New Black Panthers

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New Black Panthers is a far-left black-supremacist organization founded in Dallas, Texas in 1989. Its current chairman is Malik Zulu Shabazz. New Black Panthers is widely considered anti-Semitic, racist, and supportive of violence and ethnic nationalism.[1] On September 27, 2010, New Black Panther leader Malik Zulu Shabazz and Louis Farrakhan met with illegitimate Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to build an alliance, secure raw materials and overthrow America.[2][3]

Malik Zulu Shabazz appeared on the O'Reilly Factor and accused Michelle Malkin of being a "political prostitute"; moreover, on May 15, 2007, Malik Zulu Shabazz blamed the "Jewish lobby" after he was denied entry into Canada. Khallid Abdul Muhammad who served as the organization's chairman from 1993 until his death in 2001 voiced notoriously antisemitic and racist comments. He called Jews "bloodsuckers," called for genocide against whites. He later recalled:

I called them [Jews] bloodsuckers. I'm not going to change that. Our lessons talk about the bloodsuckers of the poor in the supreme wisdom of the Nation of Islam. It's that old no-good Jew, that old imposter Jew, that old hooked-nose, bagel-eating, lox-eating, Johnny-come-lately perpetrating a fraud, just crawled out of the caves and hills of Europe, so-called damn Jew. . . and I feel everything I'm saying up here is kosher.[4]

In 2008, during the election cycle, Shabazz, alongside fellow members Minister King Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, intimidated various white voters in front of a polling booth in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was later caught on film by a passing pedestrian and placed onto YouTube,[5][6] eventually leading to their prosecution and acquittal by the DOJ (with Holder running it during the latter event).

Members of the previous Black Panther Party have repudiated and rebuked the New Black Panthers.[7][8]

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