Friday, December 27, 2013

A student leader in Egypt, Mohammed Jamal Kaht, has called for the Protocols of the Elders of Zion to be part of the official Egyptian high school curriculum. He also called for very Egyptian household to obtain a copy of the famous antisemitic work.

Why?

To realize the danger around us. Many are not aware that for mob rule over us is what is sought by our enemies and their dream is for our countries to fall, one behind the other, for their chance to destroy it, and plunder their wealth.

Do not think that Jews are only those who live in Palestine, but they are merely an interface for the groups whose secret aim is to control the world.

On May 20, 1920, the newspaper Times of London published an article on "The danger of the Jews", and the writer demanded every British citizen get a copy of the minutes of the meetings of the Jews called Protocols of the Elders of Zion, to realize the extent of the danger of Jews to Britain, and then decide - Is it possible to trust them?

Egypt is targeted with a new plot to overthrow it, and the deviant group and their agents in the region are being helped by young people who have never read the Protocols of Zion.
Just some more unchallenged Jew-hatred in the mainstream Egyptian media. Nothing to see here.

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