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The Photo That Never Saw The Light of Day: Obama With …

A journalist announced last week that he will publish a photograph of then-Illinois Sen. Barack Obama (D) and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan that he took in 2005 at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting, but did not make public because he believed it would have made a difference to Obamas political future.

The photographer, Askia Muhammad,toldthe Trice Edney News Wire that he gave the picture up at the time and basically swore secrecy.

But after the nomination was secured and all the way up until the inauguration; then for eight years after he was President, it was kept under cover, Muhammad said.

Asked whether he thought the photos release would have affected Obamas presidential campaign, Muhammad said, I insist. It absolutely would have made a difference.

Reached by TPM on Thursday, Muhammad said a staff member for the CBC contacted him sort of in a panic after he took the photo at a caucus meeting in 2005. TPM has published the photo above with Muhammads permission.

Isort of understood what was going on, Muhammad told TPM. I promised and made arrangements to give the picture to Leonard Farrakhan, the ministers son-in-law and chief of staff.

Muhammad said he gave away the disk from his camera but copied the photograph from that day onto a file on his computer.

Realizing that I had given it up, I mean, it was sort of like a promise to keep the photograph secret, Muhammad said.

Muhammad said he did not release his copy of the photograph because he thought it would be perceived as a betrayal of that promise: I was really, I guess, afraid of them.

Muhammad said he thought the photograph would be damaging politically if it were released and was afraid that someone might break into his apartment looking for it, like that Watergate crap. Hesaid he felt a little bit more at ease after Farrakhan in 2016claimed that Obama visited his home in Chicago. Muhammad contacted Farrakhan in autumn 2017 with the final manuscript for a self-published book containing the photo.

I sent him a copy of the manuscript suggesting that, showing him the picture, and saying to him, if he did not object, I was going to publish it, Muhammad said. He had no objection.

Muhammad also told TPM that around the time he took the photo, he asked Obama about a perceived resemblance to Farrakhan.

I asked the senator, Has anyone ever told you that you resemble Minister Farrakhan?’ Muhammad said. And he said what I thought was the perfect answer: Well, hes much better looking than I am.’

TPM learned about the photograph and Muhammads upcoming book from a write-up in Richard Princes Journal-isms newsletter.

A spokesperson for the Congressional Black Caucus suggested that TPM contact the caucus former chair, Mel Watt, who now leads the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Watt did not immediately respond to TPMs request for comment.

A spokesperson for Obama referred TPM to remarks he made in 1995 after attending the Million Man March that Farrakhan organized. At the time, Obama said that anti-Semitic and anti-Asian statements are not going to lift us up and said the marchs organizers were lacking a positive agenda, a coherent agenda for change.

Muhammad is the news director at Washington, D.C. radio station WPFW and has served as the head of the Washington offices of the Nation of Islams official newspaper, TheFinal Call.

Farrakhan is a minister who leads the Nation of Islam and has made anti-Semiticremarks. During Obamas presidential campaign, conservatives pushed multiple apparently racially motivated conspiracy theories about Obamas religion and supposed ties to Islam.

During the 2008 presidential election, conservatives questioned the indirect ties between Farrakhan and Obama, who attended a church that gave Farrakhan an award. At a 2008 presidential debate in Cleveland, Obama said he had been very clear in his denunciation of Farrakhans remarks.

I did not solicit his support, Obama said, referring to Farrakhans praise for his candidacy.I cant say to somebody that he cant say that he thinks Im a good guy.

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Seven Quotes On Jews, Gays And White People From Louis …

A new photo of former President Barack Obama and hate group leader Louis Farrakhan has emerged, showing that Obama was more friendly with Farrakhan than he let on publicly.

Farrakhan, leader of the black nationalist group Nation of Islam, has a decades-long track record of spouting hate against Jews, gays and white people. His bigotry has even been catalogued by the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center. His extremism was well-documented in 2005, when newly elected Illinois Sen. Barack Obama met with Farrakhan at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting and took a smiling photo with him.

The photo took place just two years before Obama announced his presidential campaign. Obama was non-committal on his relationship with Farrakhanduring his first campaign and was hesitant to reject Farrakhans endorsement.

I obviously cant censor him, but it is not support that I sought, Obama said at the time,according to CNN. And were not doing anything, I assure you, formally or informally with Minister Farrakhan. He later rejected Farrakhans support after Hillary Clinton attacked him for it, saying: if the word reject Senator Clinton feels is stronger than the word denounce, then Im happy to concede the point, and I would reject and denounce.

New ties between Obama and Farrakhan have surfaced just as Obamas political career winds down. Farrakhan said at an event in 2016 that Obama visited him in Chicago shortly before the senator launched his campaign for president in 2007. Farrakhan also referenced a picture of himself and Obama during his speech, although its not clear if he was referring to the same 2005 photo. Farrakhan also said that the Nation of Islam backed Obamas early political career in Chicago, dating all the way back to 1996.

