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March 4, 2013 Clip No. 3763

Egyptian Islamist Politician Hussam Abu Al-Bukhari: The Founders of America Would Eat the Flesh of the Indians

Following are excerpts from an address by Egyptian Islamist politician Hussam Abu Al-Bukhari, which was posted on the Internet on March 4, 2013.


Hussam Abu Al-Bukhari: We are completely unaware that we are in a real conflict – a religious conflict, a cultural conflict, a conflict over countries, over values, over everything.


Since we are talking about America, we should consider how it came into being. America was founded through the genocide of the indigenous people of North America, South America, and Australia. American civilization was founded only after their complete annihilation.


I’ve brought a very important book with me, titled America: The Cultural Genocides. It by is Munir Akash. This book discusses the genocides, providing documentation about its different types. It discusses the genocide of the people they named “Indians.” They killed hundreds of millions.


An entire chapter in this book is devoted to the eating of the flesh of the Indians. It is an entire chapter on how the Americans – or the British immigrants, who were referred to as “pilgrims” – would kill the Indians and then eat them – cooked, barbequed, made into kebabs, you name it… Not just that, sometimes they would killed them for the purpose of eating them.


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Dr. Akash quotes studies from British, Australian, and American universities, showing that since Columbus and to this day, not a single document has proven that the indigenous people were cannibals. On the contrary, the cannibalism emerged from English culture. There were books explaining how to eat human flesh.


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