Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Farrakhan Threatens American Jews

Demands reparations in a shocking letter sent to American Jewish groups. Daniel Pipes, NRO. Whatever could have given him this idea.

... Nation of Islam and Friends of Obama

More. These guys like holocausts. From this previous post on the bland terrorist enabler Iranian- Chicagoan Fatima Mohammadi: More. Via Doug Ross: Letting Israel Hang: Bolton Does Abbas' Support for Black Genocide Offend Obama?: AT. Another Chicago connection:
Consider the revealing fact that there's only one response to the Sudan Holocaust more stunning than Arab Muslims aiding the murderers of black Muslims, and that's black Muslims themselves supporting the murderers of black Muslims. And this insanity is to be found not in Riyadh or Ramallah, but in Obama's own Chicago neighborhood, in a part of the black community that played a key role in shaping him politically.

In February 2007, hundreds of members of the Nation of Islam -- whose leader, Rev. Louis Farrakhan, Obama had followed all the way to Washington in the Million Man March -- cheered Sudan's President Bashir as he spoke to them by satellite, chanting "Allahu Akbar" in response to his denial of slavery and genocide charges.

Before the year was over, Obama's church would honor Farrakhan with the Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. Lifetime Achievement Trumpeteer award. Wright said, with unintentional irony, "His love for Africa and African-American people has made him an unforgettable force[.]"

The African Holocaust denial that is part of Farrakhan's "lifetime achievement" did not suddenly begin in 2007. It was reported in May 1995 that Abdul Akbar Muhammad, International Representative of the Nation of Islam, called reports of Sudan's black slavery a "Jewish conspiracy." Neither this, nor Farrakhan's support for claims that Jewish doctors were injecting black babies with AIDS, could deter Obama from joining his march on Washington five months later. (Speakers included Steve Cokely, originator of the charming tale about Jewish doctors.)

Rather than being driven away by the rhetoric of Chicago extremists, Obama consistently gravitated to them, reportedly going on to hire members of the NOI cult as Senate staffers. He continued to embrace Rev. Wright well into 2008, seemingly unconcerned that the church newsletter praised Hamas and supported Hezbollah while these terror gangs were supporting Sudan's genocide of blacks as enthusiastically as they support a future genocide of Jews.

The influence of these mentors might be an underlying reason why Obama cannot be expected to express concern over Abbas' support for the murderers of black Africans. As author Kenneth Levin points out, "those in the Muslim world whose good opinion he is most seeking to win are not the Muslims of Darfur but rather Darfur's oppressors and their supporters."

And if Abbas' connection to black slavery and genocide does not stir his outrage, Obama is likely to remain oblivious to other concerns: the PA's death penalty for selling property to Jews; the Acting Speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council, on PA television, calling for the murder of every last Jew and American (would Obama meet them halfway on that demand?); a Fatah official admitting that terror on a grand scale will resume when Fatah is "capable," and that "our goal has never been peace ... the goal is Palestine." (That's Palestine by the Helen Thomas definition, meaning all of Israel.)
Previous posts: Nation of Islam and Friends of Obama, Wright, Pfleger, Farrakhan Fundraiser Friday, Recognizing Anti-Semitism, Barack Obama, Radical Thug

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