'Pray For Conquest of Jerusalem; I Want To Give Friday Prayer Sermon At Al-Aqsa'

The man might well become Egypt's Khomeni, Sheikh Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi, gave his sermon in Cairo's Tahrir Square today,  and the outlook is not good. Courtesy of the invaluable Middle East Media Research Institute:

 In a special mention of the Palestinian issue, Al-Qaradhawi asked the Egyptian army to open wide the Rafah crossing and to pray for the re-conquest of Jerusalem by the Muslims, so that he and the Muslims could pray in security at Al-Aqsa Mosque. This part of his sermon was cheered and applauded by the crowd.

He also said that he wants to give the Friday prayer sermon at Al-Aqsa mosque.
Update from Andrew Bostom:

MEMRI is so far the ONLY organization to report/translate the Qaradawi statements beyond merely opening the Rafah crossing -- ie. his call for the Jihad re-conquest of Jerusalem, was conveniently omitted by the MSM and Arab media accounts
The man might well become Egypt's Khomeni, Sheikh Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi, gave his sermon in Cairo's Tahrir Square today,  and the outlook is not good. Courtesy of the invaluable Middle East Media Research Institute:

 In a special mention of the Palestinian issue, Al-Qaradhawi asked the Egyptian army to open wide the Rafah crossing and to pray for the re-conquest of Jerusalem by the Muslims, so that he and the Muslims could pray in security at Al-Aqsa Mosque. This part of his sermon was cheered and applauded by the crowd.

He also said that he wants to give the Friday prayer sermon at Al-Aqsa mosque.
Update from Andrew Bostom:

MEMRI is so far the ONLY organization to report/translate the Qaradawi statements beyond merely opening the Rafah crossing -- ie. his call for the Jihad re-conquest of Jerusalem, was conveniently omitted by the MSM and Arab media accounts

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