“Allah, delight us with the extermination of the evil Jews.”
With violent Palestinian mobs attacking Jewish worshipers and clashing with the Israeli security forces in Jerusalem, Muslim clerics continue their campaign of incitement against the Jews and the State of Israel during the fasting month of Ramadan.
In a Ramadan prayer broadcasted over the Palestinian Television, an Imam led the worshipers to pray for the ‘extermination’ of the Jews, a video and transcript posted by the watchdog Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reveal.
“Allah, delight us with the extermination of the evil Jews,” the Ramadan prayer shown by the Palestinian Authority-controlled TV said. The hateful call for prayer was given at the Al-Ain Mosque in El-Bireh, near Ramallah, the administrative seat of the PLO-led Palestinian Authority (PA).
The Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) published the transcript of the Imam’s prayer broadcasted by the PA TV:
“Grant us victory over the infidels… Allah, delight us with the conquest and liberation of the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Allah, make us among the first to enter, the conquerors, the worshippers, and those calling out ‘Allahu Akbar’ inside [the mosque] to You, Master of the Universe. Allah, delight us with the extermination of the evil Jews, O Master of the Universe, and [the extermination] of their hypocritical supporters who have evil in their hearts.”
This is not the first high-profile incident of Palestinian mosques being used to instigate terror and violence against the Jews during this year’s Ramadan celebrations.
During the recent festivities marking the Jewish Passover, Palestinians at the Temple Mount used the prayer call to incite terrorism against the Jews and Israel. “Calls on loud speakers urge Palestinian youth to stay and ‘protect the Muslim holy sight’ claiming it was under threat from Jews, as the instigators called on the Hamas rulers of Gaza, to join in the defense of the mosques by launching rocket fire on Israel,” the Israeli news website YnetNews reported last weekend.
The Gaza-based terrorist group Hamas responded to the call given at the Temple Mount by firing several rockets aimed at towns and cities in southern Israel.
Palestinians on Temple Mount are using the muezzin to incite against Jews.
This is being heard throughout the old city of Jerusalem. Unbelievable. pic.twitter.com/ZtTSPbRcy6
— Hananya Naftali (@HananyaNaftali) April 17, 2022
During Ramadan, mobs comprising of Palestinian men have assaulted Jews near the Temple Mount and pelted stones at busses carrying Jewish worshipers to the Holy City. Masked men inside the Temple Mount’s Al Aqsa mosque hurled Molotov cocktails at the security forces, setting minor fires in the compound — which is often referred to in the mainstream media as the third holiest site for the Muslims, Israeli police reports over the weekend said.DONATE
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