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Top Hamas Offical: Jews Use Blood for Matzos

A top Hamas official said last week on live television that Jews use blood to make matzos.

“The Israelis concentrate on killing children,” Osama Hamdan, a top Hamas representative in Lebanon, said on Al-Quds TV. “I believe that this is engraved in the historical Zionist and Jewish mentality, which has become addicted to the killing of women and children.”

“We all remember how the Jews used to slaughter Christians in order to mix their blood in their holy matzos,” he continued, referring to the traditional unleavened bread that Jews eat during Passover. 

This use of blood, Hamdan said, “is a fact, acknowledged by their own books and by historical evidence.”

The video clip was posted by the Middle East Media Research Institute’s TV Monitor Project. 

 

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