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  • 05.06.03, 16:40
    http://www.cdn-friends-icej.ca/antiholo/arabnazi.html

    Wielki Mufti Jerozolimy w czasie II Wojny Swiatowej w Berlinie nawolywal
    przez radio do walki Arabow z Aliantami , sworzyl z Himlerem 2 okrutne
    islamskie dywizje SS mordujace w Europie ruch
    oporu ,Zydow ,Aliantow , wszystkich ktorzy walczyli z okupacja nazistow.
    W IMIE ALLACHA !

    Haj Amin al Husseini
    The Arab population from 1920-1930 generally reaped the benefits of Jewish
    immigration, and did not oppose the establishment Jewish National Home.
    Yet there was one man who attempted to breathe life into a national
    movement: this was the Mufti, Haj Amin al Husseini. The Mufti knew that
    nationalist slogans alone would not succeed in uniting the masses against
    Zionism. He therefore turned the struggle into a religious conflict. He
    addressed the masses clearly, calling for a holy war. His battle cry was
    simple and comprehensive: "Down with the Infidels!" From the time Herbert
    Samuel appointed him to the position of Mufti, Haj Amin worked vigorously to
    raise Jerusalem's status as an Islamic holy center. He renovated the
    mosques on the Temple Mount, while conducting an unceasing campaign
    regarding the imminent Jewish "threat" to Moslem holy sites.[1]

    Using Islam as a basis for preventing Arabs from recognizing any sovereign
    right of Jews over the Land of Israel is new. Such beliefs are not found in
    classical Islamic sources. Concluding that anti-Zionism is the logical
    outgrowth of Islamic faith is wrong. This conclusion represents the false
    transformation of Islam from a religion into a secularized ideology.
    Such a false transformation of Islam was in fact made by the late Mufti of
    Jerusalem, Haj Amin el-Husseini. He is the one person most responsible, both
    morally and materially, for the repeated Arab defeats in their conflict with
    the Jews in Israel. Husseni not only incited Arabs against Jews. He also
    encouraged the torture and murder of all Arabs who correctly understood that
    Arab cooperation with Jews was a precious opportunity for the development of
    the Land of Israel. Husseini ended his woeful life by putting his perverted
    religious teachings at the service of the evil and pagan Nazis.

    After Husseini came Jamal al-Din 'Abd al-Nasser. Nasser based his policy on
    Pan-Arabism, hatred and contempt for Jews, and an alliance with the
    atheistic Soviet Union. Nasser's terrible choices were critical factors in
    maintaining Arab backwardness. Fortunately, most of Nasser's mistakes were
    afterward corrected by the martyr Anwar Sadat.

    After the defeat of Nasserianism, Islamic fundamentalist movements made anti-
    Zionism the primary feature of their propaganda. They presented the negation
    of any Jewish rights to the Land of Israel as rooted in authentic Islam and
    derived from authentic Islamic religious principles.

    Shaykh Prof. Abdul Hadi Palazzi

    The Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini was later the notorious Nazi
    who mixed Nazi propaganda and Islam. He was wanted for war crimes in Bosnia
    by Yugoslavia. His mix of militant propagandizing Islam was an inspriation
    for both Yasser Arafat and Saddam Husein: He was also a close relative of
    Yasser Arafat and grandfather of the current Temple Mount Mufti. "Arafat's
    actual name was Abd al-Rahman abd al-Bauf Arafat al-Qud al-Husseini. He
    shortened it to obscure his kinship with the notorious Nazi and ex-Mufti of
    Jerusalem, Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini." Howard M. Sachar, A HISTORY OF
    ISRAEL (New York: Knopf, 1976). The Bet Agron International Center in
    Jerusalem interviewed Arafat's brother and sister, who described the Mufti
    as a cousin (family member) with tremendous influence on young Yassir after
    the Mufti returned from Berlin to Cairo. Yasser Arafat himself keeps his
    exact lineage and birthplace secret. Saddam Hussein was raised in the house
    of his uncle Khayrallah Tulfah, who was a leader in the Mufti's pro-Nazi
    coup in Iraq in May 1941.
    [1] THE PILLAR OF FIRE, Shikmona Publishing Company ltd, p 1.61

    ANOTHER TACK: Fiendish hypocrisy II
    Jerusalem Post, by Sarah Honig

    (April 5) Had Holocaust deniers from the world over been allowed to converge
    on Beirut earlier this week, they would have devastatingly disfigured the
    face-lifted Arab image. This is why they were kept out.

    Nevertheless, fiendishly hypocritical Arab criteria allow Holocaust
    justification and Holocaust denial to thrive simultaneously. Yasser Arafat's
    sidekick, Knesset member Ahmed Tibi, revived the old canard that the real
    Holocaust victims were Arabs, whom a guilt-ridden West saddled with the
    unwanted Jewish state. In other words, the Arabs paid Europe's penalty
    despite their absolute innocence.

