Friday, November 18, 2016

  • Friday, November 18, 2016
  • Elder of Ziyon

Dr. Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim, a professor of interpretation of Quranic sciences at Al-Azhar University, said that allowing Iranian tourists to enter Egypt is a threat to Egyptian national security, pointing out what Iran has been doing to the Sunnis in Syria, Iraq and Yemen.

Abdel Moneim said in a statement that Shiites are plotting day and night, stressing that Iran is working with the support of America to become the next police officer in the region, to tamper with Sunnis' security and stability.

Implying that Shiites aren't Muslim to begin with, he stressed that Shiites are more dangerous to Muslims than Jews and Christians are.

He is hardly a philosemite. He has asked why the Shiites in Yemen aren't shooting rockets towards Jews in Tel Aviv, because the Jews "want to destroy Al Aqsa."

He was also in the headlines recently for slamming another Al Azhar professor who said that the Islamic veil is not necessary, saying that the professor seeks to destroy Islam totally.

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