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Reader comment on item: Farrakhan Demands Reparations from Jews

Submitted by toothfairy (Germany), Jul 16, 2010 at 20:17

Wow, how typical.
It´s just so wonderful how even the Nation of Islam uses the tactics of the regular muslims.
The "evil" jews sold the black people into slavery...while some of that have might taken place, he
carefully ships around the well known and documented fact that it was the islamic arabs who were
responsible for the most part of selling the african people into slavery and establishing a slave trade in Africa.
Big Brother is here. Take history and cut anything out that doesn´t fit the propaganda.

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