October 21, 2015, - 4:54 pm

Netanyahu’s Right: Haj Amin Al-Husseini Called for Speeding Up, Extension of Hitler’s Final Solution

By Debbie Schlussel


Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin Al-Husseini, Hangs w/ Hitler


Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Proudly Inspects Muslim SS Unit

We live in a world in which, today, you cannot tell the truth. You cannot say babies are ugly. You cannot say Oprah is fat and gross. You cannot say parents who allow their young kids to watch “The Walking Dead” are idiots (Michelle Fraudkin alert). You cannot say the Kardashians are whores and porn stars. You cannot say women aren’t fit to be Navy SEALs and Marine infantry. You cannot say that extremist Muslims are worse than or even the same as Nazis (though they are worse), or you’ll lose your job at ESPN. And you cannot tell the truth–a truth I’ve noted here many times over the years to many uninformed dummies and a truth for which Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is being pilloried today for repeating: .

In fact, Al-Husseini, as I’ve repeatedly noted on this site, begged Hitler to speed up the Final Solution and extend it to the Middle East.

But people choose to sit in the dark rather than admit that their precious anointed Islam is anything but what it is: a cult that preaches mass murder and destruction. I had to explain this over six years ago to a Yale University Law School moron, Janice Ta (now a lawyer, apparently) who hosted “Bake for Obama!” and who had no idea of Al-Husseini and his Hitler connection. Today her ilk repeat their willful ignorance and denial. As I wrote in 2009, in “Clueless Lefties Completely Ignorant About Hitler’s Ties to the Muslims“:

For the extremely ignorant, here’s a brief tutorial on Hitler, the Nazis and their Muslim friends–the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, who met with Hitler and advised him to finish the job on the Jews and speed up the Final Solution, and who begged Hitler to export the Final Solution to Israel and the rest of the Jews in the Mid-East and North Africa; TWO Muslim SS Divisions; and the close relationship, even decades after WWII, between the Nazis, their ODESSA organization for SS officers, and the Muslims–the reason why so many wanted Nazi war criminals like Aribert Heim a/k/a Tarik Hussein Farid and Alois Brunner were shielded for life in Syria and Egypt, respectively, and why the SS helped Gamal Abdel Nasser and the Egyptians in their attempt to build nuclear and other missiles to kill Jews. And that’s not to mention all the concentration camps in North Africa, which the Nazis enlisted their Muslim buddies to guard (and to round up the Jews for).

But, hey, these are all irrelevant, right? So insignificant.

I wrote that in response to Ta’s extremely ignorant e-mails, below:

From: Janice Ta janiceta@gmail.com
Date: Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 11:18 AM
Subject: Persecution of the Jews
To: writedebbie@gmail.com
Dear Debbie,
Perhaps I have forgotten my World History, but Jews have been persecuted for centuries without the help of Muslims. Can you point to one Muslim advisor in Adolf Hitler’s ranks? And perhaps I have forgotten my Biblical history too, but the last time I read the Bible, Jesus was Jewish and the people who persecuted him were…not Muslim
Please correct me if I am wrong and please stop spouting your racist bullshit.


From: Debbie Schlussel writedebbie@gmail.com
Date: Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 7:24 PM
Subject: Re: Persecution of the Jews
To: Janice Ta janiceta@gmail.com
Yes, you are wrong. And nice language. Time for you to learn a thing or two, little Janice. In fact, Ms. Ta, Hitler had many Muslim advisors, including the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and a special Muslim division of the SS. Time for Empty Janice to get a clue.


From: Janice Ta janiceta@gmail.com
Date: Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 7:26 PM
Subject: Re: Persecution of the Jews
To: Debbie Schlussel writedebbie@gmail.com
Oh yes, I forgot he had two Muslim advisors, but hordes of Jewish advisors and an army of white people like you to persecute the jews. NONE of those white people, of course are responsible for the holocaust, not even Hitler. Only the Muslims are to blame. You are a fucked up irrational bigot.

Hmmm . . . we know who’s irrational, and it’s the person who has now sent me four e-mails and counting and is in such a rage, she can’t stop with the F-bombs and S-bombs.

This unhinged idiot sent me one more stupid e-mail, but I think you’ve had enough. I certainly have.
Ta Ta, Ta.


