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Posted on 11/21/2008 1:11:26 AM PST by PRePublic
Islamo Nazism Historic reminder - on this day the Mufti met with Hitler
The Infamous Arab Muslim leader, Haj Amin Al Husseini (of "Palestine") who was responsible for inciting for the first large scale massacre of Jews by Arabs in 1929, and the Farhud massacre of the Jews in Iraq in 1941
On November 21, 1941 he meets with Adolph Hitler
The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism:Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin Al-Husseini
Grand Mufti Haj Amin al-Hussein, Who was the Grand Mufti, Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini? Grand Mufti with Hitler. Grand Mufti with Hitler. Muhammed Amin al-Husseini.
The Mufti and the Fuhrer, In November 1941, the Mufti met with Hitler, who told him the Jews were his foremost enemy. The Nazi dictator rebuffed the Mufti's requests...
In November of 1941, the Mufti met face to face with Hitler, who promised that as soon as he finished off Europe, Nazi brigades would cross the Caucasus...
HITLER AND THE PALESTINIAN ARABS On November 21, 1941, the Mufti met with Adolph Hitler and recorded the following in his diary: The Mufti said : "The Arabs are Germany´s natural friends.
Hitler's Arab Allies, On November 21, 1941 the Mufti met with Hitler and recorded the following in his diary: "The Arabs are Germany's natural friends. ...
Arafat's Hitler-loving role model, For the mufti, the meeting with Hitler... The mufti also met with SS leader Heinrich Himler and Foreign Minister Joachim...
Tell The Children The Truth - German Chancellor Adolf Hitler and Grand Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini: ... He met Hitler, Ribbentrop and other Nazi leaders on various occasions...
Hajj Amin el-Husseini was appointed Mufti of Jerusalem by the British High Commissioner, in May 1921, a title he retained, following the Ottoman practice, for the remainder of his life. Throughout his public career, the Mufti relied upon traditional Koranic anti-Jewish motifs to arouse the Arab street. For example, during the incitement which led to the 1929 Arab revolt in Palestine, he called for combating and slaughtering "the Jews", not merely Zionists. In fact, most of the Jewish victims of the 1929 Arab revolt were Jews from the centuries old dhimmi communities (for eg., in Hebron), as opposed to recent settlers identified with the Zionist movement. With the ascent of Nazi Germany in the 1930s, the Mufti and his coterie intensified their anti-Semitic activities to secure support from Hitler's Germany, Bosnian Muslims, and the overall Arab Muslim world, for a jihad to annihilate the Jews of Palestine. Following his expulsion from Palestine by the British, the Mufti organized a brutal anti-Jewish pogrom in Baghdad (1941), concurrent with his failed effort to install a pro-Nazi Iraqi government. Escaping to Europe after this unsuccessful coup attempt, the Mufti spent the remainder of World War II in Germany and Italy. From this sanctuary, he provided active support for the Germans by recruiting Bosnian Muslims, in addition to Muslim minorities from the Caucasus, for dedicated Nazi SS units. The Mufti's objectives for these recruits, and Muslims in general, were made explicit during his multiple wartime radio broadcasts from Berlin, heard throughout the Arab world: an international campaign of genocide against the Jews. For example, during his March 1, 1944 broadcast he stated: "Kill the Jews wherever you find them. This pleases God, history, and religion.".
Hajj Amin made an especially important contribution to the German war effort in Yugoslovia where the Bosnian Muslim SS units he recruited (in particular the Handzar Division) brutally suppressed local Nazi resistance movements. The Mufti's pamphlet entitled, "Islam and the Jews", was published by the Nazis in Croatian and German for distribution during the war to these Bosnian Muslim SS units. This hateful propaganda served to incite the slaughter of Jews, and (Serb) Christians as well. Indeed, the Bosnian Muslim Handzar SS Division was responsible for the destruction of whole Bosnian Jewish and Serbian communities, including the massacre of Jews and Serbs, and the deportation of survivors to Auschwitz for extermination. However, these heinous crimes, for which the Mufti bears direct responsibility, had only a limited impact on the overall destruction of European Jewry when compared with his nefarious wartime campaign to prevent Jewish emigration from Europe to Palestine. Invoking the personal support of such prominent Nazis as Himmler and Eichmann, the Mufti's relentless hectoring of German, Rumanian, and Hungarian government officials caused the cancellation of an estimated 480,000 exit visas which had been granted to Jews (80,000 from Rumania, and 400,000 from Hungary). As a result, these hapless individuals were deported to Polish concentration camps. A United Nations Assembly document presented in 1947 which contained the Mufti's June 28, 1943 letter to the Hungarian Foreign Minister requesting the deportation of Hungarian Jews to Poland, includes this stark, telling annotation: "As a Sequel to This Request 400,000 Jews Were Subsequently Killed". The Mufti escaped to the Middle East after the war to avoid capture and possible prosecution for war crimes.
It goes far beyond this. The mufti was the commander of Waffen SS Muslim troops in the Balkans and they are responsible for killing a multitude of Serbs and Jews. During Israel’s War of Indepedance in 1948 many of these guys were recruited and fought against Israel making it the last war that Nazi troops took to the field. So you had the actual leader of the Palestinian Arabs a Waffen SS commander and he passed the mantle to his nephew Arafat. The mufti visited Auschwitz and was not happy — they are going too slow, he said.
Isn’t Hitler alive and well and living in Tehran?
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Yes, i am sure "Aryan" Hitler turns upside-down in HELL seeing he is embodied now in a dark skinned Muslim...
Just adding to the catalog, not sending a general distribution.
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