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July 03, 2013 Clip No. 3951

Australian Sheik Sharif Hussein to Obama: Oh Enemy of Allah, You Will Be Trampled upon by Pure Muslim Feet

Following are excerpts from an address by Sheik Sharif Hussein of the Islamic Da'wa Center of South Australia (IDCSA) in Adelaide, which was posted on the Internet on July 3, 2013.


Sheik Sharif Hussein: The Jews, always and everywhere, supply the hypocrites, lackeys, and traitors among the Muslims – whether presidents, ministers, or leaders of secular pan-Arab movements – with money, media outlets, weapons, and so on, in order to generate confusion and strife within Muslim societies.


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Tens of thousands of women were raped in Iraq by the American and British Crusader troops, aided by the Australian troops.


The Australian participation in the Crusaders' war on Iraq is 6%. This is out of approximately 365,000 Crusader pigs sent to Iraq, during the term of [former Australian prime minister] John Howard, Allah's wrath be upon him.


If the Muslims had any say in this, any honor, this war criminal would have faced trial, along with all those who waged war against Afghanistan and Iraq, which they razed to the ground.


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Listen, oh Obama, oh enemy of Allah, you who kiss the shoes and feet of the Jews. Listen! The day will come when you are trampled upon by the pure feet of the Muslims.


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Oh Allah, count the Buddhists and the Hindus one by one. Oh Allah, count them and kill them to the very last one.


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