Farrakhan Claims That Hunting ‘Satanic Jews’ is Not a Matter of Hate

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Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan delivered a sermon at a welcoming Catholic church Thursday in which he said, 'I'm here to separate the good Jews from the Satanic Jews. I have not said one word of hate." (AP photo)

The Daily Mail – Louis Farrakhan insisted he does not hate the Jewish people and only seeks to separate the good Jews from the Satanic Jews in a sermon at a Catholic church.

The Nation of Islam leader, 85, was invited to speak at the Saint Sabina Catholic Church in Chicago May 9 – one week after he was barred from Facebook for violating their ban on dangerous individuals. He claimed he had not said one word of hate, the New York Post reported.

The controversial minister, who recently referred to Jews as termites, went on to insist he, “does not hate Jewish people” and only seeks to separate “good Jews” from the “Satanic.”

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