Here are some of the things Farrakhan has said about Jews, gays people and white people.

Farrakhan has consistently described Jews as the Synagogue of Satan and has claimed that the Satanic Jews control everything and mostly everybody. In 2011, he said: Some of you think that Im just somebody whos got something out for the Jewish people. Youre stupid. Do you think I would waste my time if I did not think it was important for you to know Satan? My job is to pull the cover off of Satan so that he will never deceive you and the people of the world again.

The Jews have been so bad at politics they lost half their population in the Holocaust. They thought they could trust in Hitler, and they helped him get the Third Reich on the road,Farrakhanclaimedin 1998.

White people deserve to die, and they know, so they think its us coming to do it, Farrakhan saidin 2015. He has also called white people white devils, potential humans who havent evolved yet and sinful by nature. (RELATED:Farrakhan On Ferguson: Well Tear This G**damn Country Up! [VIDEO])

Farrakhan has repeatedly accused the Jews of being behind the September 11 terrorist attacks, which he claims was a false flag attack. In 2015, for example, he claimed that there were many Israelis and Zionist Jews in key roles in the 9/11 attacks and claimed that many Jews received a text message not to come to work on September 11. Farrakhan claimed in 2016 that Osama Bin Laden didnt destroy the Twin Towers.That was a false flag operation to take the worlds attention away from the great disunity in America after George W. Bush stole the election.

Im not into integration. I aint for that. God told the Jews, he didnt want you intermarrying with others. But you disobeyed him. He dont want us uniting into this that hes come to judge. You cant integrate with wickedness if you want righteousness, Farrakhan said in 2003, two years before he was photographed meeting Obama.

Opposing interracial marriage has been a consistent position for Farrakhan. Now God dont want you intermarrying with [white women], Farrakhan said in a 2016 speech posted to Facebook. The fact is that God wanted us to be with ourselves, us with our women, he respected white people who wanted to keep their race white, because we sure want to keep ours from being any further mongrelized.

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Speaking at an event in 2015, Farrkahan said of Jews in Hollywood: Youre Gods chosen people? And you promote something that God rejects? Youve lost your covenant status! You are not the chosen of God, you are the chosen of Satan! Youre promoting homosexuality. God doesnt. You promote filth. God condemns it!

Farrakhan spoke positively about comparisons between himself and Adolf Hitler in 1984. The Jews dont like Farrakhan, so they call me Hitler. Well, thats a good name. Hitler was a very great man. Farrakhan praised Hitlers leadership against the United States in World War II. He briefly touched on the Holocaust, saying he wasnt proud of Hitlers evil against the Jewish people, but thats a matter of reckon. He then praised Hitlers leadership and compared himself to Hitler.

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Hidden photo of Obama and Nation of Islam leader Louis …

A photo of former President Barack Obama and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan from 2005 surfaced on Thursday after more than a decade of a journalist keeping the encounter under wraps.

The photo of Obama and Farrakhan was taken at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting in 2005, but it never reached the public eye after the caucus asked the photographer, Askia Muhammad, to hand it over in fear that it would stain Obamas political future.

I sort of understood what was going on, Muhammad told Talking Points Memo, who was allowed to print the picture with his permission. I promised and made arrangements to give the picture to Leonard Farrakhan, the leaders chief-of-staff and son-in-law.

The Congressional Black Caucus allegedly contacted Muhammad in a panic shortly after the event and asked him to hand over the photograph. Muhammad said he made a copy of the photograph on his computer before he gave the disk from his camera over to a staff member.

Realizing that I had given it up, I mean, it was sort of like a promise to keep the photograph secret, the photographer said, while explaining he didnt release his copy because he didnt want to betray that promise.

I was really, I guess, afraid of them, he continued. Muhammad was afraid that someone would break into his apartment in search of the photo, like that Watergate crap if he was to ever release it.

During the 2008 presidential election, Farrakhan made headlines for his alleged ties to then-Senator Obama and his anti-Semitic remarks, which Obama denounced during a debate.

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Controversial Photo With Barack Obama and Louis Farrakhan …

A photo of former President Barack Obamaand Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan has surfaced on the Internet, an image that could have mired the politician’s campaign in controversy. Obama, who was an Illinois senator at the time, met the contentious speaker at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting in 2005.

The journalist who took the photo,Askia Muhammad, reportedly told Trice Edney News Wire that it was kept under wraps out of fear that it would have “made a difference” on Obama’s political future. He also claimed that he”gave the picture up at the time and basically swore secrecy.”

Although it’s natural for prominent leaders to snag a photo together, Islamophobia runs rampant in the United States and during Obama’s campaign, Donald Trump led a charge declaring that the former President is Muslim and was not born in the country. Farrakhan is also known for his controversial and anti-Semiticstatements.

