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THE INVASION: Mosque Tells Muslim Migrants “Breed To Conquer Europe”

AN IMAM at a Mosque in Jerusalem told European Muslim Migrants to “breed to conquer the continent.”

The imam at the al-Aqsa Mosque urged Migrants to conquer the continent “in the name of the coming Caliphate.” reported The Times of Israel.

Sheikh Muhammad Ayed claimed European countries only wanted Muslim migrants who are currently flooding into the EU for the sake of labor.

“Germany is not a compassionate country that wishes to absorb refugees from Syria and Iraq, and Palestinian refugees in the Levant and elsewhere,” the preacher said.

“Europe has become old and decrepit, and needs human reinforcement. No force is more powerful than the human force of us Muslims.”

“They are not motivated by compassion for the Levant, its people, and its refugees,” Ayed continued. “Throughout Europe, all the hearts are infused with hatred toward Muslims. They wish that we were dead. But they have lost their fertility, so they look for fertility in their midst.”

He thereupon called on his fellow Muslims to “breed children with them, because we shall conquer their countries.”

“Take the refugees!” he exhorted European states. “We shall soon collect them in the name of the coming Caliphate. Will will say to you: These are our sons. Send them, or we will send our armies to you.”

“This dark night will be over, and soon, we will trample them underfoot, Allah willing.”

The video posted to YouTube was later deleted.

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  1. James Hammond

    22 November 2018 at 09:37

    The Imam is right but it is Merkel, Macron, Junckers, May and a whole host of traitors that are the decrepit ones but they will be gone before long, along with the migrants. Send your armies? Yeah right.

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