Farrakhan Accuses the Jews of 'Anti-Black' Behavior, Hypocrites Refuse to Condemn It


Farrakhan has done it again, and his hypocritical friends, Russel Simmons and Simmons' Political Director Co-President of GlobalGrind.com, Michael Skolnik, are silent in response to our repeated requests for them to condemn it

Why is this important? Because Russel Simmons and Skolnik falsely claim to be for peaceful interfaith dialogue and against hate speech.  They have published pieces about hate speech in social media.  They are also friends of Louis Farrakhan.

Hypocrisy and double standards have no place in the fight against hatred.  

Their hypocrisy is just like the ADL's, which claims to fight the promotion of hatred and violence on one hand but apparently refuses to acknowledge the hatred and incitement within Islam on the other.

In the ADL's "Antisemitism at Core of Hamas Charter" piece (Google it) the ADL does not acknowledge that the part in the Hamas Charter about murdering Jews comes directly from Islam itself.  From the Hadith:  "There is a Jew behind me; come and kill him!" -Hadith (Sahih Muslim, Book 40, 6985)

It is no wonder that Muslims like Farrakhan spew hatred against the Jews, as their "religion" instructs them to do, especially as hypocrites refuse to condemn it:  

(AP) Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan has written the leaders of more than a dozen major U.S. Jewish groups and denominations seeking "repair of my people from the damage" he claims Jews have caused blacks for centuries.

Farrakhan sent the letter along with two books from the Nation of Islam Historical Research Team that the 77-year-old minister said prove "an undeniable record of Jewish Anti-Black behavior," starting with the slave trade and Jim Crow laws.

"We could charge you with being the most deceitful so-called friend, while your history with us shows you have been our worst enemy," he wrote.

Farrakhan has long accused Jews of wrongdoing in speeches, but he has rarely addressed Jewish groups so directly in writing.

...In the letter, dated last Thursday, the Chicago-based Nation of Islam leader said he sought a dialogue with Jews. He sent the letter to groups including the Orthodox and Reform movements, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and the American Jewish Committee, a New York-based advocacy and humanitarian nonprofit that spearheads inter-religious dialogue.

"This is an offer asking you and the gentiles whom you influence to help me in the repair of my people from the damage that has been done by your ancestors to mine," he writes. "Your present reality is sitting on top of the world in power, with riches and influences, while the masses of my people ... are in the worst condition of any member of the human family."

In the past, Farrakhan's most inflammatory comments have included referring to Judaism as a "gutter religion" and calling Adolf Hitler "wickedly great."

...Farrakhan echoed similar comments last Saturday in an Atlanta speech titled, "Who Are the Real Children of Israel?"

He did not respond to several messages seeking comment Tuesday. Farrakhan has over the years denied claims of anti-Semitism, arguing his remarks are often taken out of context and that criticism of Jews in any light automatically earns the "anti-Semite" label.



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