Back in March 2016, Farrakhan praised then-presidential candidate Donald Trump for being “the only man that stood in front of some members of the Jewish community and told them ‘I dont want your money.'”

But since the controversial statements by Barack Obama’s former pastorJeremiah Wright didn’t bring him down, there’s a chance that this photo wouldn’t have either. He’s just too smooth. And to be fair, taking a photo isn’t nearly as bad asallegedly discriminating against Haitian immigrants,pushing the doomsday clock closer with your policies or being investigated for having questionable ties to Russia and sending an order to try to fire the guy investigating you for those alleged ties.

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Obama with Farrakhan in 2005: The hidden pic

Journalist who took pic of then-Illinois Sen. Barack Obama and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan in 2005 at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting says he didn’t make it public because he believes it would have impacted Obama’s political future.

Photojournalist Askia Muhammad released a photo this week showing former President Barack Obama and the controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan from Obama’s years as a state senator — and the photographer revealed Thursday that theCongressional Black Caucus had pressured him for more than a decade to keep it hidden.

Muhammad told the Trice Edney News Wire last week that he believed that the image absolutely would have made a difference in the 2008 presidential campaign had it been made public.

The image taken in 2005 at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting on Capitol Hill showed then-Senator Obama, a young Democrat from Illinois, smiling side-by-side with Farrakhan.

Muhammad told Fox News Tucker Carlson that the same day he snapped the photo, the CBC contacted him.

A staff member from the black caucus called me and said we have to have the picture back, and I was kind of taken aback. And we talked a couple of times on the phone after that, and I said Okay, I will give the picture back to Minister Farrakhans chief of staff, he said on Tucker Carlson Tonight.

He added that after he gave the original copy to Farrakhans staff, he kept his own copy but remained quiet.

I gave the original disk to him and in a sense swore myself to secrecy because I had quietly made a copy for myself, Muhammad said. Its my picture, its my art, and its my intellectual property. I owned it and I wanted to keep it.

He said the CBC called him while he was still on Capitol Hill and he believed that it was because they sensed the future.

Minister Farrakhan and his reputation would hurt someone trying to win acceptance in the broad cross-section, he said, referring to the possibility at the time that the young senator was being considered for a presidential run.

Muhammad also said that Obama had, at some point, people from the Nation of Islam working on his staff and in his offices.

In fact he had people from the Nation of Islam working on his staff and in his office in the Chicago, his Senate staff. The members of the Nation of Islam helped him in his Senate campaign and on the South Side of Chicago.

The Congressional Black Caucus did not immediately reply to Fox News request for a comment.

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New Photo Of Obama With Louis Farrakhan | The Daily Caller

A new photo has emerged that shows former President Barack Obama posing with Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the black nationalist hate group Nation of Islam.

The photo shows then Democratic Illinois Sen. Barack Obama smiling with Farrakhan at aCongressional Black Caucus meeting in 2005. Farrakhan is known for embracing radically anti-Semitic and anti-white views, as even the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center has acknowledged.

Journalist Askia Muhammed said he took the photo but decided to suppress its publication in order to protect Obamas presidential ambitions. Now that Obamas political career is over, Muhammad is going public with the picture and publishing it in a new book called The Autobiography of Charles 67X.

The photo was first publishedlast week by the Trice Edney News Wire, a provocative, empowering, unapologetically Black wire news service that interviewed Muhammad. The veteran journalist told the news service that hegave the picture up at the time and basically swore secrecy to protect Obama.

But after the nomination was secured and all the way up until the inauguration; then for eight years after he was President, it was kept under cover, he said, referencing keeping the photo under wraps to protect Obamas career. It absolutely would have made a difference.

Muhammad is a veteran journalist who has won awards from theNational Association of Black Journalists. (RELATED:Farrakhan Tells Black Soldiers To Desert For The Day Of Judgment For Whites)

Obamas ties to Farrakhan became an issue during the 2008 campaign, after Hillary Clinton slammed Obama for being slow to disavow the hate group leaders endorsement.

I obviously cant censor him, but it is not support that I sought, Obama said at the time, according to CNN. And were not doing anything, I assure you, formally or informally with Minister Farrakhan. Obama added: I cant say to somebody that he cant say that he thinks Im a good guy.

Pushed by Clinton, Obama finally denounced Farrakhan, saying thatif the word reject Senator Clinton feels is stronger than the word denounce, then Im happy to concede the point, and I would reject and denounce.

The new photo shows Obama was closer to Farrakhan than he let on.

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Louis Farrakhan: We Need to Put the … – theblaze.com

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan expressed contempt for the American flag Wednesday, telling hundreds gathered in a D.C. church that it is a symbol of racism and needs to be brought down.

The controversial figure spoke at the Metropolitan AME Church, just one week after a white male shot and killed nine individuals at a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina.

White folks march with you because they dont want you upset in the city,Farrakhan said during his speech, a portion which was published online by WMAL. They dont give a damn about them nine. When they arrested that skunk . they took him to the Burger King.

