Question: What Do The Moors Believe In?

As Jesus was the pattern for men in his day and Mohammed for men in his day, Moorish-Americans are to pattern their lives after Prophet Noble Drew Ali.

They are to live the divine Principles of Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, and Justice.

The Prophet Noble Drew Ali taught the Moors to learn to love instead of hate.

What is a Moor person?

The definition of a moor is a member of a Muslim people of Berber and Arab descent living in Northwest Africa. An example of moor is the hero Othello in Shakespeare’s play. Moor is defined as a large open marsh land.

What is Moorish law?

Moorish-Americans follow a blend of Islam shaped by the movement’s founder Noble Drew Ali. They often append El or Bey to their last names. Some followers also claim to have roots in America that predate the United States, and argue that a 1787 treaty with Morocco exempts them from American laws.

What religion do Moors practice?

Moors trace their beliefs to noble Drew Ali, who founded the Moorish Science Temple in Chicago in 1925. With tens of thousands of followers, the faith borrows heavily from Islam.

Are Moors US citizens?

We are Moors, and therefore, we’re not American citizens. We’re not subject to your American laws.