Video of the sermon was translated and posted on the Facebook page of the Middle East Media Research Institute.

Imam Al-Rousan released a statement about the sermon:

Regarding my sermon on Dec 8th, 2017 it must be understood that I unequivocally affirm and uphold the dignity, sanctity and value of all human life, including – of course – people of the Jewish faith.

I must also state in no uncertain terms that I am absolutely and completely opposed to and disgusted by all forms of terrorism, all terrorists, and I oppose anyone who would commit, call for, or threaten violence against civilians.
This is why as a person of faith and a religious leader, that I am mortified that an impassioned sermon I gave in light of President Trump’s Jerusalem declaration is being seen as a call for the very things I despise.

Toward repairing the damage from this, I hope to establish new and meaningful relationships with my neighbors in the Jewish community. I want to hear their concerns, learn from them and bring our communities closer together. I hope to work with them to alleviate any fears and to combat hatred in all forms, most especially anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim bigotry.

I believe that hatred can only thrive in climates of fear, anger and ignorance. Because of this, I welcome the opportunity to meet with Jewish leaders and other community leaders in the near future.

Most Sincerely,

Imam Raed Saleh Al-Rousan of the Tajweed Institute

Here is a statement issued by the Islamic Society of Greater Houston:
A local Imam new to Houston made inflammatory remarks about our Jewish community in a deeply disturbing tone. While unaffiliated with this organization, the Islamic Society of Greater Houston (ISGH) feels the need to set the record straight. The ISGH condemns blanket statements against Jews or any other religious community. The ISGH reaffirms Islam’s values of pluralism and peace-building.
“In a time of increasing international turmoil, people of faith must stand in solidarity with each other, especially here in Houston, the most diverse city in America. As a city, we must work together and remind the world that Jews, Christians and Muslims are all united by Abraham,” state M.J. Khan, President of the ISGH.