The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and radio host Cliff Kelley on Oct. 25, 2011 at WVON 1690AM Studio in Chicago. Photo: Timothy 6X

CHICAGO (FinalCall.com) – In his first major national interview since the death of Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan sat with prominent radio personality Cliff Kelley in studio at WVON 1690AM.

Minister Farrakhan entered the studio with an extremely serious look on his face and was very focused as Mr. Kelley asked him the how he was feeling.

“I feel like I have lost a very, very important member of my own family. I can’t take the assassination of Muammar Gadhafi lightly, as I could not take the assassination of my brother, or my mother, or my wife or my children lightly. That’s the kind of relationship that we had and that we have,” said Min. Farrakhan. “I come to say to the world that the Nation of Islam mourns the loss of a great brother leader, the Lion of the Desert, the Lion of Africa, and those who rejoice at his death, your laughter will turn to tears and your joy will turn to sorrow and great pain because of what the Western world and those collaborators will lose as a result of his betrayal and his ultimate assassination.”


A full media contingent was present for the interview and thousands viewed live via internet webcast as Minister Farrakhan described his close relationship with Col. Gadhafi, exposed the backstabbing skullduggery of international leaders and foretold the future of the United Nations. He also had sharp words of warning for President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“You’re blinded by your arrogance and your military power and it is leading you step by step into your destruction,” he said.

Minister Farrakhan also agreed to return next week on the Cliff Kelley Show to discuss issues critical to the survival of the Black community.

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