Saudi Cleric Salman Al-Odeh: Jews Use Human Blood for Passover Matzos
Following are excerpts from an interview with Saudi cleric Salman Al-Odeh, which aired on Rotana Khalijiya TV on August 13, 2012.
Salman Al-Odeh: The Holocaust has an historical basis. Many stories about it are documented and well-founded. The problem lies, first of all, in the exaggeration of the Holocaust. It has been turned into a myth of tremendous proportions.
Interviewer: A sacred myth...
Salman Al-Odeh: That's the other thing. The Holocaust has been made sacred. Talking about it, refuting it, or denying it is sometimes a legal offense for which one can be placed on trial. It has become, in effect, a sacred historical event...
...The Jews believe that they have the right to kill anyone who does not adhere to their religion. This is written in the Talmud and some of their holy books.
It is well-known that the Jews celebrate several holidays, one of which is the Passover, or the Matzos Holiday. I read once about a doctor who was working in a laboratory. This doctor lived with a Jewish family. One day, they said to him: "We want blood. Get us some human blood." He was confused. He didn't know what this was all about. Of course, he couldn't betray his work ethics in such a way, but he began inquiring, and he found that they were making matzos with human blood.
They eat it, believing that this brings them close to their false god, Yahweh. This caused a scandal.