WATCH: Saudi News Anchor Urges Muslims to Take Responsibility for “Abominable” Acts of Terrorism


A newsreader halted her own program to beg all Muslims to take responsibility for acts of terrorism just weeks after the ‘abominable’ Brussels bombings, THE MIRROR reports.

Nadine Al-Budair, herself a Muslim, controversially begged followers of Islam to acknowledge that terrorists are no longer a rarity, and have been created by their own people.

Speaking in the middle of TV broadcast on a Saudi Arabian news channel, her powerful address implored other Muslims to start ‘stop shedding their conscience’ and start ‘feeling shame.’

In the three minute speech, she said: “Whenever terrorism massacres peaceful civilians, the smart alecs and the hypocrites vie with one another in saying that these people do not represent Islam or the Muslims.

“Perhaps one of them could tell us who does represent Islam and the Muslims.”

She goes on to add: “It is we who blow ourselves up. It is we who blow up others.

“Why do we shed our own conscience?”

“Don’t these perpetrators emerge from our environment? Don’t their families belong to our society?

“After the abominable Brussels bombings, it’s time for us to feel shame and to stop acting as if the terrorists are a rarity.

“We must admit that they are present everywhere, that their nationality is Arab and that they adhere to the religion of Islam.


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  1. Very interesting choice of words.

    The idea of an abomination is indeed discussed in the Jewish Bible.

    I myself found a mania of hate for using that exact word the other day to describe the idea that as jews, we do not eat abominable treif. A man whom I had known for 3 years a non-jew actually blew up at me and accused me of calling him himself an abomination. He was not even in the discussion.

    The war against our faith is so bad that there are many who hate the very notion of Israel having a complaint that drives us to make havdalah and keep kosher and keep away from the ways of the unclean minded non-jew.

    Still, this is interesting. Perhaps using the term abomination will get others to turn their head.