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June 23, 2018
Clip No.
6652

Former Egyptian Dean of Law Nabil Hilmi: There Is a Plan for a Jewish State in Mecca and Medina by 2050

Nabil Hilmi, former dean of law at the University of Al-Zaqaziq, Egypt, said in a recent TV interview: "We all know that it is the Jews who control the money and the media." Hilmi, who was speaking on Egypt's Channel 2 on June 23, further said that: "They also [wanted] a gateway from Jordan toward the Gulf states, beginning with Saudi Arabia" and that "they want to reach Mecca and Medina." "When they make a plan, it's for 50 years," he said.

Nabil Hilmi: "We all know that it is the Jews who control the money and the media. Therefore, we must intervene in the media and persuade public opinion in Britain and elsewhere that the [Palestinian] cause is one of occupation, of violation of international law, and in this case, a violation of international humanitarian law too. We must take action in this matter. There was an American-Israeli plan to oust the Jordanian king, so that someone else, subservient to them, would come to power, and would agree to the immigration of the Palestinians from the West Bank to Jordan, which would absorb them. Thus, the Palestinian cause would come to an end, and Israel would get exclusive control of the Palestinian lands in their entirety. The plan did not end there. They also [wanted] a gateway from Jordan toward the Gulf states, beginning with Saudi Arabia."

Interviewer: "That would be the opening of a hellish door to the Gulf states."

Nabil Hilmi: "Yes, especially since Israel is constantly saying that it is a religious state."

Interviewer: "Of course, they want to establish a Jewish state in Israel..."

Nabil Hilmi: "They want to reach Mecca and Medina. This is no laughing matter. We must understand this. When they make a plan, it's for 50 years. Only a few have studied [Israel's] 2050 plan. The plan is to transform Jerusalem. That's it. It will change in 2050."

Interviewer: "Just like in 1897, there was a 50-year plan, and in 1948, the state [of Israel] was created."