To the Editor:
Farrakhan has been pursuing the same anti-Semitic drivel since he appeared on the scene. A leopard doesn’t change its spots, and can you expect anything else but a grunt from a pig? Too bad he didn’t stick with his violin when he was playing it on the streets of Roxbury, Mass.
His following has slipped substanially over the years, and without wonder. Too bad he doesn’t preach against the white supremacist groups and their ilk.
We Jews have learned at least one thing — keeping quiet is hurtful, and we must speak up when the occasion arises rather than turn one’s cheek and be slapped on it.
Milton J. Wolk