German TV documentary: Hitler and Islamic Fascism

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  1. Hitler, the Mufti of Jerusalem, and Islamic Fascism

    video of Hitler meeting with the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini—Yasser Arafat’s alleged uncle. From a German TV documentary, with English subtitles.

    This news report from Bayerischer Rundfunk explains in detail the cooperation between the Nazis and the Muslim Arab leaders during WW2.

    It goes on to explain how high ranking heads of the SS fled to the Arab world and carried on their activities under the protection of leaders such as President Nasser and how modern Islam has adopted a Nazi style ideology of hate and conspiracy against the Jews.

    Zvonimir Bernwald, SS-Division Handschar

    Dazu Zvonimir Bernwald, SS-Division Handschar

    Editrix ( provides the translation here is the original vid :
  2. My enemy's enemy is my friend...its no different from Rummy meeting Saddam.
  3. And will people please stop claiming Arafat was the Mufti's relative?

    That is a lie that was debunked a long time ago but is still quoted by Israel's supporters for some reason.
  4. Never forget that when people get the but-the-poor-Arabs-had-nothing-to-do-with-the-Holcaust crap going again.
  5. If you seriously believe that Arabs had a major role in stoking the Holocaust then you are a retarded ignoramus.

    Pro-Nazi sentiment in Arab nations during WW2 existed mainly due to resentment of colonial occupation by the European powers.
  6. There is an interesting theory that it was the Mufti of Jerusalem who persuaded Hitler to exterminate the Jews.

    According to this theory, Hitler originally intended to deport the Jews. The most likely destination was Palestine. The Mufti was determined to exploit Hitler's need for oil to convince him to kill the Jews, instead.

    "The Mufti was one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry and had been a collaborator and adviser of Eichmann and Himmler in the execution of this plan... He was one of Eichmann's best friends and had constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures."
    - Adolf Eichmann's deputy Dieter Wisliceny (subsequently executed as a war criminal) in his Nuremburg Trials testimony.
  7. It always the Europeans the Jews or the Americans who are causing the grief in the Middle East. Could it be the problems in the Middle East are caused by piss poor Arab governmental ,religious and intellectual elites ,that blame others instead of trying build competitive social and economic societies. If you have any doubts look at Asia ,who are kicking everyone ass. They were just as oppressed as any Arab country.
  8. And in the present day:


    And this one, incorporating a Hamas "militant"'s natty and oh-so-stylish choice of BREN over the oh-so-common AK47:

  9. The solution of the final solution was NOT influenced by the Arab world. It was created under the Wannsee conference of Jan 20 1942 under Reinhard Heinrich of the SS at the behest of hitler to create an answer to the 'Jewish question'. The extermination of the Jews was only 1 option, mass deportation to Madagascar was also considered. Responsibility rests with both the conference as they had free hands to move as they wished and also with Hitler for choosing the SS to convene a solution, as he was fully aware of and fostered their extreme anti-semitism. The idea it was the Arabs is grade A sh1t

    Stoatman: this salute gesture was nicked from roman legionnaries, fancy calling them Nazis too?
  10. Lets face it nobody is calling the arabs nice people or denying that the holocaust took place but that doesnt mean we have to excuse Isreali (note NOT Jewish) actions forever. Two wrongs do NOT make a right (although three lefts do).
  11. Anyone using that gesture in the post-1945 world knows exactly what they are doing -- and has nothing to do with Roman legionaries (who resoundingly dicked on that area in any case).

    Mein Kampf is a best-seller in the Arab world - I wonder why that is? They are also rather fond of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, which is a well-known forgery, which is taught as fact in their schools.

    Seen on an Arab in Cairo:
  12. Nice pictures :roll: shame they have nothing to do with a Nazi Salute but signify the swearing of an oath. The this pledge is still in use in places such as Taiwan and Sri Lanka, bastions no doubt of Nazi extremism.
  13. So a group of organisations committed to the destruction of the state of Israel and the killing of Jews all swear oaths using a gesture which is suspiciously identical to the Nazi salute, in countries where Mein Kampf is a best-seller.

