Thursday, December 10, 2015

Germany: Berlin court convicts Danish imam for seeking murder of ‘Zionist Jews’

Via Jerusalem Post:
A German criminal court has fined Danish imam Sheikh Abu Bilal Ismail for incitement to hatred after convicting him of calling at a Berlin mosque for the extermination of Jews during Israel’s Operation Protective Edge.

The Jerusalem Post obtained a copy of the 16-page court verdict on Tuesday.

It said that Ismail had been fined €1,300 for delivering a fiery anti-Western and anti-Jewish sermon in July 2014 in which he said it was necessary to “destroy the Zionist Jews...,” and to “count them and kill them to the very last one. Don’t spare a single one of them...

Make them suffer terribly.”

The verdict said that Ismail considered Jews as “criminals who kill prophets and children and Jews are worse than wild beasts in the world of the jungle,” and that “Allah should kill Jews.”

It found that Ismail, 47 and a father of nine, had delivered a “hostile and hate-filled view toward Jews as a population group in Germany.”

Ismail, according the court, fulfilled the criteria of inciting hatred against Jews as well as non-Jewish groups in Germany. Ismail targeted “Jews with hatred, as well as all other non-Muslim groups living in Germany,” the verdict said.

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