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Egyptian Child Preacher Calls for Destruction of Israel On TV (VIDEO)

October 29, 2012 11:31 am 6 comments

An Egyptian child preacher chants prayers calling for the destruction of Israel. Photo: MEMRI/Screenshot.

Child stars are of a different breed in Egypt. Well, at least the one in the video below is. Instead of offering delightful comic relief in the form of a cute and comical rictus, he exhorts his audience to follow a path of religiously-inspired destruction.

The video of an Egyptian Child-Preacher calling for Israel to be destroyed by Allah, can be viewed under the translation below.

Translation (According to the Middle East Media Research Institute as transcribed by the Elder of Ziyon blog):

Oh Islamic nation, oh all Muslims…martyrdom on the path of Allah is a religious duty incumbent upon you, oh believers. It is your path for salvation in the eyes of the Lord. Oh Islamic nation, oh all Muslims. (repeated twice)

Pray: “Oh Allah, destroy Israel” (Amen) Oh Allah, destroy Israel. May Jerusalem live on until the day of judgement. [Inaudible] the accursed Sharon, Bush and Obama.

6 Comments

  • I’d like to say: “A new low for islam”, but of course it isn’t, these sub-humans hold all the records; nothing is too low for them.

  • I thought you should be praising the child because you all believe in free speech. or free speech is not applicable to others. what do you say about israel going round the world seeking support to destroy iran? why this hypocricy? what is antisemitism?

  • Self-proclaimed and prideful child abusers now include yet one more obscenity in their arsenal of vileness; a child permitted nay encouraged to advocate and pray for the destruction of millions of others. I forgive you Oh Child, you know not what you do.

  • Typical Egyptian supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood…Antisemitism is foundational to Egyptian Muslims who support the Muslim Brotherhood…That is why Obama supported the Muslim Brotherhood instead of Mubarak: he and his very close friend Rashid Khalidi support the entire Muslim Brotherhood program including sharia and antisemitism…That’s why he supported Rev Wright’s antisemetic drivel for 20 years..

  • Lawrence Kulak

    Judaism teaches that a child does not develop his good inclination until he is thirteen, which is why he is not responsible for his sins earlier. Look at the video and see how well this point is proven by this young child’s remarkable ability to preach the doctrines of paganism.

    • He’s parroting Islam, not paganism. Look how proud the sub-vermin genocidal scum is; who I imagined with a huge hole blown in his face when I saw him smiling. palwatch.org & thereligionofpeace.com are full of Islam for all to see.

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