Man who invaded the US Capitol was a follower of the “Nation of Islam”

Noah Green, the author of the attack on police in front of the United States Congress this Friday afternoon (April 2, 2021), had written on his Facebook page that he was suffering from the pandemic and described himself as a follower of Louis Farrakhan, the leader of “Islam Nation” (“Nation of Islam”).

After running over the 2 agents and colliding with a barricade, Capitol police say he stabbed an officer. Green was killed by the police.

A “Islam Nation”Is a political-religious organization based in Chicago, Illinois. Born as “Answer to a prayer by Abraham for his people that would be found in slavery in the Western Hemisphere” is for “To teach oppressed and defenseless blacks a deep knowledge of God and of themselves, and to put them on the path of self-independence with a superior culture and a superior civilization than they had previously experienced”.

According to Fox News, Green’s Facebook page (which was taken down after the attack) included photos and videos of rallies from the Nation of Islam.

A March 17 post said:

“All (God) chose me. The crisis of covid, unemployment, growing national debt, division of the political sphere, rumors of war and things like that… but one thing that everyone can trust is the faith in Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan as the man who can bring us out of the darkness ”.

Inside the organization’s page, a banner says “Don’t let them vaccinate you” (“Don’t let them get you vaccinated ”), in reference to leader Louis Farrakhan, of July 4, 2020.

After the attack, on Friday (April 2, 2021), the acting head of the Metropolitan Police Department, Robert Contee, said that the episode “it doesn’t seem to be related to terrorism ”.

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