Sunday, October 20, 2013

Nazi Goals Alive in Palestinian Hearts: Nazi Plan to Take Over Islamic World

Nadene Goldfoot                                                                          

What would have happened if Hitler at age 56 had not been stopped in his attempt to kill all Jews on this planet?  The USA's Jews would have been next.  They killed 6 million Jews.  The fact is that  the goals of the Nazis are still alive and well.  The movement didn't die with Hitler (April 20, 1889-April 30, 1945) .
Aleppo, Syria on March 8, 1920 when King Faisal I became King of Syria and the event was celebrated with a military parade.  

 We had knowledge of the Arab-Nazi connection when Haj Mohammed Effendi Amin el-Husseini/Husayni went to Germany to speak with Hitler.  He was a leader of the Arabs in Jerusalem who was highly offended when Abdullah was willing to accept Jews into the Middle East.  Abdullah, ggrandfather of the King of Jordan,  saw the benefits of having these very distant Jewish cousins there and okayed their goal.  But not Hussaynei.  He went to Damascus, Syria as a supporter of the Arab Kingdom of Syria.  The rule of the Arab Hashemites in Damascus fell apart and he had taken a position on pan-Arabism.  He reversed that to local nationalism for the Palestinian Arabs and moved back to Jerusalem.  He then worked from 1920 to create an independent Palestine Arab state so actively opposed Zionism.  He did this by being the leader of a very violent riot and was sentenced to 10 years in prison, but pardoned by the British.  From 1921 to 1937, al-Husseini was the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, promoting Islam and being against Zionism.

During the WWII he collaborated with both Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, meeting Adolf  Hitler and asked him to back Arab independence.  He was promised the leadership of the Arabs after Germany had driven out the British.  He even helped recruit Muslims for the Waffen-SS.  When the war was over, he was under French protection and went to Cairo.

He was able to oppose  both the 1947 UN Partition Plan and his relative, King Abdullah's designs to annex the Arab part of the British Mandatory Palestine to Jordan.  Failing to take over Abdullah's highest position, he became commander of the Arab rescue army (jaysh al-inqadh al-'arabi) of the Arab League and had his own militia.  He  eventually was left on the outside of the PLO and lost most of his influence.  He died in Beirut, Lebanon in July 1974.  The question remains as to if he was so grounded in nationalism or anti-Semitism or both.  I think the latter helped to cause him to become nationalistic, as he saw the Jews had become very nationalistic and was about to create a Jewish state.

In the meantime, books translated into Arabic such as  the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and Mein Kampf are the most popular ones read in the Arab states.  "Jeffrey Herf, author,  believes that Nazi thinking exercised an important influence on the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. But the Brotherhood's founder, Hassan al-Banna, seems to have owed far more to his reading the Qur'an and the Islamic modernist Rashid Rida, as well as his disgust at the incompetent way Arab regimes had conducted the war against Israel in 1948."  "Although Jeffrey Herf's book, Nazi Propaganda for the Arab World,  mostly chronicles German radio broadcasts to the Arab world during the Second World War, it also covers German propaganda directed at Turkey and Iran, as well as Italian propaganda to the Arabs. In addition he pays a lot of attention to the activities of the notorious Palestinian leader, Haj Amin el-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem."

One of their beliefs" from Nazi literature, probably from the Protocals,   is thus an accepted belief throughout the Arab world that there is a map on the wall of the Knesset in Israel delineating the borders of Israel in accordance with the divine promise in the Bible: from the Euphrates to the river of Egypt"  They are worried that Jews have an expansionist plan while they themselves are expanding all over the world.  Their maps do not show Israel at all!  

Since Hitler was involved in racial identification,  Amin Husseini didn't stop to think that Arabs are also  Semites like the Jews.  This is what the Nazis thought of them.  "Hitler said that the conquering Arabs, because of their racial inferiority, would in the long run have been unable to contend with the harsher climate of the country. They could not have kept down the more vigorous natives, so that ultimately not Arabs but Islamized Germans could have stood at the head of this Mohammedan Empire."  Naturally, Hitler didn't care about religion, only race since his moral compass had completely shattered.  This is a quote from Albert Speer's book,  Inside the Third Reich.  

Now we have seen the Nazi flag fly  by a group of Palestinian Arabs near Hebron over the road between Halhaul and Etzion Bloc.  The IDF soldiers couldn't  take it down because it was so high up.  This was the 2nd time this group has done this.  The first time was in May over Highway 60.   This is telling us that their goal to wipe out all Jews and take over Israel comes from this original belief.  It's the same goal of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.  

What Hamas does is glorify terrorists and the act of terror itself, absolutely opposite of the ethics of the Jewish belief and of the USA.  4,000 years ago when the Israelites started to rejoice when the Egyptian soldiers were drowning in the sea as they chased after them, Moses told them to cut it out.  He said that the enemies were children of G-d as well as they were and we could not be happy about this.  So it's become inbred in us not to react like they are, and their behavior is an anathema to us.

In their culture which starts in their schools, they honor the worst killers.  They are giving approval to murder and enticing future terrorists by showing them they will be glorified and honor if they succeed.  It's their ticket to fame.  To be so honored, the ones who kill the most people are the #1 on their hit parade.  Abd al Baseet Udeh killed 30 at a Passover seder.  It was a massacre.  This guy got a soccer tournament for 14 year olds named for him.  Dalal Mughrabi was a bus hijacker in 1978 which was the most lethal terror attack in Israel's history.  She and others killed 37 civilians of which 12 were children.  She has had summer camps, schools, graduation ceremonies and sporting events named for her.  The list goes on and on.  Only the murderers get such honor in their society.

Isn't it the most ironic thing on this planet that the world is backing such people to live right next door to us?  People who tried to exterminate us in the Holocaust are being followed by Arabs trying to do the same thing.  They have selected such behavior as part of their ethics.  It's become another replacement theory, replacing any good moral conduct they may have had  from Islam for such hatred and slaughter and admiring their results.  Evidently the rest of the world feels the same way to not speak out about it.  They only complain when Israel builds a protective wall to defend their civilians from such murderers if it inconveniences them in their travels to find their victims.  

Protocals of the Elders of Zion

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