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 In 1930, Master Fard Muhammad had a mission in which was to restore and resurrect his lost and found people who were recognized as the original group of the Tribe of Shabazz from the Lost Nation of Asia. The lost people of the original nation of African descent were captured and tormented to serve as slaves of America for over 300 years. He wanted to teach oppressed and defenseless Black people a structural Knowledge of God and of themselves, and to lead them on to Self-Independence with a strong culture and higher civilization than they had previously experienced. In 1930, Master Fard Muhammad had a mission in which was to restore and resurrect his lost and found people who were recognized as the original group of the Tribe of Shabazz from the Lost Nation of Asia. The lost people of the original nation of African descent were captured and tormented to serve as slaves of America for over 300 years. He wanted to teach oppressed and defenseless Black people a structural Knowledge of God and of themselves, and to lead them on to Self-Independence with a strong culture and higher civilization than they had previously experienced.
-In 1931, +In 1931, Master Fard Muhammad met a man by the name of Elijah Poole in Detroit, Michigan.
  
  
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