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Last updated: October 8, 2014

Be prepared for a surprise: This Moroccan Amazigh poet defends Zionism and opens up about Sex Jihad

Banner Icon "In an interview with the Moroccan radio station Medradio, Amazigh poet and activist Malika Mazan defended Zionism, claiming that like any other nation, the Jews have the right to establish their homeland," writes MEMRI, which translated the video.

The interview was initially published online on September 19. Among other things, you'll see Mazan explain controversial posts from her Facebook page in which she declared that she was countering the practices of militant Islamists, who have been accused of abusing young girls, by instead offering sex services to members of the Kurdish army fighting IS.

"They (IS) use religion to get little girls in order to satisfy their urges ... They are dogs," she says. But when it came to actually performing sex Jihad in support for Kurdish fighters, which she had previously mentioned, Mazan ultimately stated it was said "as a symbolic act out of solidarity."

On the sensitive issue of Israel, the provocative poet and activist takes a firm stance: "Zionism means that the Jews want to establish their own state. It's their right."

You can watch the entire interview above.

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