“I will not sit — I will not sit down with Louis Farrakhan, period.”
On Tuesday, the social media platform introduced new rules prohibiting ”language that dehumanizes others on the basis of religion”
Farrakhan is a known anti-Semite who has called Jews “satanic” and compared them to “termites.”
“I do not hate Jewish people,” he claimed — right before saying he was “here to separate the good Jews from the satanic Jews.”
Banned from Facebook, the Nation of Islam Leader was invited to respond by a Catholic priest.
Farrakhan was one of several rightist figures, including Alex Jones and Laura Loomer, banned by Facebook.
It is hypocritical to call out Farrakhan for his anti-Semitism and then not call out Netanyahu for his support of racist Israeli political candidates.
“Everyone has a right to exist — I just don’t feel that anyone has a right to exist at the disposal of another group.”
“It’s not my language. It’s not the way that I speak, it is not how I organize. … “And I should never be judged through the lens of a man.”
Jewish women have a responsibility to show up in intersectional spaces and build a feminist movement grounded in love and shared values.