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Man just killed nine human beings, and you know what they were saying? You did a good job. Kill all them n******!’ he added.

Farrakhan then took aim at the American flag.

I dont know what the hell the fight is about over the Confederate flag! We need to put the American flag down because weve caught as much hell under that as the Confederate flag! he said.

Who are we fighting today? Its the people that carry the American flag,Farrakhan continued. What flag do the police have? What flag flies over the non-Justice Department? What flag flies over the White House?

The Nation of Islam leader said that taking the Confederate flag is easy, but not enough.

On Tuesday, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh made a prediction that the American flag would come under assault after the Confederate flag. At the time he said, Do not doubt me.

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After honoring Louis Farrakhan, Mayor Mayo calls out media …

MONROE, La. (KNOE) – Update: Sat 12:05 AM, Dec 30, 2017

Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo, Why did you give Louis Farrakhan a Key to the City?

Long before racial tensions spiked across the country in 2017, there’s been an unspoken, but oft recognized, racial divide in Monroe. And it’s not only an intangible one, but also a physical one: a north side and a south side. So why did the mayor, in the name of the city of Monroe, honor a man who leads an organization that’s been designated a hate group for its anti-Semitic, homophobic, and black separatist views?

Instead of answering a question many residents want answered, the mayor called us out at a city council meeting. He’s also called us unprofessional in our pursuit to get the answers you want. So we have a message for you and Mr. Mayo.

You can watch or read our full response to Mayor Mayo by clicking the following link.

[UPDATE: KNOE RESPONDS TO MAYOR MAYO]

Update: Thu 10:40 AM, Dec 28, 2017

At Wednesday night’s city council meeting, Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo said it’s time that city leaders and the public openly discuss the racial issues facing Monroe. He said he reached the decision after experiencing the controversy surrounding his decision to honor Louis Farrakhan in mid-December.

Mayor Mayo said, “What’s so strange to me is all the hoopla over this. And as I said when I gave an interview, an exclusive interview, to one of the media outlets… that on one side, on the north side, people were appalled and said that. And on the south side, some people were chiding me because I didn’t call them in to meet with Mr. Farrakhan.”

[READ MORE: Farrakhan controversy comes to a head at city council meeting]

Mayor Mayo went on to say that he’s concerned with the racism that’s surfaced in the Monroe community since this story broke. He issued a challenge to residents who are aggressive online but never show up to public meetings.

“I’m going to call a meeting. And we’re going to see who’s bold enough to come to talk about race…. and who’s going to hide behind Facebook and all other types of social media, but not show their faces.”

[WATCH FULL VIDEO: Mayo addresses controversy and calls out KNOE (4:13)]

Mayo went on to criticize KNOE’s coverage of the events surrounding Farrakhan’s visit and our persistence to get the answer to one question many people still want him to answer: Why did you give Farrakhan the key to the city?

For now, Mayor Mayo is refusing to answer that question.

Original: Wed 6:40 AM, Dec 27, 2017

More controversy in Monroe over Louis Farrakhan’s recent visit to the city and what some people say it represents: a city divided.

Before a city council meeting Wednesday night, multiple Monroe residents called on Mayor Jamie Mayo to apologize for publicly honoring a man who has long served as the leader of a designated hate group. Mayo gave Farrakhan a Key to the City to last week, a symbolic honor naming Farrakhan a friend of Monroe. The move upset many people who don’t think the city should be associated with someone like Farrakhan.

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What’s so controversial about Louis Farrakhan? Many people will tell you it is his position as the leader of an American-based group called “Nation of Islam”. The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate speech and actions, has designated the Nation of Islam a hate group. The Southern Poverty Law Center is an independent organization which has spent decades fighting for civil rights. The group has been instrumental in fighting against hate speech of all kinds, most notably that of the KKK. They are considered an authority on hate groups in the United States.

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Before the city council meeting, a few people stood outside with signs on which had been scrawled things like stop the hate and “racial hate divides”. One protester told KNOE, “[Mayo] needs to apologize to Catholics, all white people, and all Christians in this city.” Another said, “Without a doubt, there is a racial problem and Farrakhan just adds to that. And that’s one reason we stand against him.”

[READ MORE: Nation of Islam defends its leader, Louis Farrakhan]

KNOE has asked Mayor Mayo several times why he decided to give Farrakhan a key to the city. So far, he has refused to answer.

[WATCH VIDEO: Mayo addresses controversy and calls out KNOE (4:13)]

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Minister Louis Farrakhan Explains The Star of David – YouTube

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan breaks down the symbolic meaning behind the Jewish Star of David. This excerpt was taken from the lecture, “Who Are The Real Children of Israel: The Proof” on July 11, 2010. Order at http://store.finalcall.com or call (866) 602-1230.

