Fake news not exposing hate speech

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Imam Ayman Elkasrawy, Toronto Masjid

This story is far too important for Canadians to not report on. This came to our attention today, it is not our investigation, but is very much worth a re-post.

This is concerning the prayers of Imam Ayman Elkasrawy of the Toronto Masjid. He came under fire last in 2016 for his invocations that included   “O Allah, whoever wishes ill for us and wishes ill for Islam and the Muslims, make his plot tied around his neck. O Allah, turn fate against them and annihilate them as you annihilated the peoples of Aad and Thamud.”

Hate preaching in Canadian mosques is nothing new. It has been documented many times. In this case, it made main stream media. As a result, the prayers in question, namely  “Count their number; slay them one by one and spare not one of them. O Allah! Do not defer [it] from them”; and “O Allah, purify Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews.” were apparently ‘interpreted’ by five different sources because of public outcry.  The question here is the authenticity of the interpretations.

This is extremely important and misleading to the general public. Following are some points to consider. Credit: Diane Bederman at The Bederman Blog.  Read the full article here

“Their four page article which includes opinions by 5 experts refuting Halevi’s translation. One of the “experts” appears to have no credentials. And it seems the Star has chosen to ignore the fact that the translation by leading Islamic organizations and scholars, including Canadian, of the lines in question, as well as official translations of the Quran, Arabic dictionaries and grammar, support Halevi’s translation.”

Yang, the reporter, quoted the experts as describing it as “mistranslated,” “decontextualized”, “disingenuous”, “slanted” and “propaganda translation.”
Yet, the Toronto Star had previously published an article, October 18, 2011, that discussed a prayer by Abdullah Hakim Quick, Canadian Imam and scholar (and today’s Vice President of the Canadian Council of Imams) in which he recited the same prayer (originally in English):
“May Allah, Glorified and Exalted be He, clean and purify al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Yahood [Jews]”.
The prayer was also widely reported by other Canadian media outlets including the The Globe and MailMaclean’s MagazineBrampton GuardianXtraCanadian Jews News (CJN)The Muslim Times.
A year earlier the Star had  reported the Iranian President’s statement that uses the word “filth” in a similar context:
“Occupied Palestine will be liberated from the filth of occupation by the strength of resistance and through the faith of the resistance.”

“The Toronto Star asserted that all five experts “analyzed the prayers” and the “the initial, widely circulated translation” while in fact, according to the expert, these statements are not true. Moreover, The Toronto Star tried to create the impression that the experts’ translation was objective and unbiased while concealing from its readers the fact that the Star provided this statement to one expert”

The concern here is not only what this Imam is preaching/praying in his mosque, but also the duplicity of a main stream media source. They both need to be called to account, the Imam and the Toronto Star.

Top Canadian Imam: Trudeau should be leading society to “accommodate Islamic values”

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Iqbal Nadvi. Photo: screenshot YouTube Masjid Toronto

Dr. Iqbal Massod Al-Nadvi is the Amir (President) of Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Canada and is also serving as Chairperson of Canadian Council of Imams. he also served as Director of Al-Falah Islamic School in Oakville, Ontario from 2004 to 2011, prior to which he served as Imam of Muslim Association of Calgary Islamic Center from 1998-2004 and as a member of the University of Calgary chaplaincy team.

On October 23, 2015, a few days after the landslide victory of the Liberal Party in the federal elections, Imam Iqbal Nadvi delivered the Friday sermon at Masjid Toronto Mosque (168 Dundas St. West, Toronto), which is affiliated with the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC).

Nadvi hailed the Muslim youths for mobilizing the Muslim community to vote in the elections and to help Muslim candidates to win their seats in Parliament.

He called on Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau to help the Muslim community to realize its main objective of making the Islamic values “the best of human values” by promoting in the Canadian society the idea that Islam is not a threat but an ally, and by accommodating Islamic values.

Thus, he added, Trudeau, like his father, will leave after him a legacy, and “Allah will really use us [Canadian Muslims] here [is Canada] as a carrier of Islam, as a messenger of Islam.”

