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We can see why the Palestinians (plus the other Muslims) and their fellow travelers, the rabid Jews haters on these forums, all stick together. They still think like the old Muslims and Nazis of the World War II era.

VIDEO: Palestinian Leadership 'Enthusiastically' Supported Nazis
Sunday, January 05, 2014 | Israel Today Staff


A senior Palestinian official last month confirmed for Russian television that the Palestinian Arab leadership at the time of World War II “enthusiastically” supported Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime, especially its war against the hated “Zionists.”

During an interview with Russia Today TV, former PLO political bureau chief Farouk Kaddoumi was asked if the Palestinian leadership was “sympathetic with Nazi Germany in WWII?”

VIDEO: Palestinian Leadership 'Enthusiastically' Supported Nazis - Israel Today | Israel News
 

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Kaddoumi was 8 years old when Hitler came to power.

Petroleum engineer; former member of the Baath party; early member of the PLO and Fateh; named as member to the PLO Executive Committee in 1969; PLO career spent as head of the political department; played a major role since the mid-1970s developing contacts with the USA (which led to their recognition of the Palestinian right to self-determination) and European countries; gained the recognition of the PLO as sole representative of the Palestinians in many countries which resulted in the opening of PLO offices in European capitals and the granting of diplomatic status for its representatives; today PLO's official Foreign Minister and critic of the Oslo accords.

http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/biography/qaddumi.html
 
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Muftism and Nazism: World War II Collaboration Documents

Muftism and Nazism: World War II
Collaboration Documents
(examples of original correspondence)

1) U.S. Confirms Role of Mufti as Nazi Middle East Leader

OFFICE OF U.S. CHIEF OF COUNSEL
FOR PROSECUTION OF AXIS CRIMINALITY
No. 792-PS
17 September 1945
Source of Original OKW Files, Flensburg

[Excerpt]

LEADS: CANARIS, IBN SAUD, GRAND MUFTI.

SUMMARY OF RELEVANT POINTS (with page references):

1. Only through the funds made available by Germany to the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem was it possible to carry out the revolt in Palestine. (Page 1).

2. Germany will keep up the connection with the Grand Mufti. Weapons will be stored for the Mufti with Ibn Saud in Arabia. (Page 2).

3. Ibn Saud himself has close connections with the Grand Mufti and the revolting circles in TransJordan. (Page 2).

4. To be able to carry out our work one of Germany's agents will be placed in Cairo (Page 3).

5. The document is undated but obviously written before the outbreak of the war in 1939. It is not signed.

Analyst Landmann Doc. No. 792-PS​

Source:The Arab Higher Committee, Its Origins, Personnel and Purposes, The Documentary Record Submitted to The United Nations, May 1947, by Nations Associates

Muftism and Nazism: World War II Collaboration Documents

Furher Excerpts Include:

2) Summons to a Intifada Against Britain
A "Fatwa " Issued by Haj Amin al-Husseini10, May, 1941*
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3) The Mufti's Diary on His Meeting with Hitler
[PHOTO]
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4) Ribbentrop Promises Mufti to Destroy Jewish National Home


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5) The Mufti Asks Arab Americans Not to Support FDR
....

[6) Himmler to The Mufti
....

7) The Mufti Communicates Anger to Ribbentrop
for the Germans' Release of Jews in 1944

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Kaddoumi was 8 years old when Hitler came to power.

Petroleum engineer; former member of the Baath party; early member of the PLO and Fateh; named as member to the PLO Executive Committee in 1969; PLO career spent as head of the political department; played a major role since the mid-1970s developing contacts with the USA (which led to their recognition of the Palestinian right to self-determination) and European countries; gained the recognition of the PLO as sole representative of the Palestinians in many countries which resulted in the opening of PLO offices in European capitals and the granting of diplomatic status for its representatives; today PLO's official Foreign Minister and critic of the Oslo accords.

Farouq Qaddumi (Abu Lutf)
So he didn't know about any of this? I was 2 years old on the day when Roosevelt declared war on Japan but I know a lot of what went on during the war.
 

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Kaddoumi was 8 years old when Hitler came to power.

Petroleum engineer; former member of the Baath party; early member of the PLO and Fateh; named as member to the PLO Executive Committee in 1969; PLO career spent as head of the political department; played a major role since the mid-1970s developing contacts with the USA (which led to their recognition of the Palestinian right to self-determination) and European countries; gained the recognition of the PLO as sole representative of the Palestinians in many countries which resulted in the opening of PLO offices in European capitals and the granting of diplomatic status for its representatives; today PLO's official Foreign Minister and critic of the Oslo accords.

Farouq Qaddumi (Abu Lutf)
So he didn't know about any of this? I was 2 years old on the day when Roosevelt declared war on Japan but I know a lot of what went on during the war.

Posting from Pam Geller's website is not helpful to anyone. The Mufti recorded in his own hand, his one brief meeting with Hitler..
 
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Kaddoumi was 8 years old when Hitler came to power.