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The Photo That Never Saw The Light of Day: Obama With …

A journalist announced last week that he will publish a photograph of then-Illinois Sen. Barack Obama (D) and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan that he took in 2005 at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting, but did not make public because he believed it would have made a difference to Obamas political future. The photographer, Askia Muhammad,toldthe Trice Edney News Wire that he gave the picture up at the time and basically swore secrecy. But after the nomination was secured and all the way up until the inauguration; then for eight years after he was President, it was kept under cover, Muhammad said. Asked whether he thought the photos release would have affected Obamas presidential campaign, Muhammad said, I insist. It absolutely would have made a difference. Reached by TPM on Thursday, Muhammad said a staff member for the CBC contacted him sort of in a panic after he took the photo at a caucus meeting in 2005. TPM has published the photo above with Muhammads permission. Isort of understood what was going on, Muhammad told TPM. I promised and made arrangements to give the picture to Leonard Farrakhan, the ministers son-in-law and chief of staff. Muhammad said he gave away the disk from his camera but copied the photograph from that day onto a file on his computer. Realizing that I had given it up, I mean, it was sort of like a promise to keep the photograph secret, Muhammad said. Muhammad said he did not release his copy of the photograph because he thought it would be perceived as a betrayal of that promise: I was really, I guess, afraid of them. Muhammad said he thought the photograph would be damaging politically if it were released and was afraid that someone might break into his apartment looking for it, like that Watergate crap. Hesaid he felt a little bit more at ease after Farrakhan in 2016claimed that Obama visited his home in Chicago. Muhammad contacted Farrakhan in autumn 2017 with the final manuscript for a self-published book containing the photo. I sent him a copy of the manuscript suggesting that, showing him the picture, and saying to him, if he did not object, I was going to publish it, Muhammad said. He had no objection. Muhammad also told TPM that around the time he took the photo, he asked Obama about a perceived resemblance to Farrakhan. I asked the senator, Has anyone ever told you that you resemble Minister Farrakhan?’ Muhammad said. And he said what I thought was the perfect answer: Well, hes much better looking than I am.’ TPM learned about the photograph and Muhammads upcoming book from a write-up in Richard Princes Journal-isms newsletter. A spokesperson for the Congressional Black Caucus suggested that TPM contact the caucus former chair, Mel Watt, who now leads the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Watt did not immediately respond to TPMs request for comment. A spokesperson for Obama referred TPM to remarks he made in 1995 after attending the Million Man March that Farrakhan organized. At the time, Obama said that anti-Semitic and anti-Asian statements are not going to lift us up and said the marchs organizers were lacking a positive agenda, a coherent agenda for change. Muhammad is the news director at Washington, D.C. radio station WPFW and has served as the head of the Washington offices of the Nation of Islams official newspaper, TheFinal Call. Farrakhan is a minister who leads the Nation of Islam and has made anti-Semiticremarks. During Obamas presidential campaign, conservatives pushed multiple apparently racially motivated conspiracy theories about Obamas religion and supposed ties to Islam. During the 2008 presidential election, conservatives questioned the indirect ties between Farrakhan and Obama, who attended a church that gave Farrakhan an award. At a 2008 presidential debate in Cleveland, Obama said he had been very clear in his denunciation of Farrakhans remarks. I did not solicit his support, Obama said, referring to Farrakhans praise for his candidacy.I cant say to somebody that he cant say that he thinks Im a good guy. This post has been updated.