One and The Same

Reader Alfredo:

For Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog to say, “There was only one Hitler,” is the same kind of shooting of self in the foot that all too many politicians here and all over Western Society have done in the dismantling of culture and national security. That sort of thing can happen again, IS happening again, right now. It is not hard for a Hitlerian mind set to exist when the seeds have been planted, the sprouts have formed, and become weeds that are engulfing civilizations. It IS happening all over again, and there is more than one “world leader” willing to adopt his mindset.

People are trying to dismiss the signs of the times, as though collectively humans have advanced too far to embrace such times again. But history always repeats itself, and the human race has not advanced too far to do it again. Although you have well documented Netanyahu’s softness in numerous policy matters, he is not wrong in what he says here. A shame how the truth gets shouted down so quickly and easily these days.

“As a dog returns to his own vomit,
so a fool repeats his folly.”
Proverbs 26:11

So it is with the human race. We are doing it again. We live in extremely frightening times, as your article on the EMTs who were stabbed and slashed, displays so vividly.

AMEN times 1,000.

Muslims are far worse than the Nazis. The Nazis did not number 1.8 billion and they were defeatable and defeated. And we united to do it. We are only united in welcoming more and more Muslims to our shores.

And Kurt Schilling was wrong. There are no “extremist Muslims.” There are only Islam and Muslims, and they are extreme by definition. And they are bent on eliminating us–all of us.

And we are bent on looking the other way and pretending that what happened under the Nazis was unique and special and can never happen again.

Look around you. It will happen again. We are welcoming those who destroy us to do so without even picking up a rifle. The Nazis, at least, had to do that.

Netanyahu was right. Is right. But, today, up is down, right is left, and liberals and deniers all around are telling us 2+2 = 5.


Jerusalem History in Pictures by Uri Weiner has many more photos of the Muslim-Nazi ties all over the Mid-East and more info. Must see.

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38 Responses

And the Jews of the Middle East certainly fell prey to Nazi anti-Semitism.

The Farhud pogrom in Iraq in June 1941 had Husseini’s fingerprints all over it.

Netanyahu wasn’t trying to absolve Hitler. He simply pointed out the Arabs were willing collaborators in the Holocaust.

The evidence is there is for any one who cares to look for it.

NormanF on October 21, 2015 at 5:53 pm

    Pointing out that the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler had collaborators in no way absolves the regime or its leader. I actually view the attacks on Netanyahu for his remarks on Haj Amin Al-Husseini as simply more antisemitism.

    Worry on October 21, 2015 at 7:30 pm

One disquieting thing is that the overwhelming majority of ‘leading’ Jewish organizations put their dislike of Netanyahu above any responsibility to acknowledge truth.

They are so much in an anti-Netanyahu mindset because of their support of Obama and his Iran policy that this factional attitude prohibits them from agreeing publicly with Netanyahu.

We have seen this for many decades with Black organizations,the established media and those of the far left, but it has now spread to the population as a whole. The placing of a political agenda ahead of facts has become the norm among the ‘victim’ class and their supporters.

Little Al on October 21, 2015 at 6:06 pm

    On target sir. The JINO’s you speak of whose true religion is liberalism should read Bonhoffer.

    Herbster on October 22, 2015 at 9:50 am

    LA, the underlying precious “principle” behind the knee-jerk anti-Netanyahu response to his recent statements is simple: Leftism trumps everything else. You can see this “principle” in action today regardless of the issue. Thus a leftist Israeli, Jew, African American, homosexual, or whatever will always obey the leftist political agenda he/she is spoon-fed, even if that very agenda causes any of them grave damage — as it frequently does.

    Ralph Adamo on October 22, 2015 at 6:53 pm

You’re right about everything else. But it’s real prickly to tell somebody that their newborn baby is ugly

Matthew on October 21, 2015 at 6:32 pm

Adolf Hitler would have accomplished nothing without active collaborators. He enjoyed this sort of support from the military, sympathetic judges, and some wealthy capitalists. Hitler would have been an obscure street corner agitator without such timely assistance before the Third Reich began. Adolf Hitler in no way stood alone, but was the face of a larger movement. He would have been the first to admit that he represented and guided a larger “Volksgemeinschaft”, or “People’s Community”.

