Thursday, February 21, 2019

Sudanese Cleric: The Jews Epitomize Trickery, Were Turned into Apes for Trying to Trick Allah

Sudanese cleric 'Alaa Al-Din Al-Zaki said in a Tayba TV (Sudan) show on February 5, 2019 that the Jews epitomize trickery. He recounted a story from the Quran in which the Jews were turned into apes for casting their fishing nets on Friday in order to circumvent the prohibition of fishing on the Sabbath and the religious duties given to them by Allah. Al-Zaki is a Sudanese academic and member of the Sudanese Association of Islamic Fiqh.


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