LOS ANGELES, CA–Najee Ali, civil rights activist and leader of Project Islamic H.O.P.E, is emerging as a possible successor to his father-in-law the late Imam W.D.Muhammad. The Electronic Urban Report says that Ali will take a leadership role by tackling several issues affecting the black community.
â€œWe still donâ€™t have an organization that speaks to our issues,â€ said Ali. â€œProject Islamic Hope has decided to step up to the plate and fill the void.â€
â€œEverything that I have experienced in my life has led me to this moment. I feel Iâ€™m well prepared to carry on the burden and obligation that is before me in attempting to keep the indigenous Islamic movement alive,â€ Ali added.