Amid the wave of deadly terrorist attacks against Jews in Israel, Islamist incitement continues apace - even on Judaism's holiest site.

In a sermon to Muslim worshipers at the Al Aqsa Mosque, translated by Palestinian Media Watch, Islamist preacher Sheikh Khaled al-Mughrabi outlined how the Jewish people would eventually be exterminated at the hands of Muslims, according to certain Islamic sources.

"The Children of Israel will be forced - they will not concede - they will be forced to change their plans to build the Temple inside the structure of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and will have to build it outside the Al-Aqsa Mosque... A Temple of heresy to worship the Devil," he claimed.

"Why? Because the Anti-Christ won't appear unless this Temple is built and the Devil is worshipped there..."

Repeating a Hadith (Islamic oral tradition) which features in Hamas's Charter, he continued: "[At the End of Days] we will follow the Jews everywhere. They will not escape us. They will not be able to escape us. The rock and tree will speak, according to the Hadith (tradition) of the Prophet [Muhammad]... and it is a reliable promise from the Prophet according to which the tree and the rock will speak and say: 'O Muslim, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him.'

"The Children of Israel will all be exterminated, the Anti-Christ will be killed and the Muslims will live in comfort for a long time."

While much of the current violence has not been centrally coordinated by terrorist groups, it has been actively encouraged via incitement and endless professionally-produced propaganda, both online and in mosque sermons such as this one.

It is unclear what action, if any, Israeli authorities will be taking against Sheikh Khaled al-Mughrabi - who teaches Islam twice a week in the mosque - in light of his sermon.

The Temple Mount upon which the Al Aqsa Mosque complex is built is Judaism's holiest site, but Jews are forbidden from praying there in an effort by authorities to placate Muslim groups, who have threatened violence if they are permitted to do so.

Although Islamists and the Palestinian Authority regularly claim Jewish visitors "storm" Al Aqsa Mosque, in reality they have never entered the mosque itself, given that it is in fact located outside of the area considered holy by Jews.