Source: Family Security Matters, by ALAN KORNMAN, May 3, 2017
Radicalized Islamic Cleric Kamal El-Mekki‘s appearance in Central Florida from May 12-14, 2017 is generating real concern as he publicly advocates religiously sanctioned murder. Kamal El-Mekki’s incitement to violence hate speech must be condemned by the media, local Islamic leaders, and the non-Muslim clergy.
Kamal El-Mekki on video tape, stated the following:
- Killing of Muslims who leave Islam (apostates) is sanctioned.
- Killing of adulterers is sanctioned (but advises clerics not to discuss it so much).
- Killing & Beheading of criminals is necessary for a safe society.
- Killing drug dealers in America would be a good practice.
- Hate for the Non-Muslim. “As for the kuffar (derogatory name for non-Muslims), “the first thing is, why would you want to follow a people whom you know and you’re sure that their end will be in the hellfire?”
- Offensive statements regarding the homosexual lifestyle.
- Polygamy is an acceptable practice
A dangerous pattern of three radicalized Islamic Clerics being invited to speak in Orlando, in the last 16 months, can no longer be ignored. Three Radical Islamic clerics will have visited numerous Mosques, held private events in the Orlando area, and now the Al-Maghrib Institute, reaching several thousands of Muslims living in the Orlando area. To date no Muslim cleric in Orlando has condemned any of these speakers and that is problematic in a spectacular fashion. Who are these Radical Clerics invited to Orlando?
Sheikh Sekaleshfar 2 months before Pulse Attack calls for the killing of all gays. See video Channel 9 News Investigative Report.
Imam Mohammad Rateb Al-Nabulsi (January 2017) calls for the killing of Jews and Gays (Channel 9 News Report)
Now Radical Islamic Cleric Kamal El-Mekki will be speaking in Orlando for a 3 day seminar May 12-14.
Who: Kamal El Mekki
When: May 12-14, 2017
Where: Ibn Seena Academy 12999 Deertrace Avenue, Orlando, 32837, FL
What: 3 Day Seminar – Stories Of The Prophets
Why: To teach the followers of Islam and the youth about doctrine and theology.
Facts and Evidence