Haj Amin al-Husseini actively sought out the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler after fleeing Palestine in 1937. Even the British had had enough of the man at the time. During World War II and before, Haj Amin al-Husseini willing broadcast antisemitic propaganda for the Third Reich. It is also documented that he aided in the recruitment of Muslim soldiers for the Waffen SS.

Why should Haj Amin al-Husseini be viewed any differently than any other Nazi collaborator. In fact, his actions were far worse than most, since there was no evidence that any coercion was involved. In fact, Haj Amin al-Husseini was quite well paid for his assistance to the Third Reich.

Worry on October 21, 2015 at 7:00 pm

This is one of the reasons the Satmar blame the holocaust on Zionists. They claim that had the Jews not been trying to get a date there the Mufti would not have visited Hitler and given him the idea.

I_AM_ME on October 21, 2015 at 7:52 pm

    Above I wrote “get a date there”. I obviously meant “get a STATE there”.

    I_AM_ME on October 21, 2015 at 7:56 pm

Didn’t Netanyahu, the coward, say that Husseini urged Hitler, y”s, to start murdering the Jews in 1941? Hadn’t Hitler already begun his mass-murdering by then? So, how is he right about this?
Perhaps he was partially right, but his point an important one. So-called Palestinian leaders leading the charge to annihilate the Jews is nothing new. Of course, back then, they were objecting to the term Palestinian in reference to them. They were Arabs and Southern Syrians.

FactsRule on October 21, 2015 at 8:42 pm

    One of the main supporting sources for PM Netenyahu’s statements about the Grand Mufti is an affidavit from the Nuremberg trial that quoted Adolf Eichmann’s deputy, Dieter Wisliceny (who was subsequently executed as a war criminal), saying: “The Mufti was also one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry by the Germans and had been the permanent 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.”

    The affidavit also reported on instances when Eichmann was willing to send Jewish prisoners to Palestine, but GM Husseini intervened and the prisoners were killed.

    Ralph Adamo on October 21, 2015 at 10:50 pm

    Yes, facts do rule. The Wannsee Conference, held to discuss the Final Solution, was held in January, 1942. Hitler was having Jews killed before that.

    Concerned Citizen on October 22, 2015 at 9:16 am

Please see the 15 minute documentary “THE NAZIS AND THE PALESTINIAN MOVEMENT” at

As well as being coarchitect of the Nazi “final solution”, Hajj Amin Al Husseini is the father of the Palestinian Movement, in particular Fatah which is its primary face today.

Nigel Waddington on October 22, 2015 at 12:38 am

The rewriting of history — a marker of a totalitarian mentality, just as is the suppression of free speech. We are seeing it flourish in the attempts of a huge section of the media and pundits defending the Muslims against the charge of having responsibility for the Holocaust.

Although the Democrats rewriting history constantly, we also see it from the Republican establishment and their seemingly independent clones, in their attempts to deny that George W. Bush could have done more to try to prevent 9/11.

Little Al on October 22, 2015 at 6:09 am


skzion on October 22, 2015 at 9:22 am


Excellent – and badly needed – historical review. Today, too many people have what I call the “It can’t happen here” mentality. It can and IS happening today, filtering down from the top levels of our “Leadership.” Witness Samantha Power and her writings. She is only one of many – in, and out of the anti-Semitic / anti-American closet. As for the Janice creature, she should read Washington’s comments on those who find it necessary to use profanity. Thank you again for an excellent and important column.

Herbster on October 22, 2015 at 10:10 am

Schlussel is precisely correct.

And Islam itself must be outlawed and eradicated.

Just because there are 1.8 billion Muslims, that does not make the problem insurmountable but rather simply a larger problem. And thus it needs to dealt with initially in a different fashion.

The first step to dealing with Islam and its followers is to learn about it and then to educate non-Muslims as to the nature of Islam and its followers. And people must not take their education from the followers of Islam but rather from its critics. People will then step back in horror at the realization of what we have in our midst. Islam and its followers will then become marginalized, and that will be the beginning of the end for Islam and its followers.

Like Nazis and Nazism which together with Islam, its followers and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem who all worked together so diligently to murder our people, Islam itself must be outlawed and eradicated. Islam goes even further by canonizing in their Qur’an and their own religious works the command and examples to murder our people to the very last one.

