Mauri’ Salakhan is an American Muslim poet, writer and human rights activist.described thus by The Peace and Justice Foundation: “El-Hajj Mauri' Saalakhan is the author of several books: The Teacher, a work of Islamically-based poetry and commentary on a myriad of social and political issues; Sacrilege In the Haramain, an eyewitness account of the tragedy that occurred in Mecca, Arabia (on 6 Dhul-Hijjah 1407/July 31, 1987); Why Our Children Are Killing Themselves, an examination of the root causes behind the crises facing children, youth and families in America; and Criminal Justice in America, an examination of the U.S. Criminal Justice System and its impact on the African American community.
Among his other works are September 11th: The Truth, Will It Ever Be Known?; The Case of Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin: Is It A Government Conspiracy?; Iraq: The Question of American Values; The Message of Rachel Corrie, the young American woman who was killed in Occupied Palestine in March 2003 (while non-violently attempting to stop the destruction of a Palestinian's home); The State of the Union 2003: Don't Say You Didn't know!; Target Sudan: What's Really Behind The Crisis in Darfur; and his most recent publication, Islam & Terrorism: Myth vs. Reality.
Mauri' Saalakhan on “The Palestinians' Holocaust: American Perspectives” (2009): “The Palestinians' Holocaust: American Perspectives is perhaps the most important book that we've produced to date. It contains a myriad of voices which collectively cry out against the crimes against humanity being committed in that tortured part of the world sometimes referred to (ironically) as "the land of the prophets." The open genocide taking place in Gaza at present - one of the largest open air prisons in the world - has compelled us to make this information widely available to as many people as possible, as a matter of urgency. If this ends up hurting the bottom [financial] line of a small grassroots, human-rights organization, it would be a small price to pay for helping to educate (and hopefully activate) our neighbors in this global village called earth!” .
. Mauri' Saalakhan on “The Palestinians' Holocaust: American Perspectives” by Mauri' Saalakhan (2009): http://www.thepalestiniansholocaust.com/ .