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By Moziah Ali Haynes. The Transporters of God" (from the Arabic: al na´qala-tul-lah, meaning the she-camel or transporter of Allah) is a text extrapolated from various symbolic or coded text of the Holy Qur´an that draws a connection between the story of the She Camel in Qur'an and the social evolution of religious communities throughout history. This experience, the author say, is a type of conditioning process from G_d. And this, he says is what ultimately makes them the transporters of God. The author postulates the believers of evolved societies through their extraordinary faith, sacrifices, patience, and prayers do succeed in transporting G_d´s Plan or Way into society for the sake of mankind´s salvation. This is the same type of conditioning that Islam´s holy prophet Mohammed (pbuh) and his followers had to endure in order to establish the first Muslim Ummat (Islamic Community)...the author draws parallels to modern times with the struggles of the new Islamic movement in America. Moziah Ali gives the world a new look at the Muslim American experience, which today, truly has afforded for them divine providence, which in turn grants them the greatest opportunity ever in their history.
About the author: Moziah Ali Haynes became interested in the Islamic Faith while serving in the military. He joined the Nation of Islam and became a follower of Elijah Muhammad in 1973. In 1975 Moziah accepted orthodox Islam under the leadership of Imam Warith Deen Mohammed. It was from Imam Mohammed´s teachings and methodology that Ali learned to use Quranic wisdom from the Arabic Qur´an and was inspired to write The Transporters of God. Xlibris Corporation (2010), English, 144 pages.