Wiesenthal Center: Obama should sever ties with Brotherhood

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 22, 2012 23:34

 
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The Simon Wiesenthal Center on Monday reiterated its call to US President Barack Obama to sever ties with the Muslim Brotherhood after Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi reportedly attended a prayer service during which an Islamic cleric called for the Jews to be destroyed.

According to the Center, Egypt’s Channel 1 broadcast cleric Futouh Abd Al-Nabi Mansour's sermon in which he prayed: "Oh Allah, destroy the Jews and their supporters. Oh Allah, disperse them, rend them as under. Oh Allah, demonstrate Your might and greatness upon them."

Thereafter, Morsi allegedly is seen and heard answering "Amen."

Earlier this month, the Wiesenthal Center denounced an anti-Semitic call to Jihad against Jews by Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide, Mohammed Badie.

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