TRUTH JIHAD: “Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews”

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Guest: Dr. Ridgely Abdul-Mumin Muhammad (Ph.D. Agricultural Economics, Michigan State), Student Minister of Agriculture of the Nation of Islam, Vice-President of the National Black Farmers and Agriculturists Association, journalist at The Final Call newspaper and author of several books.

Did Jews play a disproportionate role in the transatlantic slave trade? (And if so, how disproportionate?) That is the question addressed in the Nation of Islam Research Group’s controversial blockbuster Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews – which has been denounced by the same people who are now attacking Louis Farrakhan for openly discussing Israel’s role in 9/11.

For my take, see: Dr. Kevin Barrett says Min. Farrakhan Is Right on 9/11

In this interview we discuss the Secret Relationship controversy, 9/11 truth, the mission of the Nation of Islam, and other issues.

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