Excerpt from article, “In an hour-long discussion segment Minister Farrakhan answered questions put to him by Mr. Lindo about what he considered 'troubling' recent reports in the media. The questions related to reports of his blaming the Jews and Jewish people for the enslavement of blacks and other peoples, his reported expressions of anti-Semitism, and a call for measures or solutions to aid a relationship of understanding between the two groups.
In response Minster Farrakhan explained that he had been called the "Black Hitler" and accused of anti-Semitism by some Jewish leaders because of his association with the Jesse Jackson presidential campaign at a time when Jackson was thought by Jewish leaders to harbour anti-Semitic sentiments. "For nearly 18 years I have tried to resolve the conflict between us and the Jewish community in America. Never at any time have I ever wanted to see done to the Jewish people what Hitler did to the Jews. I harbour no evil or ill will towards the Jewish community." 👉🏾 Tell the truth about @louisfarrakhan ~ He is not an #antisemite #noisundays #NOI #Bible #Quran #Zionism #Farrakhan #Mosque46 #Judaism #ADL #marclamonthill #AlGreen - Read article online @ Jamaica Gleaner - Historic, Holy Alliance -Farrakhan meets Jews to end controversy - Sunday | March 24, 2002