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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Islam continues towards the goals of its Nazi allies

The German daily Der Spiegel has an article today on a TV documentary about Nazi General Erwin Rommel's campaign in North Africa and the Middle East.
A new documentary broadcast on Germany's ZDF television channel this week seeks to correct Rommel's image as a gentleman warrior whose campaigns in North Africa weren't connected with the murderous wars of destruction Nazi Germany unleashed in Europe.
I'm amazed that Rommel still had an image in Germany as not being connected to Nazi ideology. In light of the known connections between Hitler and Jerusalem Mufti Haj al-Amin al-Husseini, I would have been shocked if there was no connection between Rommel's activities and Nazi ideology. But the documentary presents significant evidence as to what Rommel was really up to:
Behind the front line of Rommel's Afrikakorps, a special unit was created in July 1942 to to plan the murder of Jews in the region. It was led by SS Obersturmbannführer, or Lieutenant Colonel, Walther Rauff, an experienced mass murderer who helped develop the mobile gassing vehicles the Germans used to murder Jewish people in their campaign in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.

Rauff and his men were empowered to "take executive measures against the civilian population", Nazi jargon for robbery, murder and enslavement.


The SS had established a network of labor camps in Tunisia. More than 2,500 Tunisian Jews died in six months of German rule, and the regular army was also involved in executions.

Rauff's men seized silver, jewellery and sacred objects. On the Tunisian island of Djerba alone, 43 kilograms of gold was taken from the local Jewish population. The SS later deposited the treasure in the sea off the island of Corsica. Ever since, the undiscovered "Rommel's Treasure" has attracted generations of treasure hunters.
Rommel was defeated at the Egyptian town of El Alamein and was forced to retreat to his Tunisian starting point.

The Islamist support of Nazism is largely forgotten in much of the world. But the Der Spiegel presents some of the evidence of the connection between Islamism and Nazism which shows why Hitler was so anxious to please the Arabs:
Separately, recently published research by two Stuttgart-based historians, Klaus-Michael Mallmann and Martin Cüppers, claims that Hitler had worked out plans to extend the Holocaust to the Middle East, and that the Nazis had forged an alliance with Arab nationalists who wanted to drive the Jewish refugees out of Palestine -- a murderous version of German-Arab friendship founded on common hatred of Jews. Jews living in the Middle East were petrified by Rommel's victories. After seizing the British fortress of Tobruk in Libya in June 1942 he set his sights on the Suez Canal, on Palestine and the oil fields of the Middle East.

"Those fighting Jewry can always rely on the sympathy of the Arab population," the German army general staff wrote in an information booklet to prepare troops for the conquest of Palestine.


Adolf Hitler assured the exiled Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Muhammad Amin al-Husseini, at a meeting in Berlin in November 1941 that his goal was the "destruction of Jewry living in Arabia." The Führer had racist objections to Arabs as well, though. He declined to shake the Mufti's hand and refused to drink coffee with him.

Hitler nevertheless provided the Mufti, who later sponsored Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, with a budget of 750,000 Reichsmark per month to foment Jihad in Palestine. In an example of ideological flexibility, the SS even recruited Muslim volunteers and declared that the Muslims living in the Balkans belonged to the "racially valuable" peoples of Europe.
It actually wasn't the SS that recruited those Muslims in the Balkans: it was the Mufti as you will see in the movie clip below.

As you watch the video, keep two things in mind. First, during the break-up of Yugoslavia, Israel took in Bosnian Muslims to save them from the Serbs. Watching this video, one has to wonder why. And second, note how the destruction of Jewry R"L (God forbid) is a central tenet of both Nazism and Islamism with one big difference: the Muslims think they're doing it for God's sake. (By the way, the former Hitler youth officer interviewed in the video has apparently made several videos about radical Islam).


At 8:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The evil ideology of the Nazis in WWII were never completely defeated. The Muslims have kept the faith, holding it close to their hearts. Now, it has been revealed to the West in its most malignant form--Islamism!


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