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Dec 22, 2016
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Jordanian Cleric in Montreal Friday Sermon: On Judgment Day, the Trees and the Stones Will Call on Muslims to Kill the Jews

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Source: Online Platforms - "Dar Al-Arkam Mosque on YouTube"

In a Friday sermon delivered at Dar Al-Arkam Mosque in Montreal, Canada, Jordanian cleric Sheikh Muhammad Bin Musa Aal Nasr cited an antisemitic hadith, according to which, on Judgment Day, the Trees and the Stones Will Call on Muslims to Kill the Jews. The sermon was delivered on December 23, 2016, and was posted on the Mosque's YouTube page.


Muhammad Bin Musa Aal Nasr: "What is the disease of the Jews? It is that they believed in only part of the Scripture, while rejecting another part. As Allah said, disparaging them: 'Do you believe in part of the Scripture and reject another part? And what is the reward of those among you who do so, except disgrace in this world?' Allah ordained disgrace for them in this world: 'On the Day of Resurrection they will be consigned to the most severe torment. Allah is not ignorant of what you do.' And what is said about the Jews is also said about all those who imitate the Jews.






"If you worship Allah, you can rest assured that Allah will fulfill His promise and will support you. On Judgment Day, when the Muslims defeat the most vicious of creatures – the human demons – the stones and the trees will say: 'Oh Muslim, oh servant of Allah, there is a Jew hiding behind me, come and kill him!' – except for the Gharqad tree, for it is the tree of the Jews."


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