This web site started out in early 2000, when I was experimenting with web sites and decided to make one to honour Malcolm X. It underwent several transformations as my knowledge and understanding of both Malcolm X and web design developed. This is probably the fourth incarnation of the web site. This time, an emphasis has been placed on making data easy to view and access.

This site seeks to present Malcolm X within an Islamic context. This is not because I'm particularly Islamic myself, but because this is a viewpoint that is often mis- and underrepresented. On the other hand, among Muslims it is sometimes overrepresented.

As for myself, I am not of African descent, nor am I an American. My name is Noaman Ali (a.k.a. nomes), I am the webmaster of this site. I am Canadian and am of Indo-Pakistani descent. You can access my personal web site here. My e-mail address is noaman.ali [at] (please read the F.A.Q. before contacting me).

I believe in peace, freedom, equality and respect for all. This is why I find myself connected to Malcolm X and his message, which is just as fresh and relevant today as it was in the 1960s.

I would sincerely recommend everyone and anyone, regardless of religion, culture or descent to read the Autobiography of Malcolm X. This is a book that will seriously affect the way you look at life, I know it has certainly changed mine for the better. It is on Time Magazine's list as one of the most important books of the twentieth century.

If you have any questions or comments about the site, you can post a message in the Feedback & Suggestions Forum in the Community.