Egyptian Islamic Cleric: ‘May Allah Use This Virus To Annihilate The Infidels’

Egyptian Islamic preacher Mohammed al-Hefnawi al-Ansari: Thank you coronavirus for shutting down cinemas, coffee shops, and whorehouses; may Allah use this virus to annihilate the infidels and Shiites.

Mohammed Al-Hefnawi Al-Ansari: “Thank you corona! This pandemic that has spread everywhere is good despite being a plague. When the people stopped enjoining good and forbidding evil, the coronavirus came to enjoin good and to forbid evil. By the order of Allah, Who has imposed this plague upon us, the coronavirus has made them shut down all the pubs. The coronavirus has made them shut down all the pubs. The coronavirus has made them shut down all the coffee shops. They have banned hookahs and cigarettes. The coronavirus has made them shut down cinemas all over the world – among Muslims and infidels alike. It happened in Islamic countries and in infidel countries alike. Thank you corona! The coronavirus has made them shut down all the whorehouses worldwide.

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“Oh Allah, relieve the Islamic nation of the coronavirus and use it to annihilate the infidels. Oh Allah, relieve the Islamic nation of the coronavirus and use it to annihilate the tyrants, the infidels, and the atheists. Oh Allah, use the coronavirus to annihilate the Rafidite Shiites, and deliver the Muslims from this plague.”

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