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Egyptian Lawmaker: Use My Heart to Stone the Jews & 'Never Forget' That America's 'Filthy Hands' Control the Apes & Pigs

"It is America that plunged a poisonous dagger of hatred into the heart of the Arab and Islamic nation."

(Photo via MEMRI-TV)

(Photo via MEMRI-TV)

A prominent Egyptian lawmaker was captured on video during a trip to Gaza raving about using his various body parts to stone the Jews, before turning his ire on the United States of America.

Sheik Muhammad Al-Saghir said during the speech that he represents the Egyptian people as a preacher at Al-Azhar and a member of the country's parliament (his claim may be exaggerated, but he does hold a seat of some prominence.)

"Take [my] heart, which has become as hard as steel, and use it to stone all the Jews," Al-Saghir intoned, according to a translation by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).  "...Take my skin. Turn it into a fuse or a slingshot for a child, because this land constantly begets boys as proud as [military commander] Ibn Al-Walid."

After lamenting the "unjust" imprisonment of their leader Omar Abdel Rahman, also known as "the blind sheik," Al-Saghir turned his ire on the United States.

"It is America that plunged a poisonous dagger of hatred into the heart of the Arab and Islamic nation.  America holds the remote control, and commands the movements of its apes, its pigs...." he said.  "Let us never forget that when you see a moving puppet, do not pay attention to the puppet itself.  Always look for the filthy hands that command this puppet."

The video clip captured by MEMRI-TV concludes with Al-Saghir complying with the apparent wishes of his followers by kissing Hamas' leader Ismail Haniyeh on the head.

Watch the entire video clip, recorded and translated by MEMRI, below:



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