This is Saudi Scholar Abdallah Al-Yahya holding forth, so no prizes for guessing the object of his hatred:
"When you embark on a serious practical dialogue with any Jew, he takes it for granted that you are an idiot."
In your case, he'd be right.
"Ultimately, the clash is inevitable, because the Zionist entity rejects half-solutions, and there are no limits to its demands. For 3,000 years, it has been making demands and acting tyrannically, controlling the economy, the [military] might, and the media....."
3000 years? I though the problem was that the "Zionist entity" was supposedly a recent 70-odd year-old imposition on what had been Muslim land.
Elsewhere at MEMRI - Shoes and chairs go flying in an Egyptian TV studio:
TV host Mohamed Al-Ghiety complained of exhaustion and of low blood pressure after his two guests, Egyptian lawyer Nabih Al-Wahsh and and self-proclaimed "Mufti of Australia" Mustafa Rashed, got into a physical fight following an exchange of insults between the Islamist lawyer Al-Wahsh and Sheikh Rashed, who is known for his ultra-permissive fatwas, including one that permits the consumption of alcohol. Although the show went off air after accusations of apostasy and mental illness were exchanged, Al-Ghiety returned to the set after a 13-minute commercial break, and aired the footage of the brawl twice, with running commentary. The program aired on the Egyptian LTC TV channel on September 26.
"A Jordanian writer, Nahed Hattar, was assassinated yesterday, minutes before he was to stand trial in a Jordanian court. A few days ago [sic], he published a cartoon that some, including myself, considered blasphemous. Minutes before he was due to stand trial in the Jordanian court, he was assassinated, and now he will stand trial in God's court... Yesterday, some people were arguing that publishing blasphemous cartoons constitutes freedom of speech or of thought, and that a person may criticize whoever or whatever he wants. They say that he is martyr, killed for the sake of freedom of speech, but I do not think this way at all. You have the right to criticize a president, a prince, or a king, but you do not have the right to draw, to affront or to humiliate the Lord. I personally declare that I support the killing of Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar. After his assassination, he will stand trial in God's court."