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A new photo of former President Barack Obama and hate group leader Louis Farrakhan has emerged, showing that Obama was more friendly with Farrakhan than he let on publicly. Farrakhan, leader of the black nationalist group Nation of Islam, has a decades-long track record of spouting hate against Jews, gays and white people. His bigotry has even been catalogued by the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center. His extremism was well-documented in 2005, when newly elected Illinois Sen. Barack Obama met with Farrakhan at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting and took a smiling photo with him. The photo took place just two years before Obama announced his presidential campaign. Obama was non-committal on his relationship with Farrakhanduring his first campaign and was hesitant to reject Farrakhans endorsement. I obviously cant censor him, but it is not support that I sought, Obama said at the time,according to CNN. And were not doing anything, I assure you, formally or informally with Minister Farrakhan. He later rejected Farrakhans support after Hillary Clinton attacked him for it, saying: if the word reject Senator Clinton feels is stronger than the word denounce, then Im happy to concede the point, and I would reject and denounce. New ties between Obama and Farrakhan have surfaced just as Obamas political career winds down. Farrakhan said at an event in 2016 that Obama visited him in Chicago shortly before the senator launched his campaign for president in 2007. Farrakhan also referenced a picture of himself and Obama during his speech, although its not clear if he was referring to the same 2005 photo. Farrakhan also said that the Nation of Islam backed Obamas early political career in Chicago, dating all the way back to 1996. Here are some of the things Farrakhan has said about Jews, gays people and white people. Farrakhan has consistently described Jews as the Synagogue of Satan and has claimed that the Satanic Jews control everything and mostly everybody. In 2011, he said: Some of you think that Im just somebody whos got something out for the Jewish people. Youre stupid. Do you think I would waste my time if I did not think it was important for you to know Satan? My job is to pull the cover off of Satan so that he will never deceive you and the people of the world again. The Jews have been so bad at politics they lost half their population in the Holocaust. They thought they could trust in Hitler, and they helped him get the Third Reich on the road,Farrakhanclaimedin 1998. White people deserve to die, and they know, so they think its us coming to do it, Farrakhan saidin 2015. He has also called white people white devils, potential humans who havent evolved yet and sinful by nature. (RELATED:Farrakhan On Ferguson: Well Tear This G**damn Country Up! [VIDEO]) Farrakhan has repeatedly accused the Jews of being behind the September 11 terrorist attacks, which he claims was a false flag attack. In 2015, for example, he claimed that there were many Israelis and Zionist Jews in key roles in the 9/11 attacks and claimed that many Jews received a text message not to come to work on September 11. Farrakhan claimed in 2016 that Osama Bin Laden didnt destroy the Twin Towers.That was a false flag operation to take the worlds attention away from the great disunity in America after George W. Bush stole the election. Im not into integration. I aint for that. God told the Jews, he didnt want you intermarrying with others. But you disobeyed him. He dont want us uniting into this that hes come to judge. You cant integrate with wickedness if you want righteousness, Farrakhan said in 2003, two years before he was photographed meeting Obama. Opposing interracial marriage has been a consistent position for Farrakhan. Now God dont want you intermarrying with [white women], Farrakhan said in a 2016 speech posted to Facebook. The fact is that God wanted us to be with ourselves, us with our women, he respected white people who wanted to keep their race white, because we sure want to keep ours from being any further mongrelized. WATCH: Speaking at an event in 2015, Farrkahan said of Jews in Hollywood: Youre Gods chosen people? And you promote something that God rejects? Youve lost your covenant status! You are not the chosen of God, you are the chosen of Satan! Youre promoting homosexuality. God doesnt. You promote filth. God condemns it! Farrakhan spoke positively about comparisons between himself and Adolf Hitler in 1984. The Jews dont like Farrakhan, so they call me Hitler. Well, thats a good name. Hitler was a very great man. Farrakhan praised Hitlers leadership against the United States in World War II. He briefly touched on the Holocaust, saying he wasnt proud of Hitlers evil against the Jewish people, but thats a matter of reckon. He then praised Hitlers leadership and compared himself to Hitler. WATCH:

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A photo of former President Barack Obama and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan from 2005 surfaced on Thursday after more than a decade of a journalist keeping the encounter under wraps. The photo of Obama and Farrakhan was taken at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting in 2005, but it never reached the public eye after the caucus asked the photographer, Askia Muhammad, to hand it over in fear that it would stain Obamas political future. I sort of understood what was going on, Muhammad told Talking Points Memo, who was allowed to print the picture with his permission. I promised and made arrangements to give the picture to Leonard Farrakhan, the leaders chief-of-staff and son-in-law. The Congressional Black Caucus allegedly contacted Muhammad in a panic shortly after the event and asked him to hand over the photograph. Muhammad said he made a copy of the photograph on his computer before he gave the disk from his camera over to a staff member. Realizing that I had given it up, I mean, it was sort of like a promise to keep the photograph secret, the photographer said, while explaining he didnt release his copy because he didnt want to betray that promise. I was really, I guess, afraid of them, he continued. Muhammad was afraid that someone would break into his apartment in search of the photo, like that Watergate crap if he was to ever release it. During the 2008 presidential election, Farrakhan made headlines for his alleged ties to then-Senator Obama and his anti-Semitic remarks, which Obama denounced during a debate.

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Controversial Photo With Barack Obama and Louis Farrakhan …

A photo of former President Barack Obamaand Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan has surfaced on the Internet, an image that could have mired the politician’s campaign in controversy. Obama, who was an Illinois senator at the time, met the contentious speaker at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting in 2005. The journalist who took the photo,Askia Muhammad, reportedly told Trice Edney News Wire that it was kept under wraps out of fear that it would have “made a difference” on Obama’s political future. He also claimed that he”gave the picture up at the time and basically swore secrecy.” Although it’s natural for prominent leaders to snag a photo together, Islamophobia runs rampant in the United States and during Obama’s campaign, Donald Trump led a charge declaring that the former President is Muslim and was not born in the country. Farrakhan is also known for his controversial and anti-Semiticstatements. Back in March 2016, Farrakhan praised then-presidential candidate Donald Trump for being “the only man that stood in front of some members of the Jewish community and told them ‘I dont want your money.'” But since the controversial statements by Barack Obama’s former pastorJeremiah Wright didn’t bring him down, there’s a chance that this photo wouldn’t have either. He’s just too smooth. And to be fair, taking a photo isn’t nearly as bad asallegedly discriminating against Haitian immigrants,pushing the doomsday clock closer with your policies or being investigated for having questionable ties to Russia and sending an order to try to fire the guy investigating you for those alleged ties.

