Farrakhan on his Pro-terrorism appeasement/anti-Israel anti-US tour
Farrakhan lecturing reporters at al-Rashid hotel in Baghdad, Iraq, 7/7/02
Farrakhan: Logan Act? Screw it.
Abdel Razzaq Al-Hashemi and Louis Farrakhan
beginning to confer in Baghdad, Iraq 7/5/02
INA quoted the African-American Muslim leader as saying
"the Muslim American people are praying to the almighty God to grant victory to Iraq."
Farrakhan and Syrian President Bashar Assad, in Damascus, Syria. 7/2/02
Abstract: The Logan Act was intended to prohibit United States citizens without authority from interfering in relations between the United States and foreign governments. There appear to have been no prosecutions under the Act in its almost 200 year history. However, there have been a number of judicial references to the Act, and it is not uncommon for it to be used as a political weapon. Although attempts have been made to repeal the Act, it remains law and at least a potential sanction to be used against anyone who without authority interferes in the foreign relations of the United States.