This research endeavourers to demonstrate that Amos'' attack of the rich classes in the Israelite society was greatly influenced by his poor social status. He was a voice of the voiceless poor majority in this society. It was not mere coincidence that Amos bashed the ?haves? in the Israelite society but, he was doing this in solidarity with his fellow downtrodden poor classes who were being oppressed by the affluent ones. Yahweh-God of the Oppressed ones called out Amos from his humble background as a peasant to attack the bourgeois classes for undermining social justice. The whole discussion will engage the social conflict method as propounded by the Marxist school of thought.