Louis Farrakhan Makes It Plain In this 1980's Speech on the subject.
This was long before the events of Sept. 11th, 2001. However, the Middle East was, of course, still a hotspot. And the U.S. Government was even more active in World politics than it is today.
Now keep in mind, I don't support much of what Farrakhan has said or everything he stands for. I've been known to blast Farrakhan on what he says/does. However, on this topic, he made valid points.
Much of what is happening in the world today has been brought on by unbalanced and immoral U.S. foreign policy that has been in place for decades. Now the boomerang is making its way back to America.
Much of what was stated in this speech (20 years ago) applies very strongly to today.
Just change the date...and it's still accurate.
--On Iran- the U.S. is now feeling the pain of its own actions
--Allowing Israel to do whatever it wants...to bomb, kill, & attack who they want/when they want...with economic and military support from the U.S. translates into hatred for America. When will Americans learn?
--Famine in the 1980's and the lack of U.S. response= Darfur today (And other crisis in Africa) and the lack of U.S. response.
--How the U.S. views native people in this country and its poor population of color at home (Katrina, etc) translates to how the U.S. views indigenous people of color in other parts of the world.
This says a lot about why the U.S. is so hated and it explains a lot about U.S. policy towards Arabs, Latin Americans, etc.