Appeals court upholds ‘black Jewish’ group’s right to spew hateful rhetoric in public

Appeals court upholds ‘black Jewish’ group’s right to spew hateful rhetoric in public

Published on October 21, 2014 By

A Pennsylvania appeals court upheld the right of black Hebrew Israelites to spew hateful slurs at passersby on city-owned property in Philadelphia.

A group from the Israelite School of Universal Practical Knowledge received city permits to speak near the Shops at Liberty Place, where they loudly declare their hatred toward white people and other racial groups and refer to women as whores.

“The scriptures say black woman, shut your damn mouth,” one man shouted at passersby, according to court documents. “That’s what the scriptures say. Learn in silence. The scriptures say learn in silence. You understand? Shut your mouth, black woman. You understand?”…

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