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December 1, 2012 Special Dispatch No. 5073

Egyptian Cleric Abd Al-Fattah Abu Zayd: The Jews Use Internet Porn To Corrupt The Muslims – As Per 'The Protocols'

December 1, 2012
Egypt | Special Dispatch No. 5073

Following are excerpts from a program featuring Egyptian cleric Abd Al-Fattah Abu Zayd; the program aired on Tahrir TV on November 23, 2012.

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Our Enemies "Realized That Armed Force Would Be Futile" Against Muslims Who "Love Death As Much As [They] Love Life"

Abu Zeid: "Our enemies conspire against us. Conspire or you shall be conspired against. When our enemies used armed force against us, they failed ignominiously. They realized that the use of armed force against Muslims is futile, because Muslims have the element of confrontation, the element of resistance, the element of jihad for the sake of Allah. They realized that armed force would be futile against those Muslims, because they love death as much as we love life. So they replaced the armed force with soft power."

The Purpose Of Internet Porn Is "To Corrupt The Nation Of Muhammad"

Abu Zeid: "Do you know what "soft power" is? It is urges, sex, women and 4.2 million porn websites on the Internet. Just imagine – 4.2 million porn websites, the No. 1 purpose of which is to corrupt the nation of Muhammad. Brothers, who finances those 4.2 million websites? This is just the number of websites. The number of Internet porn pages is 420 million, the purpose of which is to corrupt the nation of Muhammad, to corrupt you. When the use of armed force failed them, they decided to use soft power, to invade the hearts and minds of the nation of Muhammad."

"The Protocols" Say That Alcohol And Prostitutes Can Destroy Muslim Youths

Abu Zeid: "It was said in The Protocols of the abominable elders of Zion that alcohol and prostitutes would be more capable of destroying Muslim youths than a thousand cannons. They will drown them in urges and desires. That is their plan."

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