Skip to comments.Police to be contacted about antisemitic Copenhagen mosque sermon
Posted on 05/12/2017 11:38:05 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The Jewish Community in Denmark will contact police about an imam at a mosque in Copenhagens Nørrebro neighborhood who encouraged attacks on Jews during a Friday service, reports newspaper Kristeligt Dagblad.
The complaint will be based on a video recording of a Friday service at the Masjid al-Faruq mosque in Nørrebro on March 31st this year. The recording was translated from Arabic to English by American institute MEMRI.
According to the translation, imam Mundhir Abdallah quotes a hadith a report of a speech by the Prophet Mohammed used in Islamic scripture which incites violence against Jews.
Judgment Day will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them. The Jews will hide behind the rocks and the trees, but the rocks and trees will say: O Muslim, O servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him, says the imam according to the translation by MEMRI.
The sermon was also posted by the mosque on its YouTube channel.
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They’ll get right on it !
Hey, he was just quoting from his book of peace, where it says “fight the Jews and kill them”. It’s no different than when Jesus said “love your neighbor as yourself”. Love, kill, what’s the difference?
It seems like a little of Nazi Germany’s 1930’s policies are creeping back into Denmark, this time via the Quran rather than Mein Kampf.
But what do I know?
Well, “Kampf” does translate into “jihad” in Arabic.
Bibi is right. The only truly safe place for Jewish folks is Israel.
And the United States. But not if leftists had their way.
I fear for Jews in W Europe.
The Dummy Danes invited them in.
Now, enjoy the results.
Move on, now, Move on.............
......NOTHING TO SEE HERE!!!!!!!!!!......MOVE!
Freedom of religion for muslims means that others must die.
It’s in their “holy” book.
Mad Mo made it so.
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