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American (so-called Indian) descendant from her mother (Imam Mahdi greatgrandmother), but from my mother father-father, he was European White (Imam Mahdi great-grandfather) and my mother father-mother was so-called African Black Moor Muslim (Imam Mahdi great-grandmother). Now, as for my father, it did not make a difference whether we attended church or not, although he talked about God a lot. He was always against the fact that Blacks in those days, and still today, worshipped the portrait of a so-called White Jesus. My father was a so-called Black Moor Muslim descendant; he was a very so called Black-man. Yet, there were five principles that my father taught me through the years. First, “Never trust the ruling class and their kind if they use authority to oppress.” Second, “Never take their women in marriage because their influences will only weaken your efforts to fight against oppression on all levels, which is a form of assimilation. Consequently, you’ll become one of them.” Third, “You must always strive in the cause of truth (later became valid truths) regardless of the situations, even if you have shortcomings” and “speak the truth, even if you have to speak against yourself.” Fourth, “Never think or become intimate with a close associate or family member, lady friend, intentional wife, or wife, for this brings about negative passions of disloyalty or death.” As a teenager, I told my father a vision of mine and an attendant idea; he finalized the Fifth principle by saying, “Never tell anyone your ideas and dreams (visions), for they will come to you as friends with the intention to use your gifts from the Almighty in their cause against you, so they can tell others that it is from them. And for those who are unable to become near in your understanding and values but desire them, they are most likely to be your open enemies, for these are the ones who have the diseases of pride and envy.” These principles have been of great value and importance, but there were times when I was my worst enemy. However, through the years of my introspective studies to validate my experiences and aspirations, the journey has taken me along the avenues of Secret Societies, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Judaism, Taoism, Satanism, Witchcrafts (Black and White magic), Spiritualism, Materialism, Intrapersonal and Interpersonal schools of sciences, human communication, governments, and Islam. With valid truths as my guide, through the process of arguments, reasoning, conclusion, and logic, not only have they been the tools to strengthen my arguments, but they also have validated my experiences on all levels. Through a conscious endeavor, I accepted the religion of Al-Islam and/or Islam (submission to valid truth, justice, peace, freedom, love, joy, unity, and success), which became my orthodox religion. Furthermore, while experiencing my identity, I changed my name three times. First, it was changed from my given name after birth in 1965 as Henry Bernard Flowers to Habeebullah Abdul Al’Basir in 1987. In 1990 I changed my name to HabeebAllah Subhaan Abd’Ul’Baqi, but in 1997 my name was changed to Imam HabeebAllah Subhaan Abd’Ul’Baqi Hajj Mahdi. The reader must keep in mind that although this book is strictly an effort toward a positive human society, The Holy Qur’an sums up my total beliefs and criterion for conduct, in which I pass this Sunni (action, deed, and directive saying and approval) to my son Imam ‘Ibn HabeebAllah Subhaan Abd’Ul’Baqi Hajj Mahdi (Birth Date: 04/11/2013), my daughter Ameera Imani Amat-Ul-Baqi Bent Mahdi (Birth date: 06/18/2014), and my other son ‘Isa Amir Abdullah ‘Ibn Hajj Mahdi (Birth date: 09/20/2015); all three of South Carolina – United States of America. Therefore, AL’JIHAD includes the defined aspirations of politics and its various agendas. “AL’JIHAD” or “Imam Mahdi Is Now Implementing Al’Jihad World Wide” – by, Imam Mahdi . A Text Book Guide for IMAM MAHDI, Military, Inc.: © ® ™. Cheraw, SC. 29520 USA. : Of 765 + Pages Is 13