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WATCH – Muslim Cleric on PA TV: U.S., Israel Spread Sex, Pornography, and Drugs in the Arab World

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JERUSALEM – The U.S. and Israel disseminate sex, pornography, and drugs in the Arab world in order to destroy Islamic values, a professor of Quranic studies said on official Palestinian TV.

In a show broadcast on Thursday, Imad Hamato, who teaches at the University of Palestine in Gaza, said that the U.S.’s plan to impose American values on the Arab world began with former President George W. Bush. Hamato claimed that Bush said, “We will enter Iraq and bring in pornography and we will teach them the American civilization and culture.”

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Hamato explained that “sex is the most serious problem that the world suffers from today. It reflects the direction in which the West is directing us today.”

However, the U.S.’s sinister plot to corrupt the Arab world is not restricted to sex and pornography. On a previous show, Hamato alleged that the U.S. and Israel conspire to distribute drugs around the Arab world.

“The American intelligence system [CIA] has a unit called the Unit for Creating the Global Mood,” Hamato asserted. “Mood enhancers? Hallucinatory substances? They produce them in India and then bring them to Israel and distribute them in Sinai, and afterwards distribute them in the region, in order to destroy what remains of the values of our children.”

According to Hamato, the Quran’s stance on Jews as a people that only prize physicality is clear:

Those Jews, as it is said in the Quran, believe only in the body, not in the spirit. … In their eyes, everything physical is valuable, and thus “you see that they are the people who strive more than anyone else to stay alive.” We won’t say “alive” definitively, but rather just life, no matter what life – life in the dumps, a life of cowardice. The main thing is to stay alive.

What has Israel given to the world in our times, aside from moral corruption and degeneration of values, aside from the use of drugs and pills?


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