A preacher at the Al-Aqsa mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem - Judaism's holiest site - engaged in blatant incitement against Jews and Israel in an impromptu speech two weeks ago, in remarks translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute.
"Let me start by saying that talking about the traits of the Jews requires one to get into a special mode, because when talking about the Jews, we are talking about a people to whom every single vile trait has been attributed," the preacher, named as Sheikh Omar Abu Sara, begins. "They were the masters of these vile traits and they taught their secrets to others."
"These traits were registered in the Quran, which depicted all aspects of the lives of the Jews in the most abominable images," he continued. "These traits are the same today as they were in the days of yore."
The preacher then continues to slam Jews, calling them the "most evil of Allah's creations," claiming that they "kill prophets," and saying "it was Jews whom Allah turned into apes and pigs."
Tens of Arabs can be seen sitting or standing, watching the preacher.
"I say to the Jews: the time for your slaughter has come," he added. "The time to fight you has come, the time to kill you has come."
The incident is just the latest example of incitement to violence by Islamists on the Temple Mount - a phenomenon which recently prompted Israel's Internal Security Minister to look into banning one particularly active group.