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August 26, 2014 0

Nation Of Islam Exploits Gaza Conflict To Spread Anti-Semitism

The Nation of Islam (NOI) is using Israel’s mil­i­tary response to Hamas in Gaza to pro­mote anti-Semitic con­spir­acy the­o­ries sug­gest­ing that Israel was respon­si­ble for the 9/11 ter­ror­ist attacks.

The NOI Research Group (NOIRG), which claims to serve as the NOI’s “his­tor­i­cal research depart­ment,” tweeted on August 24 that “Israeli airstrike in #Gaza lev­els 7-story build­ing. Their last airstrike was on Sept 11, 2001.” The tweet is accom­pa­nied by a photo of smoke bil­low­ing from the World Trade Center. noi-tweet-gaza

This is not the first time the NOIRG has used social media to spread the anti-Semitic con­spir­acy the­ory blam­ing Jews for 9/11. In Decem­ber 2013, for exam­ple, the NOIRG tweeted that “#Israel has an ugly his­tory of deadly false flag oper­a­tions, includ­ing 9/11…”

NOI leader Louis Far­rakhan also weighed in on the cur­rent con­flict in his August 17 ser­mon at Mosque Maryam in Chicago. Far­rakhan jux­ta­posed the tense sit­u­a­tion in Gaza with the shoot­ing of Michael Brown in Fer­gu­son, Mis­souri, inter­lac­ing his address with a num­ber of anti-Semitic claims.

Far­rakhan told the con­gre­ga­tion that in Israel “there can never be any peace struc­tured on injus­tice, thiev­ery, lying, and deceit, using the name of God to shield your dirty religion.”

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March 27, 2014 3

New Black Panther Summit Attracts Support from Diplomats, Academics

2014 NBPP SummitDespite the New Black Pan­ther Party’s (NBPP) overt plat­form of anti-Semitism and racism, the group’s upcom­ing “Dig­nity Sum­mit” has attracted sup­port from diplo­mats, aca­d­e­mics and busi­ness lead­ers, who report­edly will be speak­ing at the events.

The NBPP claims that among the for­eign rep­re­sen­ta­tives speak­ing at the March 28–30, 2014 Sum­mit in Atlanta are Gandy Thomas, the Con­sul Gen­eral of Haiti in Atlanta, Randy E. Rolle, the Con­sul Gen­eral of the Bahamas in Atlanta, and Daniel Agyekum, the for­mer Ambas­sador of the Repub­lic of Ghana (though the NBPP’s pro­mo­tional mate­ri­als do not indi­cate he is no longer Ambassador).

Accord­ing to the pro­gram of events, there will also be pre­sen­ta­tions by Pro­fes­sor Leonard Jef­fries of the City Col­lege of New York, Pro­fes­sor Akinyele Umoja of Geor­gia State Uni­ver­sity, Pro­fes­sor Jacob Sav­age of Alabama A&M Uni­ver­sity, real estate and media mogul Michael V. Roberts, and editor-in-chief of Hip Hop Enquirer Mag­a­zine Den­nis Byron.

By tak­ing on racially-charged issues under the guise of cham­pi­oning civil rights, the NBPP, which is led by Hashim Nzinga, has received national atten­tion for its efforts, gar­nered some sup­port from promi­nent mem­bers of the African-American com­mu­nity, and attracted fol­low­ers. The group’s events often fea­ture inflam­ma­tory big­otry cou­pled with calls for vio­lence, tar­nish­ing its efforts to pro­mote black pride and consciousness.

In recent install­ments of the NBPP’s online radio broad­cast pro­mot­ing the Sum­mit, NBPP National Chief of Staff Chawn Kweli referred to Jews as the “Syn­a­gogue of Satan,” employ­ing a phrase com­monly used by the Nation of Islam (NOI) and the title of a viciously anti-Semitic book pub­lished by the NOI. Kweli praised NOI leader Louis Far­rakhan for his “war on the Syn­a­gogue of Satan” and encour­aged “any­body right­eous” to engage in this war.

In last week’s radio broad­cast, Kweli also alluded to the NOI’s Secret Rela­tion­ship Between Blacks and Jews, stat­ing “the so-called Jews…don’t want their hands to be exposed in terms of their role in the trans-Atlantic slave trade,” and con­tin­ued, “They don’t want you to talk about your enslavement…and how the blood-sucking cap­i­tal­ist jew­el­ers and oth­ers have ben­e­fited from our mishaps.”

Kweli then inter­viewed Asha­hed Muham­mad, Assis­tant Edi­tor of the NOI’s Final Call news­pa­per and author of The Syn­a­gogue of Satan, which claims that the world is being manip­u­lated and cor­rupted by Satanic pow­ers led by Jew­ish elites. The book, which has been heav­ily pro­moted by the NOI since 2005, fea­tures a fore­word by Malik Zulu Shabazz, then National Chair­man of the NBPP.

After pro­fusely prais­ing Muham­mad and his book, Kweli asked Muham­mad what moti­vated him to write the book to which Muham­mad responded with the fol­low­ing rea­sons: “the bat­tle with the so-called Jews on cam­pus,” Jew­ish orga­ni­za­tions’ “awe­some con­trol of pub­lic knowl­edge,” and the “con­trolled media” that allegedly por­trays the African-American com­mu­nity in a neg­a­tive light.

Con­tin­u­ing to invoke anti-Semitic con­spir­acy the­o­ries about sup­posed Jew­ish con­trol, Muham­mad described African Amer­i­cans as being “hood­winked and bam­boo­zled by the Zion­ists” who “have to be exposed and uncov­ered because as long as they are allowed to con­tinue to lie and influ­ence so many peo­ple with their lies, they stop us from unifying.”

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March 5, 2014 120

Farrakhan Continues His Anti-Semitic Saviours’ Day Message in Chicago

Nation of Islam (NOI) leader Louis Far­rakhan deliv­ered “Part 2” of his Sav­iours’ Day address on Sun­day in Chicago, empha­siz­ing his view that “Satanic Jews…control every­thing and mostly everybody.”

Dur­ing his speech at Mosque Maryam, Far­rakhan received a stand­ing ova­tion after telling his audi­ence that, “The Satanic Jews that con­trol every­thing and mostly every­body, if they are your enemy, then you must be some­body.” The “Satanic Jews,” he added, have “thrown every­thing at [him] includ­ing the kitchen sink, and maybe the toi­let too.”  

Far­rakhan also por­trayed Jews as the ene­mies of Chris­tian­ity. “Do you know that the ene­mies of Jesus were the Jews of his day and the Roman author­i­ties? That wasn’t 2000 years ago alone. That’s today!”

These anti-Semitic themes have been a sta­ple of Farrakhan’s weekly online ser­mons lead­ing up to Sav­iours’ Day. The speech came a week after his keynote address at the NOI’s Sav­iours Day con­ven­tion in Detroit.

Far­rakhan con­cluded his speech by not­ing that he may not be speak­ing pub­licly again for a while. He gave no reason.

In a sep­a­rate announce­ment on the Nation of Islam’s Face­book page, the NOI’s “web team” indi­cated that he “accepted an invi­ta­tion” to visit Iran

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