The following is a transcript of Imam Iqbal Nadvi’s sermon (17:23-19:17):

“This election proved that the Muslims when they were targeted, they are not supposed to be targeted because they are contributing, and Praise be to Allah, they are back with the number of ten members in Parliament and also, for example, Praise be to Allah, a lot of groups especially the youths they, Praise be to Allah, they mobilized the [Muslim] community to vote and to participate, right? And to bring, what is important? The important, how we aid our Islamic values to make it the best of human values? How people realized it?

“I was suggesting someone that the previous Prime Minister the father [Pierre] Trudeau, he had a legacy, right?

This son [Justin Trudeau] has an opportunity to make a new legacy. How he can do it? If he just promoted in Western mind that Islam is not a threat. Islam is a nation, an ally. Islam is a very peaceful religion, and we Muslims we want to live as a part of this country. So, the fear factor supposed to be removed

If he brings where the Western system supposed to be, for example accommodating Islamic values, I can saw [sic] he will leave with a legacy even after he is not be a Prime Minister.

“So, this is a really great change and Muslims can help it and contribute to it, and we need, for example, to do this thing by making our efforts in Islamic terms good and also in the country level also good together.If he do [sic] this thing Allah will really use us here as a carrier of Islam, as a messenger of Islam.”

The national-wide organization Iqbal Nadvi heads, ICNA Canada, shares on its official website with its members, followers and supporters the book “Riyad us Saliheen” (“The Gardens of the Righteous” رياض الصالحين) compiled by Imam Zakaruya Yahya Bin Sharaf An-Nawawi, a Sunni Shafi’ite jurist and hadith scholar who lived in 13th century.

The Gardens of the Righteous (Arabic: Riyadh as-Salihin), is a compilation of verses from the Qur’an and hadith by Al-Nawawi. It contains a total of 1905 hadith divided across 372 chapters, many of which are introduced by verses of the Quran.

The book “Riyad us Saliheen” (“The Gardens of the Righteous”) which appears on ICNA Canada site adds modern commentary to the verses from the Qur’an and hadith.

The following are excerpts from the book which deal with the question whether Islam in compatible with the values of Western democracy.

“[Hadith]: 673. Abu Bakrah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: I heard Messenger of Allah (PBUH) saying, “He who insults the rulers Allah will insult him.”

[At-Tirmidhi].

Commentary: To affront and degrade the ruler means to disobey him and to by-pass his orders. This impairs his power, honour and dignity.

“Believers have been told to obey and support rulers for the sake of national interest and welfare, understanding that they desist from committing an overt disbelief and maintain congregation Salat and other duties of religion.

The political system of Islam is totally incompatible with western democracy.

The concept of government party and the opposition is alien to Islam.

All belong to one Ummah with only one goal and pursue the same aims and objects of Islamic guidelines!

‘Emotional nature’ of women make them unsuitable for leadership/witness roles, according to Islamic scripture and leaders

 

36665315_1746290495449752_8709633938970116096_nAt Dundas square in downtown Toronto, there is a Islamic Dawah booth that gives out free information on Islam. One of the booklets that was given out is called ‘Women in Islam‘.

This book  points out the lesser leadership/witness abilities of women because of their emotional nature.

Following are some excerpts from ‘Women in Islam

“Divine wisdom has granted women, in general, very sensitive emotions, tender feelings, and a predisposition towards care and love of other members of the family. This makes a woman capable of her natural task of childbearing, nursing, taking care of all the needs of the young child, etc. Based on these emotional characteristics of the woman, she might very well follow her emotional inclinations and swerve from harsh realities due to an emotional involvement in a case. A woman’s loving and kind feelings might overcome what she has witnessed, and thus she may distort the story of her witness and testimony. At the same time the biological changes that occur in her body due to menses, pregnancy, child-birth and post-natal conditions reduce the sharpness of her memory and may make her forget the details of the issue. Therefore, a divine precautionary measure was established to eliminate any shortcoming on a woman’s part in any case of testimony. We would like to point out here one of the essential principles of the legal and judicial system in Islam, which states that the case is not valid for proceedings if a doubt arises in the case. Therefore, the strength of two female witnesses is intended to eliminate this doubt.”

