Middle East Media Research Institute has this at their web-site.
The following are excerpts from an interview with Egyptian historian Professor Zaynab Abd Al-Aziz, which aired on Saudi Iqra TV  on May 26, 2005.
Host: "They decided to Christianize the world?"
Abd Al-Aziz: "Yes. The decisions of the 1965 Vatican Council included, first of all, absolving the Jews of the blood of Christ. This decision is well known and was the basis for the recognition of the occupying Zionist entity - Israel. The second decision was to eradicate the left in the eighties. I believe we've all witnessed this. The third decision was to eradicate Islam, so that the world would be Christianized by the third millennium."
Host: "By God, you crack me up! They all set a timer and got influenza on the same day. So the building was completely empty of Jews."
This is a historian? No wonder there is never any progress made in the Middle East. I guess he went to the same university as Edward Said, you know the one that says that Jews had never lived in Israel and that there is no evidence of the Temple or the Second Temple. I guess the jhinns inspired those two in much the same way they inspired Mohammed.
Charles Dickens nailed it on the head in A Christmas Carol, when the ghost of Christmas present said that ignorance and famine were the twin evils in the world and that ignorance was the deadliest.