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Louis Farrakhan Visits Iran, Compares Trump to Satan

TEL AVIV – Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan on a visit to Tehran described President Donald Trump as a lying Satan and urged Iranians to resist American “plots” against Iran and other Muslim countries, according to a report by the state-affiliated Islamic Republic News Agency.

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Louis Farrakhan on Trump: ‘He Is Destroying Our Enemies’

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan offered cautious praise for President Donald Trump in an interview with a Chicago radio station earlier this month — though he still warned that the president is leading the country to “hell on a rocket ship.”

Barack Obama and Louis Farrakhan (Askia Muhammad via TriceEdnyWire.com)

More Than a Photo: Obama’s Close Associations With Notorious Anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan

TEL AVIV — Amid reports that a 2005 photograph of Barack Obama posing with Louis Farrakhan, the notorious anti-Semitic, anti-American leader of the Nation of Islam, was deliberately suppressed, it may be instructive to recall the former two-term president’s larger ties to Farrakhan, radical associations that run deeper than one picture from 13-years ago.

Barack Obama and Louis Farrakhan (Askia Muhammad via TriceEdnyWire.com)

Obama-Farrakhan Photo Released After 13-Year Media Cover-up

A photograph of then-Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan that was taken in 2005 at a meeting of the Congressional Black Caucus in Washington, DC, has been released after a 13-year cover-up to protect Obama’s political career.

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‘White Devils’: Muhammad Ali’s Racist Mosque Speeches Revealed

FBI files detailing speeches delivered by heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali in American mosques in the 1960s show a different, more racist and radical face of the famed sportsman. The speeches feature Ali calling whites “crackers” and “white devils,” and telling black congregants that blacks want to be segregated from whites.