolm X, one on the right a portrait of Elijah Muhammad. Below the portraits is the caption: [DISCIPLE AND TEACHER: Mr. Malcolm X of New York City, (left) and Mr. Elijah Muhammad, spiritual leader of thousands of Moslems in the United States. Their SPECIAL EXCLUSIVE articles on "the so-called Negroes' Problems" appear in this issue.]. The top half of the cover features a blue arabesque ornamental pattern against a white background, with the title of the magazine printed in red text in the center. There is a handwritten inscription across this design on the upper quarter of the page by the editor/publisher of the magazine, Abdul Basit Naeem, which reads [Introducing Mr. Yearwood. / Muslims, kindly cooperate / with him and extend / him all the courtesy on my / behalf / Bro. Naeem].