VIDEO: Baltimore Mayor thanks Nation of Islam, who gave one finger ISIS salute after Gray funeral

VIDEO: Baltimore Mayor thanks Nation of Islam, who gave one finger ISIS salute after Gray funeral
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings thanks the Nation of Islam for their support during her press conference.

The Nation of Islam (NOI) is an Islamic religious movement founded in Detroit, United States, by Wallace D. Fard Muhammad on July 4, 1930, where the notorious Malcolm X was a senior leader.

Critics have labeled the organization as being black supremacist and antisemitic, and NOI is tracked as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

This is the same Organization who was caught posing for a photo after Freddie Gray's Funeral giving the extended forefinger salute representing allegiance with ISIS and doing so also while posing with the 'Bloods' and 'Crips' street gangs who have vowed to band together to kill police in Baltimore.

After the violent protests she thanked the Nation of Islam for helping her deal with the riots. At the press conference on the same day, Rawlings-Blake was joined by the local chapter leader.

"Men and women who were fighting so hard to protect it. Many members of the faith community was out there trying to calm and discourage the violence. I want to also thank the nation of Islam who has been... who have been very present in our efforts to keep calm and peace in our city. Thank you to all of you who've joined me this evening to call for an end of violence in our city. Now it's the time for calm... "

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