West Bank – Farrakhan determines his position

On December 14, 1997, as part of an extensive three-month tour encompassing 52 nations, the head of the Nation of Islam, a figure often at the center of controversy, unexpectedly visited the West Bank. Expressing no animosity toward Jewish people, the African-American Muslim leader asserted his intention to assist in resolving the stagnant peace negotiations. In the midst of a crowd with onlookers and media personnel, a man stands dressed formally in a suit and bow tie, speaking into a microphone held by an interviewer. His expression is serious and communicative, and he wears spectacles. Behind him, the crowd appears attentive, with several individuals visibly recording the event.

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