    Is this why the Arab world harbored so many Nazi war criminals, including
    the infamous Alois Brunner? Or does Arab hostility predate WWII? And is
    there a link between Arab aspirations then and now? There may be powerful
    motives for obscuring that link. Ignorance facilitates the cover-up of still-
    unaltered propensities and purposes. Hence the Arabs' Holocaust record
    remains ever-relevant.

    Were they indeed blameless bystanders?

    Right after the 1942 Allied victory in El Alamein, Jerusalem's grand mufti,
    Haj Amin al-Husseini, took to the airwaves and broadcast in Arabic from
    Berlin. At that time he already was "prime minister" of a pan-Arab
    government formed in the German capital. His foreign minister was exiled
    Iraqi leader Rashid Ali al-Kilani and his war minister, Fawsi al-Kaukji.

    Husseini called on his numerous disciples throughout the Middle East not to
    lose heart though their greatest hope - Rommel's conquest of Eretz Yisrael -
    was foiled. The mufti planned a triumphant return with the conquering Axis
    forces, and the construction of a death camp outside Nablus to implement the
    final solution of the Jewish problem in this region.

    Despair after the Desert Rat's rout was immense, but Husseini wouldn' t give
    up. "Arise, o sons of Arabia," he exhorted his avid pro-Nazi
    followers. "Fight for your sacred rights. Slaughter Jews wherever you find
    them. Their spilled blood pleases Allah, our history and religion. That will
    save our honor."

    In late 1944, Husseini still sponsored a last-ditch effort to trigger
    another Arab rebellion.His agents, a mixed German-Arab commando crew,
    parachuted here. Their first mission was poisoning Tel Aviv's wells.

    Husseini arrived in Berlin three years earlier, after escaping the British.
    There he became Hitler's personal guest. The fuehrer granted him a prolonged
    personal audience, and the two reached a perfect meeting of the minds on how
    to solve the Jewish problem. Husseini was put up in a large house on
    Berlin's Klopstock Street, to which the SS referred as "the Jewish
    Institute."

    With good reason. Until 1939 it was a Zionist-oriented Hebrew school. There
    must have been particular perverse pleasure in lodging the mufti precisely
    there. He thereafter referred to his new residence as "The Research
    Institute on the Jewish Problem in the Moslem World."

    The Germans regarded Husseini as worth investing in. Various Nazi
    establishments competed for his affections. The Foreign Ministry paid him
    the then monthly equivalent of over $10,000, when the dollar was almighty.
    This sum was more than matched by the SS from its sonderfund resources,
    which consisted of assets robbed from Jews, often before their execution.

    Again, the perverse pleasure must have been considerable.

    Husseini's first Third Reich port of call was SS chief Heinrich Himmler's
    headquarters. Himmler took Husseini under his personal wing. He not only
    organized tours for him to Auschwitz, but sponsored and financed his Moslem
    clerical academy in Dresden. The graduates were to spearhead Nazi rule in
    Moslem lands.

    Husseini was in ch




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    • 05.06.03, 16:42
      Hitler+arabski_nacjonalizm=SS_dywizje_muzulm

      Again, the perverse pleasure must have been considerable.

      Husseini's first Third Reich port of call was SS chief Heinrich Himmler's
      headquarters. Himmler took Husseini under his personal wing. He not only
      organized tours for him to Auschwitz, but sponsored and financed his Moslem
      clerical academy in Dresden. The graduates were to spearhead Nazi rule in
      Moslem lands.

      Husseini was in charge of pro-German and antisemitic propaganda for Arabs and
      Moslems everywhere. He recruited Bosnians and other Moslem volunteers, who
      were to cleanse newly-occupied areas of "hostile elements," concentrate Jews
      for transport, and operate the projected death machine in Palestine - in the
      manner Ukrainians did the dirty work in Eastern Europe.

      The SS interest in the mufti preceded the war. It financed his uprising here
      between 1936-39. In 1937, Adolf Eichmann visited this country to reconnoiter
      the Zionist endeavor and meet the mufti, but the British allowed him only a 48-
      hour stay. Eventually Himmler introduced Husseini to Eichmann. Thereafter the
      mufti became a frequent caller at Eichmann's office. The two got along
      famously. They shared the goal of exterminating all Middle Eastern Jews.

      This is backed by ample documentation from the Nuremberg and Eichmann trials.

      At the end of 1942, Eichmann ordered 10,000 Jewish children sent from Poland
      to Theresienstadt. The Red Cross offered to trade German civilians for
      them.Husseini got wind of the scheme and protested vehemently to Himmler,
      warning him that the little Jews would soon become big Jews.

      The exchange was cancelled.

      Husseini is moreover "credited" with having personally foiled any compromise
      on the fate of Hungarian Jewry at the very end of the war.