    No, you're right -- -- there couldn't possibly be any connection there at all :roll:
  14. Maybe we should just ask Hezbollha to change their salute , because people will confused them with Nazi's and mistakenly assume they want to wipe Jews from the face of the earth.

    What a faux pas

    'Hitler' wins Palestinian primary elections

    Terrorist known for 'brutal policies' one of many militants victorious

    JERUSALEM – A terrorist known in his hometown as "Hitler" – both for his physical resemblance to the German dictator and for his policies – has swept local primaries and will represent his district for the ruling Fatah party in upcoming Palestinian legislative elections, according to Palestinian sources.

    Jamal Abu Al-Rub, a leader of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, won the Fatah primaries in the northern Samarian village of Qabatya, just outside Jenin, election officials say. He was one of dozens of terrorists and militant leaders to dominate the local elections.

    The Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, founded in 2000, is a terrorist group responsible for dozens of deadly suicide bombings and hundreds of shooting attacks against Israeli civilians.

    Al-Rub has publicly executed Palestinians his group suspected of collaborating with Israel and is accused by the Jewish state of planning several terror attacks.

    A source close to the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, speaking on condition of anonymity, told WND, "If you ask around in the West Bank who is Abu Al-Rub, most people won't know. But when you ask them about the guy nicknamed Hitler, everyone knows exactly who he is."

    Continued the source: "While the nickname came because of his looks, he is known more as Hitler because of his policies. He runs a tight ship in his town through fear and intimidation. And he not only calls for executions but personally carries them out in public so everyone can see what happens when 'Hitler' thinks you collaborated with Israel."

    Overview: Admiration of Hitler in the Palestinian Authority:

    It may be surprising to Western observers to see Palestinians taking pride in having been praised by Hitler. But it is important to understand that the utter revulsion of Hitler expected in the West is not true in Palestinian society. Palestinians can be found who are named "Hitler" as a first name: Hitler Salah [Al Hayat Al Jadida, Sept. 28, 2005], Hitler Abu-Alrab [Al Hayat Al Jadida, Jan. 27, 2005], Hitler Mahmud Abu-Libda [Al Hayat Al Jadida, Dec.18, 2000].

    This phenomenon of Palestinians being named after Hitler was explained in an article in the official PA daily praising the rewriting of history and the doing of "justice" to Hitler:

    "Even Adolf Hitler, who after the fall of Nazi Germany turned into a political horror for most of the writers and artists, during the last decades has started to return himself to his part of the picture. There are some in Britain who defended Hitler and tried to do justice for him. There are elderly people, among them Arabs, who still carry the name Hitler since their fathers, who were charmed by him, linked them [their children] with his name."
    [Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, April 13, 2000]

    One article explained the phenomenon of naming Palestinians after admired foreign leaders - such as Napoleon and the Nazi General Rommel:

    "Sometimes parents name their children with foreign names, due to the father's admiration to a foreign personality. This is the source of the names: Rommel [famous Nazi General] and Napoleon."
    [Al-Ayyam, November 15, 2001 "Woman's Voice" supplement].

    The admiration for Hitler is consistent with the status of Mein Kampf, which a PA daily cited as a book on the best sellers' list.
    [Al Hayat Al Jadida, Sept. 2, 1999].

    The Hamas newspaper this week chronicled with pride the ways in which different foreign leaders singled out the Palestinians as examples of ideal revolutionaries. The first leader cited by the Hamas weekly, Al-Rissala, for praising the Palestinians was Adolf Hitler:

    "Adolf Hitler, while exciting the Germans of the Sudetenland - the Sudetenland is a German province that the Allies had annexed to Czechoslovakia after the First World War - told them in his broadcasts: Look at what the Palestinian revolutionaries are doing to Great Britain!!"
    [Al-Rissala (Hamas Weekly), May 18, 2006]