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French Friday Sermon on Day of Paris Attacks: Our Children Can Become Rulers of France through Legal Means The Internet - November 13, 2015

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November 13, 2015

French Friday Sermon on Day of Paris Attacks: Our Children Can Become Rulers of France through Legal Means


In a Friday sermon delivered at Aicha Mosque in Montpellier, France, on the day of the Paris attacks, Imam Mohamed Khattabi said: "We dream of seeing our children become ministers and dignitaries, and even presidents. Why not? We want them to rule France one day, to rule Belgium, Germany, and Britain... You will never get [your children] there through the means of Islam. No. You must get them there through their [Western] rules, not yours." To view another Friday sermon by Imam Khattabi, delivered on March 6, in which he said that women are selfish by nature, go to http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/4841.htm.


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