Arab clerics debate which people in the Middle East thirst human blood the most.

The volume of extreme antisemitism in the Middle East (often translated into English by Palestinian Media Watch and Middle East Media Research Institute) is staggering.

Occasionally, we post such clips in the context of ‘what the Guardian won’t report’, but we couldn’t possibly do justice to the degree and volume of anti-Jewish racism in the Arab/Muslim world.

While the following clip, of a Saudi cleric informing viewers that Jews use the blood of non-Jews to bake Passover Matzoh, is not at all uncommon, the video of an Egyptian cleric you’ll see following the Saudi’s antisemitic blood libel charge does seem quite unusual.  

First, the Saudi cleric, Slaman Al-Odeh.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MEquLcPomM&feature=player_embedded]

Now, for something completely different…from Egyptian Cleric Sallah Sultan.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V69DfFyiyEg]

Did you see that?

According to Sallah Sultan, it’s the Palestinians who thirst the blood of Jews, and not (as previously believed by most of the Jew hating world) the other way around!

I don’t know about you, but I’m thoroughly confused.

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