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Congressional Black Caucus buried 2005 Obama-Farrakhan photo …

Obama with Farrakhan in 2005: The hidden pic Journalist who took pic of then-Illinois Sen. Barack Obama and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan in 2005 at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting says he didn’t make it public because he believes it would have impacted Obama’s political future. Photojournalist Askia Muhammad released a photo this week showing former President Barack Obama and the controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan from Obama’s years as a state senator — and the photographer revealed Thursday that theCongressional Black Caucus had pressured him for more than a decade to keep it hidden. Muhammad told the Trice Edney News Wire last week that he believed that the image absolutely would have made a difference in the 2008 presidential campaign had it been made public. The image taken in 2005 at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting on Capitol Hill showed then-Senator Obama, a young Democrat from Illinois, smiling side-by-side with Farrakhan. Muhammad told Fox News Tucker Carlson that the same day he snapped the photo, the CBC contacted him. A staff member from the black caucus called me and said we have to have the picture back, and I was kind of taken aback. And we talked a couple of times on the phone after that, and I said Okay, I will give the picture back to Minister Farrakhans chief of staff, he said on Tucker Carlson Tonight. He added that after he gave the original copy to Farrakhans staff, he kept his own copy but remained quiet. I gave the original disk to him and in a sense swore myself to secrecy because I had quietly made a copy for myself, Muhammad said. Its my picture, its my art, and its my intellectual property. I owned it and I wanted to keep it. He said the CBC called him while he was still on Capitol Hill and he believed that it was because they sensed the future. Minister Farrakhan and his reputation would hurt someone trying to win acceptance in the broad cross-section, he said, referring to the possibility at the time that the young senator was being considered for a presidential run. Muhammad also said that Obama had, at some point, people from the Nation of Islam working on his staff and in his offices. In fact he had people from the Nation of Islam working on his staff and in his office in the Chicago, his Senate staff. The members of the Nation of Islam helped him in his Senate campaign and on the South Side of Chicago. The Congressional Black Caucus did not immediately reply to Fox News request for a comment.

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January 28, 2018   Posted in: Louis Farrakhan  Comments Closed

New Photo Of Obama With Louis Farrakhan | The Daily Caller

A new photo has emerged that shows former President Barack Obama posing with Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the black nationalist hate group Nation of Islam. The photo shows then Democratic Illinois Sen. Barack Obama smiling with Farrakhan at aCongressional Black Caucus meeting in 2005. Farrakhan is known for embracing radically anti-Semitic and anti-white views, as even the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center has acknowledged. Journalist Askia Muhammed said he took the photo but decided to suppress its publication in order to protect Obamas presidential ambitions. Now that Obamas political career is over, Muhammad is going public with the picture and publishing it in a new book called The Autobiography of Charles 67X. The photo was first publishedlast week by the Trice Edney News Wire, a provocative, empowering, unapologetically Black wire news service that interviewed Muhammad. The veteran journalist told the news service that hegave the picture up at the time and basically swore secrecy to protect Obama. But after the nomination was secured and all the way up until the inauguration; then for eight years after he was President, it was kept under cover, he said, referencing keeping the photo under wraps to protect Obamas career. It absolutely would have made a difference. Muhammad is a veteran journalist who has won awards from theNational Association of Black Journalists. (RELATED:Farrakhan Tells Black Soldiers To Desert For The Day Of Judgment For Whites) Obamas ties to Farrakhan became an issue during the 2008 campaign, after Hillary Clinton slammed Obama for being slow to disavow the hate group leaders endorsement. I obviously cant censor him, but it is not support that I sought, Obama said at the time, according to CNN. And were not doing anything, I assure you, formally or informally with Minister Farrakhan. Obama added: I cant say to somebody that he cant say that he thinks Im a good guy. Pushed by Clinton, Obama finally denounced Farrakhan, saying thatif the word reject Senator Clinton feels is stronger than the word denounce, then Im happy to concede the point, and I would reject and denounce. The new photo shows Obama was closer to Farrakhan than he let on.