The Islamic Circle of North America (Canada) website has an online teaching syllabus. Here you will find the book ‘The Gardens of the Righteous’, wherein you will see the same information about the lesser abilities of women in roles of leadership because of their emotional natures.

The Gardens of the Righteous (Arabic: Riyadh as-Salihin), is a compilation of verses from the Qur’an and hadith by Al-Nawawi. It contains a total of 1905 hadith divided across 372 chapters, many of which are introduced by verses of the Quran. It also adds modern commentary to the verses from the Qur’an and hadith.

The following are excerpts from the book which deal with the differences between women and men in Islam:

“[Hadith]:1879. Ibn `Umar (May Allah be pleased with them) said: The Prophet (PBUH) said, “O women folk! You should give charity and be diligent in seeking Allah’s forgiveness because I have seen (i.e., on the Night of the Ascension to the highest heavens) that dwellers of the Hell are women.” A woman amongst them said: “Why is it that the majority of the dwellers of Hell are women?” The Prophet (PBUH) replied, “You curse frequently and are ungrateful to your husbands. In spite of your lacking in wisdom and failing in religion, you are depriving the wisest of men of their intelligence.” Upon this the woman asked: “What is the deficiency in our wisdom and in our religion?” He (PBUH) replied, “Your lack of wisdom can be well judged from the fact that the evidence of two women is equal to that one man. You do not offer Salat (prayer) for some days and you do not fast (the whole of) Ramadan sometimes, it is a deficiency in religion.”

[Muslim].

Commentary:

“l. In this narration, certain weaknesses of the female sex have been pointed out, which are natural and pertain to the woman’s biology, psychology and embryology.

“According to biologists, during and before menstruation, a female’s thought process is affected. Similarly, her pulse and blood pressure are also altered. Females are also more prone to hysteriaFor these reasons, the Qur’an has declared that when you have to appoint or choose witnesses among women, you should choose two in place of one man. Modern researches have proved this rule to be correct on the basis of biology, psychology and embryology.

“Again we know that physically speaking, the female has been named as the weaker sex. For these reasons, females have been excused from earning their livelihood. For earning livelihood, one may have to go out and work hard. Women have been exempted from this duty because of their biological differences and other considerations of Shari`ah. Present-day women who are ignorant of Islam and modern researches are not prepared to accept these scientifically and religiously proved facts. The West claims equality between the sexes. But this equality has not been established so far. Today all the important posts are occupied by males and all the international policies are framed by them alone. Even matters pertaining to women are decided by them. They have mostly relegated them to the posts of workers, secretaries and stenographers for their sexual satisfaction and enjoyment. After a struggle for hundred years, their condition today proves that they are the weaker sex.

“So, it is both beneficial and more respectful for her to limit herself to the sphere of action suggested for her by Islam. If she oversteps her sphere, she will certainly lose her female dignity and prestige, as has happened in the West. Her state and condition there is an eyeopener for all.

“2. Women should request forgiveness from Allah very often and be generous in charity. They should not show ungratefulness to their husbands and should avoid backbiting and cursing others so that they may save themselves from Hell.”

Canadian Muslim scholar: women are “ineligible for the position of head of state”

Dr. Jamal Badawi, the Vice-Chairman of the Islamic University, a former professor at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and an activist with the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), presented a similar view in his book “Status of Women In Islam” which is being sold at ISNA bookstore in Mississauga. The following are excerpts from the book (p.16-17):

“Although not mentioned in the Qur’an, one Hadeeth of the Prophet is interpreted to make woman ineligible for the position of head of state. The Hadeeth referred to is roughly translated: “A people will not prosper if they let a woman be their leader.” This limitation, however, has nothing to do with the dignity of woman or with her rights. It is rather, related to the natural differences in the biological and psychological make-up of men and women.”

“According to Islam, the head of the state is no mere figurehead. He leads people in the prayers, especially on Fridays and festivities; he is continuously engaged in the process of decision-making pertaining to the security and well-being of his people. This demanding position, or any similar one, such as the Commander of the Army, is generally inconsistent with the physiological and psychological make-up of woman in general.”

