While Israel has cracked down on Muslim incitement on the Temple Mount – jailing a number of clerics who incited violence and banning several violent Islamist groups – it appears that anti-Semitic preaching is still continuing in the Al Aqsa Mosque.
In footage translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), preacher Ali Abu Ahmad can be seen calling for Muslim armies throughout the world to rise up and impose a "Caliphate," and ending with a prayer for the annihilation of the Jewish people.
The speech took place on May 20, in the run up to Ramadan, which Abu Ahmad references.
The Islamic holy month is consistently a time of heightened terrorist violence by Islamists in the Middle East and throughout the world. Not long after the start of Ramadan last week, two Muslim terrorists murdered four people and seriously wounded several others in a shooting attack in Tel Aviv. Security forces are on high alert for further attacks in the coming weeks, as terror groups from Hamas to ISIS have urged their followers to attack non-Muslims in "honor" of the 30-day period.
In his address to a sizable crowd inside the Al Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount, Abu Ahmad waxes poetic about the merits of a "Caliphate" or Islamic empire, and implicitly urges armies in Muslim countries to overthrow their governments and install a Caliphate.
"Palestine, the pearl of the Muslim lands, will be regained only with the return of the Caliphate – in the near future, God-willing," he declared.
The hate-preacher ended his address with a prayer, which concluded with an anti-Semitic diatribe:
"Oh Allah, protect the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews! Oh Allah, annihilate all the Jews! Oh Allah, enable us to kill them!"