Now, all the Germans did not need to be killed. But Nazism, its leaders, dedicated followers and the symbolic vestiges promoting its presence were eradicated. Only the places of horrors it created and the history of what it did are preserved as a reminder to humanity.

The Dome of the Rock and the al-Aksa mosque need to be razed. Had our people known the nature of Islam in 1967 (after nearly 1400 years we still have not internalized the nature of Islam and its followers… shame on us), we would have exposed Islam for what it is, say by reading aloud the Qur’an, and started demolitions. Islamic presence must eventually be removed, everywhere. It is important that anything of value must be disposed of in a fashion such that there is no gain nor profit from the effort.

The solution for the moment is not a war of aggression against Islam but rather the education of our people and of western civilization regarding Islam.

Religions can be evil. People need to understand the exact details of Islam, its history to this day, its tactics, its strategies, and to grasp the Darwinianly perfected nature and makeup (with the intelligence of captured and bred blood of other peoples including our own) of its people. We need not to take for granted extrapolations of early unrelated biblical texts that predate by thousands of years where the people of Islam may have originated. We must not blindly accept as truths Muslim explanations for their origins. They simply are what they are, and have Darwinianly perfected themselves by systematically killing off any of their own people who become apostates or voice civilized and intelligent ideas.

The problem is that people do not understand Islam and the nature of its followers.

I propose that we work on educating others regarding Islam and its followers. We must do this in foreign publications as much as we do here. Western civilization needs to understand the details and nature of Islam and that of its followers.

In the words of Turkish PM Erdogan regarding the term “moderate Islam” to describe the AKP party – “These descriptions are very ugly, it is offensive and an insult to our religion. There is no moderate or immoderate Islam. Islam is Islam and that’s it.”

Phil Lipofsky on October 22, 2015 at 10:12 am

Do not forget about the British. If they had lived up to the Balfour agreement almost all European Jews would be in Israel vastly out numbering the Muslims.

madman on October 22, 2015 at 10:44 am

I agree. We are allowing Muslims into our country by the hundreds if not thousands. Then once here they propagate at a rate over 5 to 1 and insist, no, demand, that we follow their religion. They will kill us all if we don’t convert. You better believe it and wake up.

OrlandoRican on October 22, 2015 at 11:12 am

This rewriting of history by leftists is extremely dangerous.
Hitler and members of the Nazi Party numbered in the thousands and could never have accomplished the “Final Solution” without the help of a lot of collaborators especially the slimy Grand Mufti.
For the life of me, I will never understand how leftists can embrace Islam. I get that they dislike Christians and Orthodox Jews who disagree with their hedonistic lifestyles, but the Muslims will KILL them if they get the chance !!

Ask one of those morons what happens every day in the Middle East to homosexuals and feminists. You will either get a blank stare or they will try to change the subject or attack you personally because they either don’t know or it goes against their lefty agenda.

Islam is the greatest threat to Western Civilization today. Due to birth rates, Europe will be all Muslim in 50 years. The U.S. in 50 years will have millions of Muslims but thankfully the Latin Americans immigrating now are almost all Christians, have a lot of babies, and within 2 generations will be integrated into our society. Still, I see our country becoming much more conservative socially in 50 years due to these factors and in my opinion that is a good thing.

JimmyPx on October 22, 2015 at 11:25 am

After the quotes from my e-mails, which Debbie was very nice to post in her article, she sums it all up in a manner that is impossible for any sane mind with proper perspective to deny.

“Muslims are far worse than the Nazis.”

Indeed, all too true, as is the rest of the ensuing paragraph which Debbie closes her article with.

It is astonishing to me how so many multi-degree intellectuals, professionals, or just the very well read, people who preen themselves on a “superior world view,” intelligence and insight, cannot see this clearly. The human race as a whole has deceived itself before in to believing that we were too advanced and sophisticated, too steeped in progress, to be caught up in ancient turmoil.

But certain things have been common to the human condition since God placed us on the earth. Tyranny and turmoil. Here they are again. Despite all our “progress,” we really haven’t gotten off the mark yet, at all.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 22, 2015 at 1:26 pm

    A from PR: Thanks for your special input.

    Ralph Adamo on October 23, 2015 at 4:57 pm

The commonly understood caveat is that a vampire may not enter one’s home UNLESS INVITED INTO THE HOME!

