Farrakhan In His Own Words
On the Holocaust
“I don't know how many Jews were killed. I know something happened in Nazi Germany, and if it's one million, two million, three million; it's one million, two million, three million too many. But to deny a person the right to challenge your articulation of numbers and to put you in jail if you deny aspects of the Holocaust... You can't speak about Jews. You can't criticize Jews. If you do, you're an anti-Semite.”
Holy Day of Atonement Keynote Address, Part 2, Mosque Maryam, , Chicago, Illinois 10/21/12
“…You can't even engage in constructive argument over the veracity of the figures of the Holocaust. We know something happened, sure, but you can't talk about it. In certain cities in Europe they arrest you and put you in prison for denying such.”
Saviours’ Day, Rosemont, Illinois, 3/1/09
"The Jews have been so bad at politics they lost half their population in the Holocaust. They thought they could trust in Hitler, and they helped him get the Third Reich on the road."
Saviours' Day Speech, Chicago, 2/22/98
"German Jews financed Hitler right here in America...International bankers financed Hitler and poor Jews died while big Jews were at the root of what you call the Holocaust...Little Jews died while big Jews made money. Little Jews [were] being turned into soap while big Jews washed themselves with it. Jews [were] playing violin, Jews [were] playing music, while other Jews [were] marching into the gas chambers..."
Mosque Maryam, Chicago, 3/19/95
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