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Apr 24, 2022
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Egyptian Actor And Filmmaker Mohamed Sobhi: The Zionists Scheme Not Only To Destroy The Palestinians, But To Expand From The Nile To The Euphrates; They Need Us To Remain Weak, Without Innovators, Geniuses, Scientists

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Source: Al-Hadath Al-Youm (Egypt)

Egyptian actor and filmmaker Mohamed Sobhi said that the Zionist movement schemes to destroy not only the Palestinian people, but to extend from the Nile to the Euphrates on an April 24, 2022 show on Al-Hadath Al-Youm TV (Egypt). Sobhi, who starred in the Egyptian drama series "A Horseman Without a Horse," revolving around The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, said that after the show first aired, 2 million copies that were sitting in warehouses were sold to the Egyptian public. He added that he doesn't think that it is important to believe in the ideas of the book, but it is enough to read it and see that "it is realized, time and again." Sobhi further said that it is important for the Zionists that the Arab nations "remain weak" and that they should not have innovators, geniuses, scientists. For more information about Mohamed Sobhi and "A Horseman Without a Horse," see MEMRI TV clips nos. 7279, 4213, 3383, 2446, and 2001.

Interviewer: "Since the founding of the Zionist movement by Theodor Herzl, the schemes have never ceased, especially in our Arab region and against Egypt. Do you think that the revolutions of the Arab Spring — or 'Arab Winter,' as some call it — were part of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion?"

Mohamed Sobhi: "No, I cannot say that there is a direct connection between these two things, but what do you think about the two million copies [of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion] — some of which were in warehouses, here in Egypt, that could not be published? But after the series ['Horseman Without A Horse'] was broadcast, a number of newspapers and magazines published the book. Two million copies were circulated. Young students at universities bought the book in order to read it. I think that even if you do not believe in this idea, you should read the book, and you will see that it has been realized, time and again.


"Naturally, the schemes of the Zionist movement are not restricted to destroying the Palestinian people and taking over the land. No!

"In their mind, their [country] should stretch from the Nile to the Euphrates. This dream is in the Protocols."

Interviewer: "It is also in the Torah, that the Lord gave them the land between the Nile and the Euphrates, and they consider this to be a sacred text."

Sobhi: "It is important for them that our people and our countries remain weak, in terms of military, culture, science, and innovation. It is important for them that we should not have innovators, geniuses, scientists, and so on."

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