August 26, 2002
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Arab Muslim Mosques call for the destruction of the Jews and the Christians

Charles Johnson from "Little Green Footballs" has a weekly review of the prayers of Arab Muslims from the Middle East:

From Abu-Hanifah al-Nu'man mosque in Baghdad, Iraq: "O God, have mercy on the martyrs. O God, destroy the Jews and Americans for they are within your power."

From the Grand Mosque in Sanaa, Yemen: "O God, destroy the Jews and their supporters and the Christians and their supporters and followers."

At the Umar Bin-al-Khattab Mosque in Doha, Qatar: "O God destroy the Jews and their supporters, including the crusaders and some so-called Muslims. O God, use your power against them. O God, save the region and the peoples from them."

These Arab Muslims are from the Middle East but are stuck in the Middle Ages. I copy the full article below.

Friday Sermon Watch
http://littlegreenfootballs.com/
weblog/?entry=3898

From Abu-Hanifah al-Nu'man mosque in Baghdad, Iraq:

"O God, support Islam and Muslims, elevate the word of justice and Islam, and help the believers score victory over the infidels. O God, give safety and prosperity to this country and protect Muslims' countries from disasters and diseases. O God, support your mujahidin servants everywhere. O God, support your mujahidin servants in Palestine. O God, help them score victory over the usurper Zionist Jews. O God, have mercy on the martyrs. O God, destroy the Jews and Americans for they are within your power. O God, show them a black day. O God, shake the ground under their feet, weaken them, hang their flags at half mast, down their planes, and drown their ships." He also asks God to give success to "mujahid leader Saddam Husayn."

From the Grand Mosque in Sanaa, Yemen:

"O God, support those supporting Islam and disappoint those disappointing Muslims, have mercy on us, and reform Muhammad's nation. O God, help our mujahidin brothers in Palestine and elsewhere score victory. O God, give them a clear, immediate victory over their enemies. O God, destroy the Jews and their supporters and the Christians and their supporters and followers. O God, destroy the ground under their feet, instill fear in their hearts, and freeze the blood in their veins."

At the Umar Bin-al-Khattab Mosque in Doha, Qatar, the imam has some special words for any peaceful Muslims who might want to actually, you know, make peace:

In the second part of the sermon, the imam regrets the fact that the Islamic nation punishes fedayeen by restricting their freedom of action. He says: "The proposed reform for the PA is aimed at establishing cadres capable of restricting and even killing resistance. We regret the fact that some Islamic countries have agreed to train these cadres to protect Israel's security, to control the resistance, to arrest the resistance men, and to liquidate the resistance."

Concluding, the imam prays to God: "O God, help us and protect us from our enemies. O God, protect us from the evils of our brothers, friends, and enemies. O God, protect us and save us from the conspiracies of the friends, brothers, and enemies. O God, support us, do not turn against us, and help us score victory." He goes on: "O God destroy the Jews and their supporters, including the crusaders and some so-called Muslims. O God, use your power against them. O God, save the region and the peoples from them."

Blah blah blah freeze their blood blah blah destroy blah blah blah victory blah blah O God this, O God that blah blah blah mujahidin blah blah blah blah...

Posted by dmelle at August 26, 2002 08:18 PM
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