Petroleum engineer; former member of the Baath party; early member of the PLO and Fateh; named as member to the PLO Executive Committee in 1969; PLO career spent as head of the political department; played a major role since the mid-1970s developing contacts with the USA (which led to their recognition of the Palestinian right to self-determination) and European countries; gained the recognition of the PLO as sole representative of the Palestinians in many countries which resulted in the opening of PLO offices in European capitals and the granting of diplomatic status for its representatives; today PLO's official Foreign Minister and critic of the Oslo accords.

Farouq Qaddumi (Abu Lutf)
So he didn't know about any of this? I was 2 years old on the day when Roosevelt declared war on Japan but I know a lot of what went on during the war.

Posting from Pam Geller's website is not helpful to anyone. The Mufti recorded in his own hand, his one brief meeting with Hitler..
Why do you excuse Islamic terrorists and don't say you don't.
 

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1 single solitary Mufti out of thousands meet with Hitler and the juden and their supporters act like it's the defining event of WWII

The Mufti of Palestine and his meeting was a very minor event during the war and barely rates a footnote in the history books about WWII ... :cool:
 
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1 single solitary Mufti out of thousands meet with Hitler and the juden and their supporters act like it's the defining event of WWII

The Mufti of Palestine and his meeting was a very minor event during the war and barely rates a footnote in the history books about WWII ... :cool:
Read about this brief passing of ships in the night.

Recent work by historians and apologists has revealed that an influential, international religious leader was also an ardent supporter of Adolf Hitler. His name was not Pope Pius XII but Hajj Amin al-Husseini. This Grand Mufti of Jerusalem recruited whole divisions of fanatics to fight and kill in the name of extremism.

Revered in some circles today as one of the fathers of modern radical Islam, al-Husseini has been the subject of a number of modern studies. Scholars such as David Dalin, John Rothmann, Chuck Morse, and others have courageously brought al-Husseini’s actions to light. "Hitler’s Mufti," as many have called him, had a direct hand in some of the darkest moments of the Holocaust, the slaughter of tens of thousands of Christians, and the formation of some of the most hate-filled generations of modern history. Al-Husseini is a testament to the way that evil finds evil.

Hitler's Mufti | Catholic Answers
 
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1 single solitary Mufti out of thousands meet with Hitler and the juden and their supporters act like it's the defining event of WWII

The Mufti of Palestine and his meeting was a very minor event during the war and barely rates a footnote in the history books about WWII ... :cool:
If Sunni Man happened to be alive and old enough at the time of World War II and given the fact that he hates the Jews, he probably would have left this country and signed up with the Nazis who went to the Middle East to help their Muslim friends. He would have been one happy fellow if he could have popped off a few "Juden" while he was there.

nazi airmen driven out of iraq
 

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1 single solitary Mufti out of thousands meet with Hitler and the juden and their supporters act like it's the defining event of WWII

The Mufti of Palestine and his meeting was a very minor event during the war and barely rates a footnote in the history books about WWII ... :cool:
Read about this brief passing of ships in the night.

Recent work by historians and apologists has revealed that an influential, international religious leader was also an ardent supporter of Adolf Hitler. His name was not Pope Pius XII but Hajj Amin al-Husseini. This Grand Mufti of Jerusalem recruited whole divisions of fanatics to fight and kill in the name of extremism.

Revered in some circles today as one of the fathers of modern radical Islam, al-Husseini has been the subject of a number of modern studies. Scholars such as David Dalin, John Rothmann, Chuck Morse, and others have courageously brought al-Husseini’s actions to light. "Hitler’s Mufti," as many have called him, had a direct hand in some of the darkest moments of the Holocaust, the slaughter of tens of thousands of Christians, and the formation of some of the most hate-filled generations of modern history. Al-Husseini is a testament to the way that evil finds evil.

Hitler's Mufti | Catholic Answers
The Mufti raised 1 and possibly a second division of Bosnian muslims during WWII (12,000 soldiers)

Which was hardly a drop in the bucket of the tens of millions of soldiers who fought for the Axis powers during the war.

Basically, the world's muslims stood on the sidelines during WWII and let Europe and America have their fun. ... :cool:
 
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1 single solitary Mufti out of thousands meet with Hitler and the juden and their supporters act like it's the defining event of WWII

The Mufti of Palestine and his meeting was a very minor event during the war and barely rates a footnote in the history books about WWII ... :cool:
Read about this brief passing of ships in the night.

Recent work by historians and apologists has revealed that an influential, international religious leader was also an ardent supporter of Adolf Hitler. His name was not Pope Pius XII but Hajj Amin al-Husseini. This Grand Mufti of Jerusalem recruited whole divisions of fanatics to fight and kill in the name of extremism.

Revered in some circles today as one of the fathers of modern radical Islam, al-Husseini has been the subject of a number of modern studies. Scholars such as David Dalin, John Rothmann, Chuck Morse, and others have courageously brought al-Husseini’s actions to light. "Hitler’s Mufti," as many have called him, had a direct hand in some of the darkest moments of the Holocaust, the slaughter of tens of thousands of Christians, and the formation of some of the most hate-filled generations of modern history. Al-Husseini is a testament to the way that evil finds evil.

