Houston Imam Sort of Apologizes

for Wanting to Kill the Jews


Raed Saleh Al-Rousan, an imam from Houston Texas, sort of apologized for wanting to kill the Jews.

Al-Rousan aroused considerable controversy after he delivered a genocidal sermon in which he said,

The Muslims will kill the Jews and the Jews will hide behind the stones and the trees, and the stones and the trees will say: Oh Muslim, oh servant of Allah, there is a Jew hiding behind me, come and kill him, except for the Gharqad tree, which is one of their trees.

The hour [i.e. Judgment Day] will not start until Muslims fight the Jews there, in Palestine. And they know that fact. And the Muslims will have the victory.

After being blasted by Jewish groups, Al-Rousan issued a semi-apology, saying he was "mortified that an impassioned sermon I gave in light of President Trump’s Jerusalem declaration is being seen as a call for the very things I despise."

Notice that the cleric did not apologize for his murderously racist words, but only for the fact that they are "being seen" as such.

One wonders precisely how such an Islamo-Nazi statement could possibly be seen any other way.

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