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University of Illinois at Chicago students during Friday sermon: America, democracy and secularism are cancer; Muslims have a new, just way of life that will bring peace to Muslims and non-Muslims alike; There are people in this room capable of liberating Al-Aqsa; May Allah make us one of the liberators of Al-Aqsa Mosque

Mohammad Nusairat, a student at the University of Chicago in Illinois, said in his Friday sermon on May 3, 2024, at the university’s MSA – Muslim Student Association that America, the American government and democracy are a cancer. He said they spread their disease around the world. Nussairat continued to say that non-Muslims were tired of the cancer of American government and democracy and wanted a new way of life. He emphasized that Muslims lead this lifestyle and that Islam is a religion to be implemented in society.

In a Friday sermon on April 26, 2024 at the UIC MSA, Musab Kazi said that the liberation of Palestine will not come at the hands of America, congressmen or senators, but at the hands of the Muslim nation. He said that the “strong Muslims” who were able to save the Al-Aqsa Mosque “from the hands of the ‘oppressors’ “are now sitting before me in this hall.”

According to their Linkedin account, Mohammad Nusairat is a member of the UIC Class of 2025 and Musab Kazi is a member of the UIC Class of 2024. The sermons were posted on MSA at UIC on YouTube. Notably, in October 2023, Sadik Froukh, then a student at UIC, delivered a Friday sermon at MSA honoring the October 7 attacks.

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Mohammad Nusairat: “America, the American government, secularism, democracy, capitalism – these are cancers that have spread their diseases throughout the world”; Under a righteous Islam, ‘non-Muslims will not have to worry about the problems they worry about now’

Mohammad Nusairat: “America is cancer. America, the American government, secularism, democracy, capitalism, these are cancers that have spread their disease throughout the world – in America and the Middle East. Here in America, people are free to – again, as I said – commit zina (fornication), but when you speak up, it’s a problem.

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“Now Muslims are tired of this cancer. They are tired of the American government. They are tired of democracy. They want a new way of life. And as Muslims we have to understand that we have this new way of life.

“(The Messenger) was sent as a mercy for all mankind. He was sent as a mercy. Why? Because the way of life he brought will bring this mercy. The way of life he has brought will bring this peace, Muslims and non-Muslims will not have to worry about the problems they are dealing with now. You won’t have to, because Islam is a just religion that has been implemented in society.

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Musab Kazi: “Muslims who are able to save Al-Aqsa Mosque from the hands of the oppressors are now sitting before me… We ask Allah to make us one of those through whose hands Al-Aqsa witnesses its liberation”

Musab Kazi: “Today in Gaza the enemies, the enemies of Islam, are clear. Those who fight against Allah, his Messenger, the believers, it is very, very clear. It is an illegal Zionist entity. It is America that provides them with a backbone for their oppression. And in several ways they have made it clear that they hate when Muslims remember Islam and they hate when people, Muslim and non-Muslim, speak out against injustice in Gaza.

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“So these are not people from whom we as Muslims can look for support. Our support cannot come from those whose hands are dirty with the blood of the young sons and daughters of the umma of Muhammad in Gaza. Changing and achieving the ultimate goal we seek, the removal of the occupation of Palestine and the liberation of Palestine, will not be in the hands of America. It will not be in the hands of congressmen and senators, or representatives of the ummah, by Allah.

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“Strong Muslims and people of conviction are now sitting before me in this hall. The Muslims who are able to save the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the hands of its oppressors are now sitting before me. And all the time today they sit in mosques and universities, listening to khutba all over the world.

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“We ask Allah to place us among those through whose hands Al-Aqsa witnesses its liberation.”