Currently watching Hannity’s America. “Civil rights activist” Ron Daniels just said Louis Farrakhan isn’t an anti-Semite, because saying “Judaism is a gutter religion” doesn’t really mean he hates Judaism and its practitioners; instead, it’s just a critique that Jews don’t always practice what they preach.
These apologists are a dime-a-dozen, but it is noteworthy that Sean Hannity treats this fraud with kid gloves. Indeed, is there any heinous left-winger he won’t deem a “good friend?”
[Flashback: Hannity’s Hypocrisy vs. Sharpton]
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You would have a point but Farrakhan never dissed the religion of Judaism.>>See: http://www.noi.org/statements/rift/Wanniski12-22-1997.htm>><>Countless times over the years I have explained that I never referred to Judaism as a dirty religion, but, clearly referred to the machinations of those who hide behind the shield of Judaism while using unjust political means to achieve their objectives. This was distilled in the New York tabloids and other media saying, “Farrakhan calls Judaism a gutter religion.” >>As a Muslim, I revere Abraham, Moses, and all the Prophets who Allah (God) sent to the children of Israel. I believe in the scriptures brought by these Prophets and the Laws of Allah (God) as expressed in the Torah. I would never refer to the Revealed Word of Allah (God) — the basis of Jewish Faith — as “dirty” or “gutter.” You know, Jude, as well as I, that the Revealed Word of Allah (God) comes as a Message from Allah (God) to purify us from our evil that has divided us and caused us to fall into the gutter. >>Over the centuries, the evils of Christians, Jews and Muslims have dirtied their respective religions. True Faith in the laws and Teaching of Abraham, Jesus and Muhammad is not dirty, but, practices in the name of these religions can be unclean and can cause people to look upon the misrepresented religion as being unclean.<>
Given Farrakhan’s history – here are just a couple examples:>http://switch5.castup.net/frames/20041020_MemriTV_Popup/video_480x360.asp?ai=214&ar=1407wmv&ak=null>>http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ZDVjN2JjMTdiYjljOWU4NzEwNzNiNDVkYjQwMzI2ZjA=>>I’m not inclined to believe his spin. Even so, the primary focus of the post was how Daniels defneded the statement, as characterized by Hannity.