Thoughts on Judaism

Monday, February 26, 2007

Farrakhan Finds the Problem

For your morning laugh, just read this article in AP. Here's a money quote for you:

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan stressed religious unity Sunday during his final major speech, saying the world is at war because Christians, Muslims and people of other faiths are divided.

People of other faiths? Who else is there besides Christians and Muslims? Oh, yeah. For those of you younger saplings, Farrakhan was the leader of the Nation of Islam, the radical separatist and racial supremacy organization, who regularly had crowds chant against "the Jews", who referred to Judaism as a "dirty religion" and who asserted famously that there was a large spaceship piloted by the "Hon. Elijah Mohamed" (who has apparently joined the ever increasing minions of dead people who aren't really dead) hovering above the Earth. Also, lots of politicians pander to him for some reason. When you think ecumenical unity, you think Farrakhan.

Hey Neturei Karta!! Why weren't you there?

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