Hitler's Mufti | Catholic Answers
The Mufti raised 1 and possibly a second division of Bosnian muslims during WWII (12,000 soldiers)

Which was hardly a drop in the bucket of the tens of millions of soldiers who fought for the Axis powers during the war.

Basically, the world's muslims stood on the sidelines during WWII and let Europe and America have their fun. ... :cool:
You seem to forget that the Mufti was waiting for the Nazi Army to fnish off the Jews in Europe so that they could get started on the Jews in the Middle East. Maybe Sunni Man can tell us why there was even a Muslim S.S. group? Why were they willing to help the Nazis in Europe?
 

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You seem to forget that the Mufti was waiting for the Nazi Army to fnish off the Jews in Europe so that they could get started on the Jews in the Middle East. Maybe Sunni Man can tell us why there was even a Muslim S.S. group? Why were they willing to help the Nazis in Europe?
I am not going to attempt to explain the why's and wherefores to you.

WWII had many strange alliances between the belligerents for various reasons.

Heck, there was even French SS unit that fought for the Germans against their own country of France.

Go figure....... :cool:
 
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You seem to forget that the Mufti was waiting for the Nazi Army to fnish off the Jews in Europe so that they could get started on the Jews in the Middle East. Maybe Sunni Man can tell us why there was even a Muslim S.S. group? Why were they willing to help the Nazis in Europe?
I am not going to attempt to explain the why's and wherefores to you.

WWII had many strange alliances between the belligerents for various reasons.

Heck, there was even French SS unit that fought for the Germans against their own country of France.

Go figure....... :cool:
You don't have to explain the whys and wherefores to me since you don't even know the answers yourself. We do know that many of the Nazis did run to the Middle East countries to escape prosecution for war crimes and wrote the propaganda for the Arabs. I think it is very easy to see why Mein Kampf is such a big seller in the Muslim world.
 

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1 single solitary Mufti out of thousands meet with Hitler and the juden and their supporters act like it's the defining event of WWII

The Mufti of Palestine and his meeting was a very minor event during the war and barely rates a footnote in the history books about WWII ... :cool:
Your appalling lack of knowledge about Nazi and moslem ties barely rates a "You're a moron". ..... :cool:
 

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Read about this brief passing of ships in the night.

Recent work by historians and apologists has revealed that an influential, international religious leader was also an ardent supporter of Adolf Hitler. His name was not Pope Pius XII but Hajj Amin al-Husseini. This Grand Mufti of Jerusalem recruited whole divisions of fanatics to fight and kill in the name of extremism.

Revered in some circles today as one of the fathers of modern radical Islam, al-Husseini has been the subject of a number of modern studies. Scholars such as David Dalin, John Rothmann, Chuck Morse, and others have courageously brought al-Husseini’s actions to light. "Hitler’s Mufti," as many have called him, had a direct hand in some of the darkest moments of the Holocaust, the slaughter of tens of thousands of Christians, and the formation of some of the most hate-filled generations of modern history. Al-Husseini is a testament to the way that evil finds evil.

Hitler's Mufti | Catholic Answers
The Mufti raised 1 and possibly a second division of Bosnian muslims during WWII (12,000 soldiers)

Which was hardly a drop in the bucket of the tens of millions of soldiers who fought for the Axis powers during the war.

Basically, the world's muslims stood on the sidelines during WWII and let Europe and America have their fun. ... :cool:
You seem to forget that the Mufti was waiting for the Nazi Army to fnish off the Jews in Europe so that they could get started on the Jews in the Middle East. Maybe Sunni Man can tell us why there was even a Muslim S.S. group? Why were they willing to help the Nazis in Europe?

The Mufti proposed that the European Jews should be sent to Poland.

Many European Jewish artists, musicians, writers and performers fled to Turkey.

The Arab Jews in Libya, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria and even Yemen didn't all leave right away.. They began trickling out in 1948.. others left after the Suez Crisis.. Still others left because of the 6 Day war.. and still others left in 1973.

In general the Arab Jews were prosperous.
 

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1 single solitary Mufti out of thousands meet with Hitler and the juden and their supporters act like it's the defining event of WWII

The Mufti of Palestine and his meeting was a very minor event during the war and barely rates a footnote in the history books about WWII ... :cool:
Your appalling lack of knowledge about Nazi and moslem ties barely rates a "You're a moron". ..... :cool:
Would you approve 3 million Somalis immigrating to Israel?
 

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1 single solitary Mufti out of thousands meet with Hitler and the juden and their supporters act like it's the defining event of WWII

The Mufti of Palestine and his meeting was a very minor event during the war and barely rates a footnote in the history books about WWII ... :cool:
Your appalling lack of knowledge about Nazi and moslem ties barely rates a "You're a moron". ..... :cool:
Would you approve 3 million Somalis immigrating to Israel?
I hold authority for no such approval.
 

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