The Nazis and the Palestinian movement.


Hajj Amin al Husseini is the father of the Palestinian Movement. He created PLO/Fatah (now better known as the ‘Palestinian Authority’), the organization that will govern any future Palestinian state. And he was mentor to Yasser Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas, the leaders of that organization. Husseini was also, during World War II, a top Nazi leader who co-directed with Adolf Eichmann the death camp system that murdered between 5 and 6 million European Jews, also known as the Final Solution. These facts are not widely known or understood. Neither has their implication for our understanding of Israeli ruling elite behavior been properly appreciated. We present a short documentary and a discussion.

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    Hitler’s pet dog and Palestinian NAZI leader, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem

    Nazis, Arabs planned Final Solution for pre-state Israel
    New study: Special SS squad formed for Jews of ‘Palestine’
    Stan Goodenough
    April 11th, 2006

    Nazi Germans responding to the pleas of Palestinian Arabs planned to open up a “branch” of the Holocaust in the Land of Israel and exterminate the half-a-million Jews then living in the land in line with Adolph Hitler’s plan to rid mankind of its “Jewish problem.”

    According to reports carried in the Israeli press over the weekend, a new study by two German historians has revealed that in 1942 the Nazis created a special SS force – one of its mobile death squads known as “Einsatzgruppe” – tasked to do to the Jews in British-mandated Palestine what was being done to them in Poland and other parts of Europe.

    Called the “Einsatzgruppe Egypt,” this Jew-killing force was formed shortly after “Palestinian” leader Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem, personally visited Hitler in Berlin and offered the services of his people to the cause of the Third Reich.

    By then nationalism was burgeoning among the Arabs of Palestine who — motivated by their religious beliefs which taught hatred of the Jews and rejection of Jewish sovereignty over any territory previously under Islamic rule — were despairing of their own efforts to prevent the rebirth of the Jewish state.

    For them, the rise of Nazi Germany was an answer to their daily prayers for help from “Allah and the Prophet.”

    Two years earlier al-Husseini messaged Hitler to congratulate him:

    “…on the occasion of [your] great political and military triumphs….The Arab nation everywhere feels the greatest joy and deepest gratification on the occasion of these great successes…. The Arab people…confidently expect the result of your final victory will be their independence and complete liberation…. [T]hey will [then] be linked to your country by a treaty of friendship and collaboration.”

    In late 1941 al-Husseini arrived in Mussolini’s Rome and, after conversing with Il Duce and the Fuhrer, got the Fascist and Nazi leaders to make a joint pronouncement committing their nations to helping in “the elimination of the Jewish national home in Palestine.”

    Follow-up meetings between the Mufti and Hitler found an understanding, according to the American historian Howard M. Sachar, whereby Hitler’s forces would invade Palestine with the goal being “not the occupation of the Arab lands but solely the destruction of Palestine Jewry.”

    According to a report in Ynetnews Saturday, “the director of the Nazi research centre in Ludwigsburg, Klaus-Michael Mallman, and Berlin historian Martin Cueppers say an Einsatzgruppe was all set to go to Palestine and begin killing the roughly half-a-million Jews that had fled Europe to escape Nazi death camps like Auschwitz and Birkenau.”

    This special death squad led by Obersturmbannfuehrer Walther Rauff was attached to Rommel’s Africa Korps and was waiting in Athens for the British to be driven from the Levant.

    Wrote Mallman and Cueppers: “The central plan for the group was the realisation of the Holocaust in Palestine.”

    Though he may never have realized the wider impact of his actions, the great British general Bernard Montgomery saved the Jews of Palestine when he hurled Rommel’s forces back at El Alamein.

    The “Einsatzgruppe Egypt” never left Athens.

    It was the beginning of the end for Hitler, who saw his primary calling and mission as being to “cleanse” the world, not just Europe, but of all Jews.

    His efforts to do so were facilitated by the centuries of Christian Judenhaas that preceded him, and notably by the teachings of the great reformer Martin Luther, to whose antisemitic railings Hitler appealed as he sought to justify the genocide of European Jewry.

    Even as he saw defeat coming, the Nazi leader frantically increased the efforts to realize his goal. His Einsatzgruppe were ultimately responsible, by their own admission, for killing one million of Hitler’s six million Jewish victims.

    Much to the vexation of al-Husseini and his followers, they did not get to the Jews of Palestine. Nonetheless, the same hatred and religious fervor that drove the Mufti to applaud Hitler and seek to collaborate in his final solution persists in the Arab world today.

    “The only thing we have against Hitler,” wrote popular Egyptian columnist Anis Mansour a number of years ago, “is that he did not finish with the Jews.”

    December 15, 2010


  4. It’s amazing to me how these fairly recent and easily verifiable historical facts have been hidden from the public for so long, so that people rush to believe the propaganda issuing from pro-‘Palestinian’ outlets worldwide. It goes to show that propaganda works, while truth is ignored.