Skip to comments.National Socialism and Anti-Semitism in the Arab World
Posted on 07/23/2006 7:06:22 AM PDT by wolf78
Anti-Semitism based on the notion of a Jewish world conspiracy is not rooted in Islamic tradition but, rather, in European ideological models. The decisive transfer of this ideology to the Muslim world took place between 1937 and 1945 under the impact of Nazi propaganda. Important to this process were the Arabic-language service broadcast by the German shortwave transmitter in Zeesen between 1939 and 1945, and the role of Haj Amin el-Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem, who was the first to translate European anti-Semitism into an Islamic context. Although Islamism is an independent, anti-Semitic, antimodern mass movement, its main early promoters the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the Mufti and the Qassamites in Palestine were supported financially and ideologically by agencies of the German National-Socialist government.
Listen! says a rabbi to a young Jew. We have received an order from above. We need the blood of a Christian child for the unleavened bread for the Passover feast. In the following shot, a terrified youngster is seized from the neighborhood. Then the camera zooms in on the child for a close-up of his throat being cut. The blood spurts from the wound and pours into a metal basin.
The Al-Manar satellite channel that broadcast this episode is run by the Islamist Hizbollah (Party of God). The scene is part of a twenty-nine-part series entitled Al-Shatat (Diaspora), produced by Al-Manar with Syrian government backing and broadcast for the first time during Ramadan in 2003. Episode by episode, the series peddles the fantasy of the Jewish world conspiracy: Jews have brought death and destruction upon humanity, Jews unleashed both world wars, Jews discovered chemical weapons and destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki with nuclear bombs.
With a permanent staff of three hundred, this channel has the greatest reach in the Arab-Islamic world after al-Jazeera.
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Matthias Kuentzel explains the roots of Anti-Semitism, especially in Syria, Lebanon and the Nazi involvement in Palestinian activities.
An absolute must-read!
Given the tremendous importance of Jewish scientists, mostly European refugees, in the Manhattan Project, there is a good deal of truth to this claim.
Had these men been working for Germany rather than the Allies, Hitler might well have had the bomb first.
The embrace of anti-Semitism by the American and European Left 51 years after the fall of the Nazi regime in Germany is merely another--of many--examples of the utter moral bankruptcy of the Western Left and yet one more reason--of many--why the Left, its political machine (the Democrat Party), and its Propaganda Machine (the "Mainstream Newsmedia") must be defeated.
Hitler was not a German nationalist, he was an Aryan "volkist."
Jews formed part of the German nation, but not of the volk. So they had no value to him.
I wonder if anybody has ever calculated how much military power the resources put into the Holocaust could have been translated into? Surely all that hauling of millions of people around Europe was an enormous waste in economic and military terms.
One of the odder things that nobody ever recognizes about the extermination camps and all that is that they were set up because of resistance by the German army to being used in extermination. After all, there were a good many more German and allied soldiers than Jews in Europe. If they had been willing to do so, each of them would have only had to fire once to kill all the Jews.