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    • Chafeeka
    • 31.08.10 | 11:19 (IDT)

    It seems that nothing changed since Haj Al-Ameen Al-Husseni's Nazi propaganda, Ikrima Sabri is another carbon copy of the original Muftis: "Oh, Allah, destroy America for it is controlled by Zionist Jews...Allah will avenge, in the name of his Prophet, the colonialist settlers who are the descendants of monkeys and pigs...forgive us, oh Muhammad, for the acts of these monkeys and pigs who wished to profane your holiness". (from the weekly Friday prayer sermon by PA Mufti Ikrima Sabri broadcast on the official PA radio station the Voice of Palestine, July 11, 1997. When comparing Sabri with his predecessors before him, it is understood that much in common they have since Islamic fundamentals are what fuels their speeches and rhetoric. One could fairly say in Palestine "once a Mufti always a Mufti". "Israeli authorities... infected by injection 300 Palestinian children with the HIV virus during the years of the Intifada." (Friday prayer sermon by PA Mufti Ikrima Sabri from the Temple Mount(Al-Aqsa Mosque) broadcasted on the official PA radio station the Voice of Palestine, July 11, 1997.). "Jerusalem is a symbol for every Muslim in the world. The claim of the Jews to the right over it is false, and we recognize nothing but an entirely Islamic Jerusalem under Islamic supervision..." (PA Mufti Ikrama Sabri, Al-Bilad, July 31, 1997) "The Zionist entity exists on seized land. The Jews remain enemies because they expropriate lands, build settlements and pay high sums to buy properties. They are the greatest enemies of us Muslims." (PA Mufti Ikrama Sabri in a newspaper interview (The New York Times, May 18, 1997) "The existing State of Israel is not worthy of ruling since they know no religion and no God." (Sheikh Hamid Al-Bitawi, chairman of the Palestine Religious Scholars Association and head of the PA's Sharia Court of Appeals in Nablus, in an interview with the official PA newspaper Al-Hayat Al-Jadeeda, July 27, 1997.) "...The Jews always set a trap for the community of Muslims... The Koran repeatedly warns against the traps and plots of the "people of the book". They relentlessly scheme in all times and places and this is what they do today and tomorrow against the Muslim camp..." (An excerpt from the weekly Friday prayer sermon at Al-Aqsa mosque broadcast on the official PA radio station the Voice of Palestine, October 24, 1997).

    from the article: Educating toward indoctrination
    First published 01:46 31.08.10 | Last updated 01:46 31.08.10
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