"Why do they hate us?!" he even says at one point. "If they didn't, there would be something mentally wrong with them."
And he goes on to observe: "Where is your positive image?" adding scathingly "C'mon ... Ten important scientists in 1000 years?..."
Clearly, this is not a BBC broadcast.
Nor is it likely that Mr Al-Husseini would ever be permitted to speak as he does in the studios of the biased and dhimmitude-inclined British national broadcaster, which is still feeding British schoolkids notions such as these:
For the genuine contributions of medieval Islam to knowledge, all praise. But let's not practise inverse racism or gild the lily or belittle and disparage Western civilisation, as the BBC loves to do.
Published on Jun 25, 2017
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