The historically non-Muslim countries have invited Muslims into their homelands and these countries will rue the day that they have done so.

Read the stories in the English versions of major cities of the world newspapers of these migrations, relocations, and the social disorders taking place.

I, for one, eagerly await the dawn of the robotic society.

Dennis on October 22, 2015 at 1:27 pm

In my view, Netanyahu screwed up. He gave Israel-bashers/pro-palis an escape route they never should have been given.

He was sprinting down the field, headed for a huge touchdown (exposing the mufti as a genocidal Nazi), when he fumbled away the football just before reaching the endzone (claiming the mufti “convinced” Hitler into exterminating the Jews).

It’s certainly true that the mufti asked Hitler and other Nazis to exterminate the Jews, but where is the evidence to back Netanyahu’s highly unlikely claim that it was some little Arab piece of slime who “convinced” Hitler to shift from expelling the Jews to exterminating them?

Hitler had plenty of his own genocidal henchmen (Himmler,Goebbels,Heydrich,etc) giving him that type of advice as well as his own monstrous instincts that he didn’t “need” the mufti to push him in that direction.

That piece of filth mufti is a huge hero among the palis, and by exposing one of the founders and architects of so-called palestinian nationalism as a genocidal Nazi, Bibi could have scored a huge PR blow to the pali cause.

Instead, he gave the palis and especially the extremely disingenuous Jewish left a chance to whitewash the evil basis of Palestinian nationalism by accusing Bibi of downplaying Hitler’s role in the Holocaust.

Of course Bibi in no way absolved Hitler, but now the Israel-bashers and their allies in the media can pretend he did.

Scott on October 22, 2015 at 3:04 pm

Netanyahu’s point was never intended to marginalize the atrocities of Hitler and the Nazis in any way, despite what the ultrasubcretins are saying. His point was actually twofold: (1) Haj Amin al-Husseini played a key role in the Holocaust and (2) the current “Palestinian” attacks against Israelis (and/or Jews) is really an continuation of the same objectives that al-Husseini sought to achieve.

There is strong historical support for both of these contentions.

During the Nuremberg trials an affidavit was presented as evidence that quoted Adolf Eichmann’s deputy, Dieter Wisliceny (who was subsequently executed as a war criminal), saying: “The Mufti [al-Husseini] was also one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry by the Germans and had been the permanent 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.” al-Husseini was also very close friends with Heinrich Himmler (one of the chief “architects” of the Holocaust), and you can see plenty of photos of them together looking lovingly at one another on the Internet.

Also, all of the Palestinian or Islamonazi leaders have looked to al-Husseini for inspiration. al-Husseini was also a close relative of Yasser Arafat and was also the grandfather of the current Temple Mount Mufti. “Arafat’s actual name was Abd al-Rahman abd al-Bauf Arafat al-Qud al-Husseini. He probably shortened it to pretend to outsiders that he didn’t have a close connection to al-Husseini.

Ralph Adamo on October 22, 2015 at 6:16 pm


    The bottom line is there was no need for Bibi’s “he talked Hitler into genocide” claim. None. The mufti’s actions were damning enough without getting into that claim.

    The fact is the mufti pressed the Nazis to kill the Jews, he incited Muslims in the Middle East to kill Jews, he recruited Bosnian muslims to join the Waffen SS,he called for Muslims everywhere to join the Nazi cause – all these things made him a Nazi war criminal who should have joined some of his fellow Nazi war criminals hanged by a rope.

    If Bibi stuck to those facts and left out the Hitler part, he would have put the lefty Jewish defenders of palis in a position where THEY would have felt the need to defend a Nazi war criminal.

    Instead, he allowed the lefties to change the subject away from the mufti and onto himself being accused of defending Hitler.

    Unfortunately, even some of Bibis supporters have jumped onto the bandwagon and criticised him.

    Scott on October 23, 2015 at 2:16 am

Absolutely incredible! Assume, for purposes of discussion that Netanyahu was incorrect. How many political leaders over the years have said things that were incorrect? How many incorrect statements? Thousands, tens of thousands? More?

But this is the one that stirs controversy, that is attacked by politicians internationally, religious organizations, including, unfortunately, many that are Jewish, on a scale that is rarely seen.