“It is a medical fact that during their monthly periods and during their pregnancies, women undergo various physiological and psychological changes. Such changes may occur during an emergency situation, thus affecting her decision, without considering the excessive strain which is produced. Moreover, some decisions require a maximum of rationality and a minimum of emotionality – a requirement which does not coincide with the instinctive nature of women.”

 

Imam reiterates Canadian online syllabus view on Music in Islam

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ICNA (Islamic Circle of North America) Canada is an Islamic nationalwide organization striving “to build an Exemplary Canadian Muslim Community” by “total submission to Him [Allah] and through the propagation of true and universal message of Islam.”

Located at 391 Burnhamthorpe Rd., East, Oakville, Ontario, ICNA Canada emphasizes that “the propagation of true and universal message of Islam is only possible in Canada when whole Canadian Muslim Community transformed into a Dawah community by practicing and propagating the true Islamic Way of Life. With the vision of building an exemplary Canadian Muslim community it is very important to spread the word of Islam…”

Dr. Iqbal Massod Al-Nadvi is the Amir (President) of Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Canada andis also serving as Chairperson of Canadian Council of Imams. he also served as Director of Al-Falah Islamic School in Oakville, Ontario from 2004 to 2011, prior to which he served as Imam of Muslim Association of Calgary Islamic Center from 1998-2004 and as a member of the University of Calgary chaplaincy team.

On its official website ICNA Canada shares with its members, followers and supporters the book “Riyad us Saliheen” (“The Gardens of the Righteous” رياض الصالحين) compiled by Imam Zakaruya Yahya Bin Sharaf An-Nawawi, a Sunni Shafi’ite jurist and hadith scholar who lived in 13th century.

The Gardens of the Righteous (Arabic: Riyadh as-Salihin), is a compilation of verses from the Qur’an and hadith by Al-Nawawi. It contains a total of 1905 hadith divided across 372 chapters, many of which are introduced by verses of the Quran.

The book “Riyad us Saliheen” (“The Gardens of the Righteous”) which appears on ICNA Canada site adds modern commentary to the verses from the Qur’an and hadith.

The following are excerpts from the book which deal with songs, music and jesters who are brought to amuse people.

“[Hadith]: 772. Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, “None of you should drink standing; and if any one forgets, he must vomit.”

[Muslim].

Commentary: In the preceding Ahadith, we are told that one can drink water even in a standing position, it is better to eat or drink while seated in order to be on the safe side. Otherwise, the truth of the matter is that one should be cautious enough to eat or drink seated. Doubtless, it is an approved practice. Nowadays, people have made it a habit to eat food at feasts in a standing posture. They argue it is convenient because the whole of the gathering is dealt out at the same time. Yet, they fail to keep in their view the overwhelming disadvantages of this convenience. First, it involves the emulation of western example without any benefit. Second, the Prophet (PBUH) has forbidden it. Third, the indiscipline it spawns hardly befits the social behaviour of a dignified and civilized nation. Fourth, a long wait, tedious and boring normally features feasts and wedding parties. Fifth, in order to make it agreeable and to do away with the boredom of participants, either film songs or musical notes are played on record-players, or jesters and buffoons are brought in to amuse and entertain them. This is all satanic work, forbidden and unlawful, having no place in Islam.”

This is not only taught with this online syllabus, it is also taught by Canadian Imams.

Music is the recitation of the devil,” warns Toronto Imam

Shaykh Said Rageah (الشيخ سعيد راجح) was born in Somalia and in the late 80sn moved to North America. Rageah has a Bachelor’s in Islamic studies and a Masters in Shari’ah and he has had several posts over the years, including: founder of Masjid Huda in Montreal and Masjid Aya in Maryland, advisor for Muslim Youth magazine, and member in the Aqsa Association.

He is also the founder of both Muslim Magazine and Al Aqsa Association, and served as the Chaplain at both the University of Calgary and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). He served as anImam at the Abu Hurairah Mosque in Toronto, the Chairman for the Journey of Faith Conference and as an instructor for the AlMaghrib Institute.

In one of his lectures few years ago at Abu Huraira Centre Rageah explained the Islamic Law regarding the issue of playing and listening to music:

“[Reading a question submitted to him by a woman] She says should the parents have let their children listen to music of any type and is music in general haram [prohibited]?

