(Fox News) The new tone coming out of Egypt - punctuated by President Mohammed Morsi mouthing "Amen" to an Imam's call for the destruction of Israel - is rattling residents of the Jewish state, who claim the Obama administration isn't taking the ratcheted-up rhetoric seriously.
Lip reading by the Anti Defamation League and the Middle East Media Research Institute confirmed Morsi's approval of a prayer delivered by influential Imam Futouh Abd Al-Nabi Mansour last Friday, in which he stated, "Oh Allah ... grant us victory over the infidels. Oh Allah, destroy the Jews and their supporters." Israelis already nervous by the rise of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood say it is the latest example of a disturbing trend.
"There is no question that the rise to power of the Muslim Brotherhood has prompted open expressions of anti-Semitism in ways that were never publicly expressed during the Mubarak period," Efraim Zuroff of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Israel office told Fox News.com. "The Obama administration is treating this far less seriously than it should be."
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