Al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem long has been a source of incitement.

It’s not just the claims of Israeli designs to destroy the Mosque (built on top of Jewish Temples as a victory monument) which have been used at least since the time of the Grand Mufti in the 1920s-1940s, which inspired among other things, the Hebron massacre. That theme still is present throughout Palestinian official and social media incitement.

There also are incendiary speeches, which we have documented before, More Temple Mount incitement: “Allah, annihilate all the Jews… enable us to kill them!”

MEMRI has another one, in which a preacher calls to blow up Washington, D.C. and Moscow:

In an address delivered at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Muhammad ‘Ayed, known as “Abu Abdallah,” said that one day, “the call to prayer will be heard from on top of the White House and from the red palace of the Kremlin in Moscow.” Abu Abdallah prayed: “Oh Allah, blow up their capital cities and their planes, pulverize their ships, and kill their soldiers. Oh Allah, we ask You to subjugate them and burn them…” The address was posted on the Internet on September 14, 2016.