“Music, there is a difference between singing and music. Music in general is haram [prohibited]. Music, all kind of music, that you use the instruments, you know, piano, guitar, bass, all of this is haram, haram, haram [prohibited].

“However, there is a nasheed [liturgical hymn], Islamic nasheed that is permissible. So, a person can listen to Islamic nasheed, but the children should not listen to music and I tell you especially these young children.

When you play music in your house in reality you are inviting shaytan [devil] to your house, you’re inviting jinn [demon] to your house and that’s why you see especially [when] we treat that people who have jinn [demon], so every time you go back you would find that this person is committing a sin (معصية) and one common thing that most of the people are committing is the sin (معصية) of listening to music. When you play music all the shayateen [devils] are welcome to your house.

“It is like someone calling Allah Akbar [Allah is the Greatest], Allah Akbar and you see all the Muslims coming to the masjid [mosque], because they heard the adhan [Islamic call to prayer], likewise when you play music in your house all the shayteen [devils] around that area will come on to listen to the music, because music is the recitation of the shaytan [devil].

“Therefore it is not permitted. But, some brothers and sisters are very smart. If the music is a Western music [it] is haram [prohibited], if it’s Arabic music [it] is halal [permissible].

“I swear by Allah [والله]. And some of them say: Oh, no. this is Somali music… [A sentence in Somali language] we know this lady; you know her music is not haram [prohibited]. Simple because they know that person her music is not haram [prohibited]. That is not a reason. All the music is haram [prohibited].”

The birth of Islamic terrorism (ISIS)

It is commonly thought that terrorism carried out in the name of Islam does not come from the true teachings of Islam.

In Canada, the petition against Islamophobia sponsored by liberal MP Frank Baylis, E-411, which produced the resultant motion introduced by liberal MP Iqra Khalid, M-103, states that “These violent individuals do not reflect in any way the values or the teachings of the religion of Islam. In fact, they misrepresent the religion. We categorically reject all their activities. They in no way represent the religion, the beliefs and the desire of Muslims to co-exist in peace with all peoples of the world.”

History of Islamic violence and conquest is well documented. Many argue that this was defensive warfare, and had nothing to do with the doctrine of Islam. The Quran, Hadith and Sunnah are all very clear in their proclamation of the dominance of Islam, and the fight to attain or retain that dominance.

This dominance is not just Muslim against non Muslim, but one Islamic sect against another.

We see this in the battle of Karbala.  This battle took place in October of 680 AD after the death of Mohammad. A small group of supporters and relatives of Mohammad’s grandson Husayn (Hussain) ibn Ali fought against a larger military detachment from the forces of  Yazid (Yazeed) I, the Umayyad caliph. One group of Muslims (Sunni) believe that all the companions of Prophet were rightly guided, so they are equal in leadership of Muslims after the Prophet. The other group (Shia) has the belief that only the household of the Prophet  including Imam Ḥusayn ibn ‘Alī should be followed in explanation of Islam and leadership. The result of this battle (jihad) was the death of Mohammads grandson Husayn ibn Ali at the hands of Yazid I and his followers. Shia Muslims all over the world remember the death of Husayn with the Islamic holy day called Ashura or ‘Day of Remembrance’. Some Shiite communities promote hemic flagellation rituals as a way of preserving the memory of the revolution of Imam al-Husayn. Read full battle details here.

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Ashura ceremony in Toronto

 

Many apologists will argue that this was a violent time in history, and not just in the Islamic world. This is true indeed, but what is concerning to us is the perpetuation of this violence in the Islamic world, and not just by ‘violent individuals’.

A senior Ontario Shiite activist posted on his facebook page the following:

“You think ISIS terrorism is recent, it’s because you are unaware about Hussain. Almost 1400 years ago Hussain was fighting ISIS ideology against Yazeed’s terrorism.”

The lie that we are being fed by politicians that ISIS terror has nothing to do with Islam is just that, a lie.  As we see above, Muslim scholars and activists acknowledge that it has everything to do with Islam. It is admitted that terrorism is deeply rooted in early Islam. This refutes the E-411 and M-103 premise that Islam has nothing to do with terrorism.