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Louis Farrakhan: We Need to Put the … – theblaze.com

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan expressed contempt for the American flag Wednesday, telling hundreds gathered in a D.C. church that it is a symbol of racism and needs to be brought down. The controversial figure spoke at the Metropolitan AME Church, just one week after a white male shot and killed nine individuals at a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina. White folks march with you because they dont want you upset in the city,Farrakhan said during his speech, a portion which was published online by WMAL. They dont give a damn about them nine. When they arrested that skunk . they took him to the Burger King. [sharequote align=right]Farrakhan:We need to put the American flag down[/sharequote] Man just killed nine human beings, and you know what they were saying? You did a good job. Kill all them n******!’ he added. Farrakhan then took aim at the American flag. I dont know what the hell the fight is about over the Confederate flag! We need to put the American flag down because weve caught as much hell under that as the Confederate flag! he said. Who are we fighting today? Its the people that carry the American flag,Farrakhan continued. What flag do the police have? What flag flies over the non-Justice Department? What flag flies over the White House? The Nation of Islam leader said that taking the Confederate flag is easy, but not enough. On Tuesday, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh made a prediction that the American flag would come under assault after the Confederate flag. At the time he said, Do not doubt me. Follow Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) on Twitter

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After honoring Louis Farrakhan, Mayor Mayo calls out media …

MONROE, La. (KNOE) – Update: Sat 12:05 AM, Dec 30, 2017 Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo, Why did you give Louis Farrakhan a Key to the City? Long before racial tensions spiked across the country in 2017, there’s been an unspoken, but oft recognized, racial divide in Monroe. And it’s not only an intangible one, but also a physical one: a north side and a south side. So why did the mayor, in the name of the city of Monroe, honor a man who leads an organization that’s been designated a hate group for its anti-Semitic, homophobic, and black separatist views? Instead of answering a question many residents want answered, the mayor called us out at a city council meeting. He’s also called us unprofessional in our pursuit to get the answers you want. So we have a message for you and Mr. Mayo. You can watch or read our full response to Mayor Mayo by clicking the following link. [UPDATE: KNOE RESPONDS TO MAYOR MAYO] Update: Thu 10:40 AM, Dec 28, 2017 At Wednesday night’s city council meeting, Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo said it’s time that city leaders and the public openly discuss the racial issues facing Monroe. He said he reached the decision after experiencing the controversy surrounding his decision to honor Louis Farrakhan in mid-December. Mayor Mayo said, “What’s so strange to me is all the hoopla over this. And as I said when I gave an interview, an exclusive interview, to one of the media outlets… that on one side, on the north side, people were appalled and said that. And on the south side, some people were chiding me because I didn’t call them in to meet with Mr. Farrakhan.” [READ MORE: Farrakhan controversy comes to a head at city council meeting] Mayor Mayo went on to say that he’s concerned with the racism that’s surfaced in the Monroe community since this story broke. He issued a challenge to residents who are aggressive online but never show up to public meetings. “I’m going to call a meeting. And we’re going to see who’s bold enough to come to talk about race…. and who’s going to hide behind Facebook and all other types of social media, but not show their faces.” [WATCH FULL VIDEO: Mayo addresses controversy and calls out KNOE (4:13)] Mayo went on to criticize KNOE’s coverage of the events surrounding Farrakhan’s visit and our persistence to get the answer to one question many people still want him to answer: Why did you give Farrakhan the key to the city? For now, Mayor Mayo is refusing to answer that question. Original: Wed 6:40 AM, Dec 27, 2017 More controversy in Monroe over Louis Farrakhan’s recent visit to the city and what some people say it represents: a city divided. Before a city council meeting Wednesday night, multiple Monroe residents called on Mayor Jamie Mayo to apologize for publicly honoring a man who has long served as the leader of a designated hate group. Mayo gave Farrakhan a Key to the City to last week, a symbolic honor naming Farrakhan a friend of Monroe. The move upset many people who don’t think the city should be associated with someone like Farrakhan. [READ MORE: Mayo gives Farrakhan key to the city] What’s so controversial about Louis Farrakhan? Many people will tell you it is his position as the leader of an American-based group called “Nation of Islam”. The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate speech and actions, has designated the Nation of Islam a hate group. The Southern Poverty Law Center is an independent organization which has spent decades fighting for civil rights. The group has been instrumental in fighting against hate speech of all kinds, most notably that of the KKK. They are considered an authority on hate groups in the United States. [READ MORE: Farrakhan speaks as he receives the Key to the City] Before the city council meeting, a few people stood outside with signs on which had been scrawled things like stop the hate and “racial hate divides”. One protester told KNOE, “[Mayo] needs to apologize to Catholics, all white people, and all Christians in this city.” Another said, “Without a doubt, there is a racial problem and Farrakhan just adds to that. And that’s one reason we stand against him.” [READ MORE: Nation of Islam defends its leader, Louis Farrakhan] KNOE has asked Mayor Mayo several times why he decided to give Farrakhan a key to the city. So far, he has refused to answer. [WATCH VIDEO: Mayo addresses controversy and calls out KNOE (4:13)]

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Minister Louis Farrakhan Explains The Star of David – YouTube

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan breaks down the symbolic meaning behind the Jewish Star of David. This excerpt was taken from the lecture, “Who Are The Real Children of Israel: The Proof” on July 11, 2010. Order at http://store.finalcall.com or call (866) 602-1230.

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