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A sharia judge in “moderate” Jordan threatens a Jewish convert

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The man left Islam to become a Jew, and the judge screamed at him because he said that Jerusalem is Jewish, with the judge applying terrorism charges against the apostate.

And while this judge is part of the Jordanian regime, the king of Jordan is being awarded Templeton Prize in America for what they claim his role in religious coexistence.

That Judge received much praise for his actions in the Jordanian media, and from the legal bodies in Jordan. All of them belong to the regime that this king leads.

Enough with the US hypocrisy in rewarding and supporting the terrorist leaders and tagging them as “moderates.”

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A Jordanian judge yells at an apostate: Jerusalem is Arab and the capital of Palestine is my father from Abi

Amon, News, June 27, 2018 (thanks to Adi):

Amoun – Sahar al-Qasim – ‘Shut up the Arab Jerusalem and the capital of Palestine, who will be willing and father of my father’ This is what the judge in the Sharia Court of Jerusalem, Dr. Bassam Jabour, shouted at the apostate when he said that Jerusalem – the Zionist entity – Israel.

Judge Jabour forced the apostate to remain silent, not to mention Israel’s word and to prevent him from repeating Israel’s word or Jerusalem to Israel.

This came during a hearing held to consider a lawsuit filed by the son of the apostate stone subject to his father because of apostasy.

In detail, the apostate was converted from Islam to Judaism since 2011. At the time his wife, a cousin of his aunt and resident in Zarqa province, filed a dissenting suit because of his apostasy.

Once again, his son, after he was of legal age, filed a suit with the Sharia court in Amman demanding that his father be quarantined for apostasy.

During the hearing to hear his testimony in the case, he admitted to converting to Judaism and said he was going to Israel and worshiping in Jerusalem. Judge Hai said that Palestine was not Israel. The apostate said that Jerusalem was for Israel. From Abi and take repeated his words Jerusalem is Arab.

In a scene that angered and angered lawyers who attended the meeting by chance from the apostate, he was also proud of the judge’s reaction, which prevented him from repeating Israel’s speech in the courtroom.

Judge Jabbour continued the hearing and adjourned the case for further consideration at the next hearing.

A number of lawyers came to the judge’s office after the hearing to praise his position and his response to the apostate expressed their pride in the Jordanian legal and systemic judiciary.

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