 

Credit: Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, ACD

How do ‘pro Palestine’ activists excuse hate speech by Muslim clerics?

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Shafiq Hudda and Asad Jafri at 2014 Al-Quds Day rally in Toronto. Photo: screenshot darstv YouTube Channel

We have spent some time writing about and investigating the events surrounding the Al Quds Day in Toronto on June 9.

This event has created controversy for many years, and concerns have been brought forward, not only with the speeches that were given, but also the attitude and signage of the participants.

Counter protesters recall small children walking past them, chanting ‘death to Israel’, while drawing their fingers across their throats.

This past June ninth rally was no different. When is hate speech considered hate speech? When are threatening gestures considered threatening?

During International Al Quds Day  held July 26, 2014 in Toronto , Shiite imam Asad Jafri delivered a speech in front of the American Consulate. The following are excerpts from Jafri’s speech:

“Al Quds rally in Toronto: “Your days are numbered” ; “Time of death is eminent” Credit: Dr Rachel Ehrenfeld, ACD

… first of all to the Zionist regime, we tell you very openly that your days are numbered… that we will see that day when you will be destroyed and until there is breath in our lungs and life in ourselves we will continue to chant ‘long live Palestine’. And we will not stop until that day, we will not stop until that day that we ourselves hammered the last nail in the coffin of Zionism. And your tombstone Zionism it will say that here lies Zionism, the establisher of injustice, the establisher of apartheid and the time of death is imminent, God willing. Our second group are the Palestinian people. Your resistance, your courage, your patience your perseverance, your sacrifice, is heard all over the world on this day of Al-Quds Day. We stand besides you. We stand in front of you. We stand behind you… You will see the destruction of Israel very soon. They are desperate, they are weak, they are losing their power…

Was Sheikh Shafiq Hudda’s Al Quds day speech Antisemitic?

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The subject of Sheikh Shafiq Hadda’s speech at the Al Quds Day rally at Queens Park, Toronto has created quite a stir. Several organizations called him out, accusing him of hate speech.

The Sheikh, in turn, filed a libel notice against these organizations.

Below, you will see the transcript of the Skeikh’s speech as interpreted by several different organizations. Is such a statement(s) hate speech, or a legitimate opinion protected by free speech?

What did Sheikh Shafiq Hadda say in his speech at Al Quds Day rally?” credit: Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, ACD 

“Sheikh Shafiq Hudda’s speech at Al-Quds Day rally in Toronto on June 9, 2018 made headlines in Canada over a highly controversial line.

According to Bnai Brith Canada, Sheikh Shafiq Hudda called for the “eradication” of Israelis.

The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) transcribed Sheikh Shafiq Hudda’s statement as follows: “A day will come when we will see justice through out the world the eradication of the unjust powers such as the American empire, such as the Israelis and the Zionists.”

MEMRI (The Middle East Media Research Institute) transcribed Sheikh Shafiq Hudda’s statement as follows: “We pray to the creator and to the almighty, a day will come when we see justice throughout the world. The eradication of the unjust powers such as the American empire, such as the Israeli Zionists.”

Sheikh Shafiq Hudda’s lawyer published the official version of his statement at al-Quds Day rally: “We pray to the creator and to the almighty, a day will come when we see justice throughout the world. The eradication of the unjust powers such as the American empire, such as the Israeli Zionists.”

ACD transcribed Sheikh Shafiq Hudda’s statement as follows: “We pray to the creator and to the almighty, a day will come when we see justice throughout the world. The eradication of the unjust powers such as the American empire, such as the Israelis and Zionist[s].”

At the beginning of his speech Sheikh Shafiq Hudda said the following: “Why, you’re saying that it’s anti-Semitism? It’s anti-Judaism? Then I would say why are my Jewish brothers and sisters here today and every year? It’s not a matter of Semitism or anti-Semitism, it’s a matter that the government of Israel, the state of Israel has committed acts that no other country and no other nation, no other entity has committed. Against innocents, against children, against the vulnerable, against the elderly. You will see them, everywhere around you. Those who are the most vulnerable get attacked by the Zionist.”