Following are excerpts from a sermon delivered by Sudanese cleric Sheik Muhammad Al-Amin Ismail, which was posted on the Internet on September 30, 2011.
Sheik Muhammad Al-Amin Ismail: I've brought you an example [of toys manufactured by Shiites]. We all hope that the brothers who supervise these products, and their import and export, will ban products such as these.
Holds up a toy pistol
The sound might not be so clear through the microphone.
Why do they do this?
Shoots the pistol, which emits shooting sounds and a metallic voice:
"Go, go, go. Pull over. Save the hostages."
Sheik Muhammad Al-Amin Ismail: It says: "Shoot 'Aisha" [the Prophet Muhammad's wife]. This is for children. "Shoot 'Aisha."
Pistols. This one costs five Sudanese liras, this one costs seven liras, and there is a large one that costs 20 liras. Again, the sound goes: "Shoot 'Aisha."
Toy pistol sound: "Go, go, go. Pull over. Save the hostages."
Sheik Muhammad Al-Amin Ismail: "Shoot 'Aisha." Until when?