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Farrakhan Challenges Pope to 'Jesus Showdown' Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Feb 13, 2014, 12:08 AM

The Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, a black supremacist, claims that he knows more about Jesus than Pope Francis does. Yet, he contends that Jesus supports an Islamist jihad and is fervently anti-Christian. That's because Jesus knows "white people are evil," according to Farrakhan.

The Washington Times reports that, "Fiery Louis Farrakhan of Nation of Islam fame said during his weekly video sermon that white people have a history of stirring up trouble, and that Allah has chosen blacks “to give life” and sit at the “top of civilization.”

Farrakhan is quoted as saying that, “I say to the Pope and all the lovers of Jesus, if you desire, let’s have a showdown. You call the Jesus that you know, and I’ll call on the Jesus that I know, and let’s see which one of us really knows Jesus.”

According to the Washington Times, "Mr. Farrakhan quoted widely from Elijah Muhammed, a former leader of the Nation of Islam, in making his case for the abolition of whites, The Blaze reported."

Farrakhan called for all black people to stand up and revolt against the 'white people,' because they are "disagreeable to live with in peace."

To read the entire article from the Washington Times, link here:

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written by Jesus Wins , February 14, 2014

This is a shameful misrepresentation of Minister Farrakhan and his comments. I took the time to watch The Time and What Must be Done on YouTube and this summary is NOT what I got out of it. Also, Farrakhan is pictured with a white man in the photo published with this article. If some white people support him, there MUST be more to the story.

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