Why is a historical statement by Netanyahu attracting the attention that virtually no other statement by a political leader has attracted? This statement is attracting even more attention than statements by Obama, Putin, or Merkel about current world issues.

It is obviously a combination of antisemitism and the romanticism of terrorism that has plagued so much of the 19th and 20th Centuries.

Little Al on October 22, 2015 at 8:45 pm

Tsk-tsk – looks like all of the stupid pro-genocide Jews on Debbie’s hate-site are complete strangers to irony.

Complete strangers.

JP on October 22, 2015 at 10:19 pm

    JP, I’m impressed.


    skzion on October 23, 2015 at 4:42 am

I read about this Mufti in college 50 years ago, also the muslims (Bosnians, I believe, mostly) who joined the Waffen SS. German newspapers carried information about the finding of blueprints for Auschwitz in an apartment used by the Mufti, and which were found during some recent (few years ago) renovations – evidently, they were a present from Himmler.

Alix on October 23, 2015 at 12:03 pm

Great piece and comments on a topic we have all known about for some time. Here is what’s on my mind:
With so many talks and films being done on the Shoah, HOW MANY OF THEM WILL DISCUSS THIS TOPIC? HOW MANY WILL EVEN ACKNOWLEDGE IT?
We see movies about hiding, escaping, life in the camps, occasionally fighting back (eg, Bielski), etc…WHEN CAN WE EXPECT A FULL-BLOWN MOVIE ( not a 10 minute short that will never see the light of day) ON HERR MUFTI AND THE NAZIS? I’m not holding my breath. Oh, yeah, a full blown feature film about August 1929 Hebron, featuring the Mufti and and his shitbag Arab locals would also be appreciated….Can we count on Spielberg for these? Sadly, monkeys will jump from my asshole before these things come to pass.

Not Ovenready on October 24, 2015 at 1:47 am

Netanyahu still clueless. He just announced that only Muslims can worship at the temple mount.

Phil Lipofsky on October 24, 2015 at 10:40 pm

Not Ovenready, surely you could not support what I said, given that you wished for my murder only a few months ago.

skzion on October 25, 2015 at 10:23 pm

    ??? You must be confusing me with someone else. I never did such, and actually agree with your comments whenever I see them.

    Not Ovenready on October 30, 2015 at 3:38 am

Methinks that one of the “Duplicators” used Not Ovenready’s handle a while back. I remember that comment, and I recall thinking that wasn’t the real Not Ovenready.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on October 30, 2015 at 2:43 pm

Thanks, Alfredo. I used to comment here a lot, but have been very sparse in the past year. I read Debbie regularly, but don’t have the time these days to comment often or even read the comments. This time was an exception.

Not Ovenready on October 30, 2015 at 5:16 pm

Hannah Newman commented on the Nazi Germans’ links with Muslims in her book “The Rainbow Swastika: A Report to Jewry on New Age Anti-Judaism”. She wrote “3. Hitler and the Mufti
And what about Islam, the third monotheistic religion? While Hitler ranted against Christianity and Judaism, expressing “a violent feeling of anger at the idea that some Germans were able to be taken in by theological doctrines devoid of any depth,” he contrasted these hated teachings with “those of Confucius, of Buddha and of Mohammed” which provided spiritual “sustenance”. (Angeberts, p.246) In this context, Hitler’s friendship with Haj Amin al Husseini, Mufti of Jerusalem – which included asylum in 1941, the honorary rank of SS Major and an acceptable racial “genealogy” – can be understood as more a sign of respect than political expedience. There were even cases of Nazis relocating to Arab countries and converting to Islam. (p.275-276 note 14) In this opinion, Hitler had the backing of the Thule Society, whose founder Sebottendorf praised Islam for having a “vitality greater than that of Christianity” which flowed “from a torrent which nourished everything” – that same “thread of lost knowledge” which was the goal of the Nazi quest. (Angeberts, p.165-166) [This raises other ideas for why Hitler’s Mein Kampf is so popular among some Moslems; besides the expected political admiration for brute force, there may also be a consensus of spiritual worldviews.]” This might support what Schlussel and Netanyahu are saying about the Mufti being involved in Hitler’s Holocaust.

Paul Bustion on May 17, 2016 at 4:07 pm

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