In a July 27, 2012 Friday sermon, Egyptian cleric Sallah Sultan claimed that in his travels "all over the world" he met people who "thirst for the blood of the Jews"; in his sermon the following Friday, August 3, he claimed that "under the previous [Egyptian] regime, over 30,000 Zionists entered Egypt every month" and that Jewish "girls with AIDS [are] seducing young Egyptians in order to infect them." The sermons aired on those dates on Al-Aqsa TV.
Sultan, who in 2004 founded the American Center for Islamic Research (ACIR) in Columbus, Ohio, has, according to his eight-page resumé, held many consulting and teaching positions in the U.S. Since coming to the U.S. in 1998, he has founded several Islamic institutes, including the Islamic American University in Southfield, Michigan, and the Sultan Publishing Co. in Columbus, Ohio. In 2007, he left the U.S. for Bahrain.
The following are excerpts from the sermons.
July 27, 2012
Sallah Sultan: "I travel all over the world, and I met supporters of Al-Aqsa, of the prisoners, of Jerusalem, and of Palestine – people who thirst for the blood of the Jews, and who are eager for the promised war against the sons of Zion, until Palestine is liberated in its entirety." [...].
August 3, 2012
Sallah Sultan: "Under the previous [Egyptian] regime over 30,000 Zionists entered Egypt every month, defiling its land. The Egyptian police were forced to protect them, while they were getting drunk and picking fights.
"There was a great scandal when [alleged Israeli spy] Misrati and some Jews entered Egypt, in order to commit all kinds of crimes here: counterfeiting dollars, taking photographs of military bases, girls with AIDS seducing young Egyptians in order to infect them, and the vilest act of all – for the price of one Egyptian pound, Misrati and his gang would seduce young Egyptian boys from Cairo, Alexandria and Upper Egypt. They took young children who did not know any better and sodomized them." [...]
 Lost Angeles Times, July 7, 2007.