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In Iran, Farrakhan warns Trump not to ‘trigger war in Middle East’ due to Israel
Visiting Tehran, he led a chant of “Death to Israel” in Farsi, according to Iranian media.
Farrakhan in Tehran: ‘If you persevere in revolution despite sanctions, victory will be yours’
Louis Farrakhan refers to the U.S. as “Great Satan” during a Tehran University speech; Says to Iranians: If you persevere in your revolution despite the sanctions, “Victory will be yours.”
ZOA pushes professor’s firing from CNN, Temple University, for promoting Farrakhan
The Zionist Organization of America has called for Marc Lamont Hill to be fired from Temple University in Philadelphia, where he teaches, and CNN, where he is a contributor, for his support of Louis Farrakhan.
Twitter reinstates Canary Mission account after appeal by its supporters
“After 2 weeks of being locked, and after 3 rejected appeals, we just received an email from Twitter stating: ‘After further review, we have unsuspended your account as it does not appear to be in violation of the Twitter Rules,’ ” Canary Mission told JNS.
Facebook deletes post by Louis Farrakhan that compares Jews to ‘termites’
Nation of Islam leader, who once blamed “powerful Jews” for 9/11 attacks, says he is not anti-Semitic, he is “anti-termite” • Facebook: Dehumanizing speech is Tier 1 violation of policy.
Time for tech companies to say ‘no’ to Farrakhan’s brand of hate
Google and social-media outlets must back up their statements with action and demonstrate that hate, prejudice and cleverly veiled incitements to violence will not be welcome online.
Criticism over Farrakhan singing the praises of Aretha Franklin
Controversy surrounds the presence of the Nation of Islam head, known for his anti-Semitic vitriol, and his proximity to world leaders on a public stage, including former President Bill Clinton, at the funeral of the legendary singer and civil-rights activist.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Who failed the Farrakhan test?
The untroubled presence of a hate-monger on the stage at Aretha Franklin’s funeral calls into question assumptions about the real source of concern about a rising tide of anti-Semitism.
Netflix won’t run Louis Farrakhan documentary, citing ‘internal miscommunication’
“This film will not be released on Netflix. Due to an internal miscommunication, it appeared to be scheduled for release on Netflix, but it is not,” a Netflix spokesperson told JNS.
After anti-Semitic tirade, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan loses Twitter verification
The little blue check-mark badge was removed after a video from Farrakhan’s three-hour May 27 sermon blamed Jews for advocating “Satanic” same-sex marriage, imposing undue influence on former U.S. President Barack Obama and using sex to get parts in Hollywood films.
Women’s March leader blames Muslim ban, Mexican wall proposals on Netanyahu
“Be clear: Donald Trump’s wall + #muslimban + #deportation plan are all lines out of the #Netanyahu book of oppression. Trump has referenced this himself. We ought pay attention & not allow folks to label us + try to black list us in to silence. #JusticeDelegation (more 2 come),” she said in a tweet.
Haym Salomon Center
Abraham H. Miller
Anti-Semitism in the American heartland
Does Mr. Shabazz have the right to introduce hatred into the classroom before a captive audience of impressionable students who are in a disadvantaged hierarchical relationship with the good professor?
Jonathan S. Tobin
A deceptively skewed vision of hate
An article in the Sunday “New York Times” stokes fears of anti-Semitism from the right, yet ignores the more dangerous variety that emanates from the left.
The right is sticking by what they think is right
Despite the current quagmires of the top U.S. and Israeli leaders, the public seems to be standing by them.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Women’s rights and intersectionalism don’t go hand in hand
Why the Women’s March is ambivalent about Farrakhan and anti-Semitism, and silent about the real war on women in Iran.