Farrakhan, head of the Nation of Islam, has been excluded from Britain since 1986 on the basis of fears he would stirup racial tensions if allowed in.
- Sadiq Kahn, lawyer for Louis Farrakhan, and a partner a the leading British human rights firm, ChristianFisher.
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