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Abu Hamza al-Masris utgytelser er sære og syke i vanlige menneskers ører. Men det satt altså mennesker i en forsamling og hørte på ham, og noen gikk ut og gjorde som han sa.

Fra annen dag i retten, der livet i Storbritannia beskrives som å leve inne i et toalett.

The first video, called the «Holy Way to Khilafa» (Muslim nationhood), showed Hamza seated at a table with a banner which read «Al-Jihad» during a meeting in Whitechapel, east London, in 1997 or 1998.

He told the unseen audience that living in Britain was like the «inside of a toilet» and added: «We are all under the heavy boots of the kufr (unbeliever).»

«This is why they talk of the Khilafa now,» he added.

«Some talk of it as the drug which they need to vent themselves, others they talk about it as the only solution.»

Quoting the prophet Mohammed he added: «The blood and destruction is the destruction upon you kaffirs.»

He said democracy was crumbling and laid out a two-stage plan to replace it with a Muslim nation.

The first he said meant «bleed them from their sides, their heads, their economy, everything until they surrender.»

The preacher went on: «Like you imagine you have only one small knife and you have a big animal in the front of you, the size of the knife you can’t slaughter him with this.

«You have to stab him here and there until he bleeds to death, until he die, then you cut his meat the way you like it or leave it for the maggots.»

Britain ‘like the inside of a toilet’, said Hamza
By Duncan Gardham
(Filed: 13/01/2006)