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in response to reader comment: Remembering MalcolmX the Hate Monger

Submitted by David Cannon (United States), Feb 28, 2015 at 00:25

I can understand your reaction. However, Malcolm's views changed dramatically,

especially after a prolonged interview with a group of Harvard students who were

very open to his views He was, recall, assassinated by black Muslim

extemists, who most likely didn't comprehend the meaning of Islam or any other religion.

I admire Macolm X, because he was a self-educated man who grew along with his increasing

knowledge He was not a Islamic hate-monger. .

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