Farrakhan writes Jewish organizations, accusing Jews of hurting blacks

suntimes.com/news/metro/2446658,farrakhan-letter-jewish-062910.article

jta.org/news/article/2010/06/30/2739839/in-letter-farrakhan-accuses-jews-of-hurting-blacks

google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5it2UwjQVcXhBUIkeXDtbmn7UuVhAD9GL93983

I wonder if he included Kagan on his mailing list?

Since President Obama went on the million man march with Farrakhan, and since Farrakhan is good friends with Obama's former pastor, Rev. Wright, whom Obama supported for 20 years, are we to assume that the President agrees with this also? It might explain why Obama is so reluctant to support Israel.

adl.org/PresRele/NatIsl_81/5800_81.htm

Mr. Foxman said, "Dialogue does not begin with bigoted accusations. Farrakhan's call for dialogue with Jews is so outrageous and disingenuous that you can't believe anyone would take him seriously. And yet he continues to fill convention centers with those eager to bear witness to his bigotry, and to believe that he holds the truth. One wonders why there aren't more voices in the African-American community willing to stand up and reject his hatred, his anti-Semitism. When will good people in the community be courageous enough to stand up and say, 'enough already?'"

During a sold-out speech on June 26 to thousands of followers at the Atlanta Civic Center in Atlanta, Georgia, Farrakhan, whose anti-Semitic rhetoric has been monitored by ADL for decades, announced his intention to present the newly written anti-Semitic book to Jewish leaders on behalf of the NOI. Like the book itself, Farrakhan's speech was rife with conspiracy theories about Jews and Israel and Jewish control of government, finance and Hollywood.

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Since President Obama went on the million man march with Farrakhan, and since Farrakhan is good friends with Obama's former pastor, Rev. Wright, whom Obama supported for 20 years, are we to assume that the President agrees with this also? It might explain why Obama is so reluctant to support Israel.

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YOu might think that Farrakhan might be more of an embarrassment to the people on whose behalf he is speaking, but for the most part even the very prominent don't seem to have a problem being associated with him.

americanthinker.com/blog/2010/07/obama_silent_as_louis_farrakha.html

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