Martyrdom of a Muslim leader in America: an important revelation 55 years later
YORK: A new debate has erupted in the United States 55 years after the assassination of Malcolm X, a Muslim leader who spoke out for the rights of blacks.
Malcolm X is known as one of the most popular voices of the human rights movement. A new Pandora’s box has been opened regarding the power or personality involved in his assassination.
According to foreign media reports, Malcolm X’s family has accused the New York Police and the FBI of plotting to assassinate Malcolm X, a civil rights activist.
Malcolm X’s family’s claim comes five decades after an undercover police officer revealed in an autopsy letter that he was pressured to prosecute Malcolm X’s bodyguards. ۔
Born on May 19, 1925, in the US state of Nebraska, Malcolm X was martyred on February 21, 1965 in an assassination attempt in New York.
He was also the founder of the Muslim Mosque and the Organization of the Afro-American Community. He raised awareness of the rights of blacks in the United States and became one of the most prominent black leaders in the world.
During a ceremony in New York on February 21, 1965, three unidentified assailants in the front row indiscriminately fired at them with pistols and shotguns, killing them on the spot.