FAQs
 
Q: What does a nationality do for me?

A: Nationality links you to the family of nations. Everyone else has nationality: Germans are tied to Germany, Russians to Russia, Japanese to Japan, Chinese to China, etc. Where is the so-called black man linked to? His nationality is Moorish American.
 
 
Q: How do I know I’m Moorish American?

A: The Moorish Americans are the descendants of the ancient Moabites who inhabited the North Western and South Western shores of Africa. If you consider yourself “black”, “colored”, “negro”, “afro-american” or “african-american” you are a Moor. These names were given to slaves by slaveholders in 1779 and lasted until 1865 during the time of slavery.
 
 
Q: What happens is if I do not proclaim my nationality?

A: Those who  fail to recognize the free national name of their constitutional government are classed as undesirables, and are subject to all Inferior names and abuses and mistreatments that the citizens care to bestow upon them.
 
 
Q: Why is it so important now for us to proclaim our nationality?

A: It is as important now to proclaim your nationality as it was when the Prophet first brought us our nationality in 1913 A.D.
 
 
Q: Is the Moorish Science Temple of America a religion?

A: Moorish Science Temple of America is not a religion. It is a Divine and National Movement which teaches you to be yourself — Moorish American.
 
 
Q: What is the definition of moslem?

A: The definition of a moslem is simply someone who submits his will to do the will of God.
 
 
Q: What is the difference between moslem and muslim?

A: There is no difference. Simply put, the Arab nations didn’t have an “o” in their language. When Islam was brought to the Arab nations, they began pronouncing the word muslim instead of moslem.
 
 
Q: Why do some moslems commit terrorist acts?

A: If someone is doing anything other than following the will of God they are not moslems. Terrorists are not a moslem; in fact, they are fanatics.
 
 
Q: Is the Moorish Science Temple of America a sovereign citizens movement?

A: No. 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.