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June 08, 1984 - Image 24

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24 Friday, June 8, 1984

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pressive" society that "can-
not be regarded as inno-
cent."
In recent months, the re-
port stated, Farrakhan has
described the Jews as
"enemies" of Rev. Jackson;
made several allegations
about Jewish "control of the
media; and told Jews that
unless they accepted Jesus,
"then maybe the angel of
death will stop at your door
and kill the firstborn out of
your house."
Farrakhan's attacks on
Jews and the State of Israel,
the ADL said, should be
viewed against the back-
ground of Nation of Islam
links to Arab nations —
Qaddafi's Lybia in particu-
lar — and the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
The ADL report said Na-
tion of Islam ties to Libya go
back more than ten years
when Muhammad Speaks
revealed that Libya had ex-
tended a loan of $2.9 million
to the organization. Only
last year, the Nation of
Islam sent two representa-
tives to a conference in
Libya organized by Qaddafi.
In February of this year,
Farrakhan himself, in a
speech at the University of
California at Los Angeles,
justified PLO terrorist ac-
tivities.
Farrakhan's long record
of espousing violence and
extremism culminated ear-
lier this year in attempts to
intimidate the black and
white communities. In addi-
tion to issuing threats
against Washington Post
reporter Coleman and
American Jews, Farrakhan
declared in an article in the
February issue of the maga-
zine Essence: "If America
allows anything to happen"
(to Rev. Jackson) . . . the
covenant between black
America and this govern-
ment will be broken forever.
That is why white people
ought to think carefully
about how this brother is
handled. America must re-,
member that with the
armed forces full of young
black soldiers, the threat of
rebellion . .. could become
reality."
The following month,
Farrakhan lashed out at
black leaders who do not
share his point of view. "Ev-
ery (black) leader should be
held accountable at the cost
of his or her life. Death
should be the penalty for
traitorous activity."
In April, the ADL report
noted, Farrakhan tried to
Justify his threats against
Coleman by claiming that
the implied "death sen-
tence" he had pronounced
on him would only be car-
ried out under the jurisdic-
tion of a future black state
guided by Islamic law.

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