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Mar 22, 2004
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A Poem at a Festival in Jedda: Who is the Serpent's Head? The Jews.

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Source: Iqra TV (Saudi Arabia)

The Saudi-based religious channel, Iqra TV, broadcast a poem that was read in the Al-Aqsa in our Hearts? Festival, in Jedda. Following is a verbatim translation of excerpts from that poem:

Oh, man of the Arab homeland, if you evade the serpent's head - you will regret it. Who is the serpent's head? The Jews. If you evade the serpent's head - you will regret it. If you cut the serpent's head off -you will be saved.

The serpent's venom is the best balm. The serpent's venom is like a salve to a wound. The ink of blood. The battle requires ink of blood and it will grow stronger and stronger, and with it, the crisis will be solved and all anxieties will go away. The serpent's head will not be smashed, until, Allah willing, we unite.

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