Now What You Gotta Say About Anti-Semitism... What About Being Anti-Black?

Monday, August 16, 2010Brother Mustafaa

By
Brother Mustafaa Abdul Muhammad

 In The Name Of ALLAH, The Beneficent, The Merciful



 
"For twenty-five of the thirty-three years of my rebuilding of the Nation of Islam, I and we, in the Nation of Islam have suffered under the charge of “anti-Semitism” because I have dared to be critical of what I and many others feel is Jewish behavior that has ill-affected Black people and others." The Hon. Louis Farrakhan letter to Abram Foxman and other Jewish organizations



This is the time of vindication. For 33 years The Hon. Louis Farrakhan and by extension we, his followers, have been accused of anti-semtic and anti-Jewish behavior. However, outside of expressing our perspective of things there is no record of us denying a Jewish person a job, killing any Jewish person, burning a Synagogue, desecrating any symbol of Jewish pride or anything of the like. 

It is interesting that two stories, as reported below, suggest anti-black behavior by persons of Jewish background. We are quick to be called anti-semitic for speaking the truth, but where is Mr. Abraham Foxman and others of so-called good will to condemn anti-black actions by members of their own group?


I now ask Mr. Foxman will you Condemn, Repudiate and Reject the behavior of members of your own kith and kin? Will you and others of your group continue to hide behind claims of being the chosen people of God? Will you continue to hide your misdeeds by accusing The Hon. Louis Farrakhan of being an anti-Semite? Will you respond intelligently to the claims, by your own scholars, as presented in two volumes of The Secret Relationship Between Black And Jews?  

Below are two stories, as mentioned in the media, of persons of Jewish background targeting black people.

Elias Abuelazam

"In the U.S., Abuelazam is suspected in 14 attacks in and around Flint, three attacks in Virginia and one in Ohio. The victims were men aged 15 to 67. Most were black, but investigators don't know whether race was a motive." (Read Full Story Here)


Dr. Laura Schlessinge

Is She Anti-Black For Her Views As We Are Accused Of Being Anti-Semitic?

"Only black people are told that the they are too sensitive about the N-word. Only black people are asked to forget the past. Only black people are asked to “get over” the atrocities they’ve suffered.

But no one, and I mean absolutely no one, tells Jews they are too sensitive about the horrors of the Holocaust. No one is allowed to call Jews names or dishonor them publicly without a ferocious rebuke. No one tells Jews to forget. No one."(Read Full Story Here)

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