Fed up with claims coming from the White House and mainstream media that a "ridiculous" anti-Muslim YouTube clip caused spontaneous and simultaneous anti-American protests throughout the Middle East, Glenn Beck on his show Wednesday presented a collection of what he called "real hate" being spewed by radical Islamists.
He started the show by airing some clips from "Innocence of Muslims" YouTube video, which is so terrible and outrageous that it's almost laughable. In fact, Beck couldn't help but giggle because the so-called "movie" looks like it cost $6 to produce and is completely absurd.
"I want to show you, not some [...] movie that 12 people watched. I want to show you something that millions of people in the Middle East have seen and what they're saying about you," Beck added.
He then played a number of clips from the Middle East, translated by MEMRI.org, that display some of the vicious anti-American and anti-Semitic views harbored by radical Islamists.
Here's just a taste of some of the hateful comments:
- "If only I had power. If only I had media power and political power. I swear by Allah that within six months, I would blow up these time bombs turning the U.S. into a thing of the past." -- Sudanese cleric, May 2012.
- "The worst enemies of the Muslims, after Satan, are the Jews. Who said this? Allah did." -- Egyptian cleric, 2009.
- "Oh Allah, destroy the Jews and their supporters. Oh Allah, destroy the Americans and their supporters. Oh Allah, count them one by one and kill them all, without leaving a single one." -- Deputy speaker of Hamas Parliament, August 2012.
Watch the entire Beck segment via TheBlazeTV here: