Ilia Rashad Muhammad says he looks forward to discussing “the NOI’s general controversy with powerful members of the Jewish community, their role in slavery, their current role in mass deception and exploitation, and the divine work of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in uplifting humanity from their grips. Some of these topics are heavily emphasized in my latest book, Exposing The War Against Islam (2017).”
Along with being proactive in urban agriculture and beekeeping, Ilia Rashad Muhammad has also authored several highly acclaimed books including UFOS AND THE NATION OF ISLAM: The Source, Proof, And Reality Of The Wheels (2013) and Exposing The War Against Islam (2017).
Second hour: Henry Herskovitz reflects on the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Henry grew up Jewish, went to Hebrew school near the Tree of Life synagogue, and graduated from high school in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood.
[Halfway through the show former CIA Clandestine Services Officer Robert David Steele joins us to argue that the shooting was a false flag. Steele references his article Synagogue False Flag — BULLSHIT — FEMA Legalized Lies UPDATE 16: Why Zionists Kill Jews…]
Henry has been organizing vigils outside the Beth Israel congregation in Ann Arbor for many years. Below is the announcement he sent out a few days ago.
WfP Cancels Vigil for Nov. 3
Witness for Peace issued the following letter to Rabbi Nadav Caine of Beth Israel Congregation and hand delivered it to his office on Oct. 31. We will continue our weekly vigil restarting on Nov. 10.
Rabbi Nadav Caine
Beth Israel Congregation
Oct. 31, 2018
Dear Rabbi Caine,
We are Witness for Peace. We have held silent vigil for Palestine every Saturday morning for the past 15+ years in front of Beth Israel Congregation. We mourn the deaths of all innocents; Pittsburgh’s victims are certainly no exception. We abhor terrorism, whether it originates with the individual, group or state.
Out of respect for human lives lost and those who mourn them, we have elected to cancel our protest this Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018. We remember the innocent victims there, as we remember the innocent victims of violence everywhere.
I recognize this short note as an awkward greeting to you, and am open to introducing myself, discussing our vigils, this and other tragedies with you at any time and place of your choosing. Please feel free to share this letter with the Congregation.
With sadness and respect,
Witness for Peace