On July 27, 2015, Sheikh Khaled Al-Maghrabi could be seen preaching martyrdom to children on the streets of the Old City of Jerusalem, a video by MEMRI shows. Interestingly, an Arab passerby scolded him, saying that he should not be teaching such notions to children.
The children were led in chants in praise of martyrdom and of "Khaybar, Khaybar, oh Jews” – a well-known anti-Jewish chant.
Al-Maghrabi and the children, who were attending his summer camp at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, were prevented from entering the compound because of riots.
“These three privileges are granted to the martyr,” he taught them.” Let's repeat them: First of all, he is absolved with the first drop of his blood. Secondly, he is married off to two virgins of Paradise. Thirdly, he gets to vouch for seventy members of his family. In the same hadith, the Prophet mentions the murabit. Today we are all murabiteen at the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, because they prevented us from going in. What does the Prophet say about the murabit? He will be married off to seventy virgins of Paradise. The martyr gets two virgins of Paradise, but the murabit gets seventy – 35 times more than the martyr. “
The ribat are the borderlines of the Islamic area, at the places feared to be attacked by the enemies of Islam, and a Murabit is the person garrisoned there, who has dedicated himself to Jihad in the Cause of Allah and defending religion.