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Sarsour, a leader of the Women’s March movement, called herself “a proud Palestinian-American woman” and said that “there are no perfect leaders.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center said that both White pride groups and Black nationalist groups have seen an increase in numbers this year.
The Nation of Islam leader launched a verbal attack on the Jews blaming them for anti-black racism, slavery, colonialism and dehumanization, as well as numerous problems facing modern society.
The video remains posted on Twitter, which said last week that it does not violate company policies.
Maria Estrada, a candidate for California’s District 63 representing the southeast suburbs of Los Angeles, offered her support for anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
Tamika Mallory has been visiting sites across the region with a delegation from the US-based Center for Constitutional Rights.
By AMY SPIRO
“The Christians say that Satan is a liar, and every day they keep a count of Trump’s lies,” Farrakhan said.
By SAMUEL THROPE
For decades, most leftist antisemites, just slightly more subtle than you, have confused naive liberals.
By GIL TROY
Farrakhan, despite being a notorious antisemite, has been widely embraced by “progressive” leaders such as Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory, co-chairs of the Women’s March.
By EMILY SCHRADER
"But what I did not hear at all last week was that radical antisemites from the left, like Louis Farrakhan, had contributed to a culture of hatred of the Jewish people."
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
Being forced into the Diaspora saw the Jewish people and their views assimilate into those of their host countries, which many sociologists would argue is a natural and expected occurrence.
By SHAI DELUCA-TAMASI
Many younger people on the Left may not know the extent of Farrakhan’s bigotry, or they may condone it by claiming that he did a service to black communities.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
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