Thursday, June 18, 2015

Preacher at Al-Aqsa Mosque: Jews “prepare their matzah… with the blood of children" - PMW



by Palestinian Media Watch


Al-Aqsa teacher charges PMW with copyright violation after PMW exposed his teaching that Jews make matzah from blood of children

Al-Aqsa teacher charges PMW with copyright violation after PMW exposed his teaching that Jews make matzah from blood of children

Sheikh Khaled Al-Mughrabi complained to YouTube,  which has temporarily removed PMW's subtitled video   of the teacher's Antisemitic statements

PMW has submitted a counterclaim that exposing his hate speech is legal under "Fair Use"

Currently the subtitled video can be seen here


Preacher at Al-Aqsa Mosque: by palmediawatch


Transcribed text:
Sheikh Khaled Al-Mughrabi, teaches Islam twice a week in the Al-Aqsa Mosque:‎ 

     "The Children of Israel have more than one god... They say that our god is number ten. ‎It’s an internal [secret] matter of theirs... They have smaller gods, from one to nine,‎ and they have gods who are stronger than Allah, from 11 to 34. Devil or Satan is ‎number 11 for them. If you look at history, my brothers, you’ll see that the number 11 is ‎holy for the Jews, and 666 is also a holy number, three times six signifies the Devil.‎ These two numbers, 11 and three times six, are holy numbers. 


Everything they wish to ‎happen, or that they want to do and succeed at, they try to make happen on the 11th of ‎the month... Therefore, notice the attacks on America (i.e., 9-11 attack on World Trade ‎Center) that took place. When were they? On the 11th of the month. Why? Because ‎who was behind them? ... It’s known that the Jews were behind them. The evidence ‎discovered afterward points to the fact that the Jews were behind the attack...
I will ‎show you the ways of Satan, through which he deceives the Children of Israel... The ‎first way is the promise of eternal life... The American film industry is owned by the ‎Children of Israel. Among the most notable film [themes] that this film industry focuses ‎on is the idea of eternal life. You can see films, all of which are about vampires. On ‎what is this idea based? On the fact that if you killed a human being and drank his ‎blood in a certain way, you would attain eternal life. Why did Satan put this in their ‎minds? To cause them to spill each other’s blood. One will kill the other and drink his ‎blood, and thus attain eternal life...

The Children of Israel had the holiday of Pesach, ‎what is now called Passover. Every holiday, every group would look for a small child, ‎kidnap and steal him, bring a barrel called the barrel of nails... They would put the ‎small child in the barrel and his body would be pierced by these nails. In the bottom of ‎the barrel they would put a faucet and pour the blood... The Devil or one of the big ‎gods, demanded it of them as a condition for fulfilling their wishes, that they eat ‎‎[matzah] bread kneaded with the blood of children.


On the holiday of Passover it is ‎forbidden for them to eat regular bread. They prepare their matzahs. These matzahs ‎were not kneaded in the regular way, but rather with the blood of children. When these ‎stories were exposed, the Children of Israel were expelled from all of Europe and the ‎tragedy of the Children of Israel began in all Europe. In the end it reached the point ‎where they were burned in Germany, because of these things, because they ‎kidnapped young children. These stories are known. There is proof of them. They are ‎in court files. There were a lot of trials against the Children of Israel in these matters. ‎You can see a long list of these stories. Even though there is a news blackout about ‎them, they are on the internet.‎ Write: "Jews’ bread" on Google, "Jews’ bread" or "Jews’ matzah" ... You will see all of ‎these stories, and for all of them there is proof and evidence, with dates and police files ‎in which the material is found...


The Freemason lodges are witchcraft gatherings of the ‎Children of Israel. One of the ceremonies, for instance if someone wants to be ‎accepted as a new member, or rise in rank... he has to somehow bring one of his sons ‎or daughters, or his wife or one of his male or female relatives, and put them on the ‎table and slaughter them with his own hands as a sacrifice to Satan, in order to rise in ‎the ranks of the Freemasons. My brothers, this exists until today.‎"

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A Palestinian teacher from the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is situated on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, taught in his lesson on May 29, 2015, that the reason Europeans expelled Jews and the reason the Nazis burnt Jews in the Holocaust, was because Jews use the blood of non-Jewish children to make matzah bread for Passover. According to Sheikh Khaled Al-Mughrabi, "they were burned in Germany because of these things."

Palestinian Media Watch's exposure of his blood libel generated international condemnation and 8,000 views on YouTube in just three days. In order to have PMW's video removed from YouTube, the Al-Aqsa lecturer charged that PMW had violated his copyright. YouTube, following US law, removed PMW's subtitled video that exposed his hate speech.

PMW has since sent a "counter-notification" to Sheikh Khaled Al-Mughrabi via YouTube, arguing that the video of his hate speech was "Fair Use" of the material - since "Fair Use" permits the use of a work "for purposes such as: private study, research, criticism, review, journalistic reporting, quotation, or instruction and examination by an educational institution." [Israel Copyright Act 2007, emphasis added]

YouTube is supposed to reinstate the PMW video in 10 days unless Sheikh Al-Mughrabi decides to take his claim of copyright violation to court and sue PMW.

It is also noteworthy that in order to hide his hate speech, the Sheikh made the video of his lesson on YouTube "private" after PMW's exposure so it could no longer be seen by the general public.

In order to make the video accessible to viewers immediately, PMW has uploaded the video to a different server and it can be seen here.

PMW suggests that those who posted this story and linked to the original source change the link to this so the video will be visible to people reading their websites and Facebook pages, etc.

Click here to see how Sheikh Khaled Al-Mughrabi defended his Antisemitic hate speech as "advice" to Jews and an attempt to "save them from Hell".
http://www.palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=762&doc_id=14979

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Source: http://www.palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=762&doc_id=14979

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