Imam Calls for Jews to be Killed during Sermon… in Canada

It’s not just Muslim “extremists” in the Middle East who are teaching extreme things, it’s happening right here in North America too.

In a sermon delivered at the Dar al-Arqam mosque in Montreal, Canada on December 23, 2016, Jordanian cleric Sheikh Muhammad bin Musa Al Nasr described Jews as “the most evil of mankind” and “human demons,” and quoted a passage from the hadith that calls for killing Jews.

Here’s the passage from the hadith that he quoted.

At the end of time when Muslims will triumph over the most evil of mankind {and} the human demons, the stone and the tree wil say: O Muslim, O servant of Allah, O Muslim, O servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him; but the tree Gharqad would not say, for it is the tree of the Jews.

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The imam preached this disgusting sermon before a large crowd of gathered worshippers in what is supposed to be a “mainstream” mosque in a Western nation, and yet no one complained, no one spoke out against him, no one said anything about the sermon until a local Synagogue noticed it on YouTube 3 months later.

The video was brought to the attention of B’nai Brith Canada, which filed a complaint with Montreal police on Monday.

The organization said it is totally unacceptable that a mosque would allow this to go on.

“This is inciting violence, and this is inciting radicalization,” said Harvey Levine, regional director of B’nai Brith in Quebec.

“It’s against the law and has to be stopped,” he said, adding that the complaint was filed with the Montreal hate crimes unit…

Levine said this is the second complaint against a Montreal-area mosque filed with the Montreal police’s hate crime unit in just over 40 days.

He said the police are still investigating that first instance but says they are not taking action soon enough.

“This is totally unacceptable. We want to know why the hate crimes unit has not done something to date yet. This person should be arrested and charged for hate crimes,” said Levine.

CBC News spoke to local Muslim leaders who were similarly troubled by the imam’s sermon, admitting that there were a number of more extreme mosques in Montreal. “These people, not only do they show hatred towards non-Muslims, they even show hatred to us Muslims.” The fact that this kind of teaching is not uncommon in Montreal should give pause to local leaders as they consider how their city should interact with the Muslim community. The Muslim Council of Montreal represents about 40 mosques, if even a handful of non-affiliated mosques are known bastions of extremism, that would mean a significant minority of mosques in the Montreal were teaching extremist values. Does this same level of extremism hold true throughout North America? If so, we could all be in greater danger than we realize.

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