Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Farrakhan responds to charge of anti-Semitism

( - In response to Al Jazeera Correspondent Fadi Mansour’s question about still being accused of being an “anti-Semite,” Min. Farrakhan looked at him, laughed and asked “Are you a Semite?” Mr. Mansour replied, “Yes. I’m Arab.”

Min. Farrakhan then asked him, “Am I against you? Am I against Muslims? No. Are the Jews that came out of Europe, are they Semitic? Who are the Sephardim? Are they Semitic? Am I against them? Who has segregated them and the Ethiopian Jews? Is it not the European?

“The real anti-Semites are those who came out of Europe and settled in Palestine, and now they call themselves the ‘true Jew,’ when in reality, they were converted to Judaism,” adding that the “real Semitic Jews have been in that area of the world for thousands of years—they belong to Palestine.”

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