      In his memoirs he wrote: "Our fundamental condition for cooperating with
      Germany was a free hand to eradicate every last Jew from Palestine and the
      Arab world. I asked Hitler for an explicit undertaking to allow us to solve
      the Jewish problem in a manner befitting our national and racial aspirations
      and according to the scientific methods innovated by Germany in the handling
      of its Jews. The answer I got was: 'The Jews are yours.' "

      After the war, Husseini was declared a wanted war criminal. He fled to France,
      and from there reached safety in Egypt, joining a host of nefarious Nazis who
      continued maintaining a network of espionage, sabotage, and virulent
      antisemitism from Arab havens.

      The mufti, who was deeply mourned by the masses when he died in 1974, still
      remains revered. Arafat and Faissal Husseini are both his blood kin. Neither
      repudiated him nor renounced his teachings.

      A few weeks ago, an official PA communique, reprinted in Al-Hayat Al-Jadida,
      accused Israelis of "murdering tots and elderly Arabs mercilessly. Jews tear
      open the bellies of pregnant women and rip out the fetuses, claiming this is
      the commandment of the God of Israel, which he ordered the People of Israel to
      fulfill."

      The logical remedy must be the mufti's recipe for saving Arab honor and
      pleasing Allah.

      While in Baghdad, Syria al-Husseini aided the pro-Nazi revolt of 1941. He then
      spent the rest of World War II as Hitler's special guest in Berlin, advocating
      the extermination of Jews in radio broadcasts back to the Middle East and
      recruiting Balkan Muslims for infamous SS "mountain divisions" that tried to
      wipe out Jewish communities throughout the region.

      At the Nuremberg Trials, Eichmann's deputy Dieter Wisliceny (subsequently
      executed as a war criminal) testified:

      The Mufti was one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of
      European Jewry and had been a 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. I heard
      him say, accompanied by Eichmann, he had visited incognito the gas chamber of
      Auschwitz.
      With the collapse of Nazi Germany in 1945, the Mufti moved to Egypt where he
      was received as a national hero. After the war al-Husseini was indicted by
      Yugoslavia for war crimes, but escaped prosecution. The Mufti was never tried
      because the Allies were afraid of the storm in the Arab world if the hero of
      Arab nationalism was treated as a war criminal.

      From Egypt al-Husseini was among the sponsors of the 1948 war against the new
      State of Israel. Spurned by the Jordanian monarch, who gave the position of
      Grand Mufti of Jerusalem to someone else, Haj Amin al-Husseini arranged King
      Abdullah's assassination in 1951, while still living in exile in Egypt. King
      Tallal followed Abdullah as king of Jordan, and he refused to give permission
      to Amin al-Husseini to come into Jordanian Jerusalem. After one year, King
      Tallal was declared incompetent; the new King Hussein also refused to give al-
      Husseini permission to enter Jerusalem. King Hussein recognized that the
      former Grand Mufti would only stir up trouble and was a danger to peace in the
      region.

      Haj Amin al-Husseini eventually died in exile in 1974. He never returned to
      Jerusalem after his 1937 departure. His place as leader of the radical,
      nationalist Palestinian Arabs was taken by his nephew Mohammed Abdel-Raouf
      Arafat As Qudwa al-Hussaeini, better known as Yasser Arafat. In August 2002,
      Arafat gave an interview in which he referred to "our hero al-Husseini" as a
      symbol of Palestinian Arab resistance.

      Sources and additional reading on this topic:
      al-Hajj Amin Husayni and the Arab Higher Committee (Photo)
      Nazi ally, Hajj Amin Al Husseini, is Arafat's 'hero'
      Haj Amin al-Husseini (1893-1974)
      Haj Amin al Husseini



    • 05.06.03, 16:43

      www.jewish.org.pl/polskie/materialy/israel-site/hist/do48.htm
      Arabowie w Palestynie rzadzonej przez Anglikow flirtowali z nazistami od
      drugiej polowy lat trzydziestych .Walczac z (1936-39) Anglikami i Zydami
      caly czas oczekiwali na wybuch wojny swiatowej.
      W 1937 przywodca religijny arabow w Palestynie Mufti Husajni Al -Amin
      spotyka sie z konsulem niemieckim ,przyjmuje tez Eichmana w czasie jego
      wizyty w Jerozolimie.
      Dazy do scislej wspopracy z Rzesza Niemiecka. W 1938 spotyka sie z szefem
      Abwehry w Bejrucie.
      Od roku 1938 Wielki Mufi jako platny agent pracuje wydajnie na rzecz
      Nazistow (sa dowody ,ze placili mu od 1936 roku)
      Po niedanym powstaniu arabskim w Palestynie (stlumionym krwawo przez
      Anglikow)
      ucieka do Iraku i potem do Berlina.
      Od 1941 roku jest goscie Hitlera i wiernie mu sluzy do konca wojny ,co tam
      robil?
      Ten przywodca duchowy arabow byl bardzo zajety:
      1) propaganda przez radio Berlin do arabow i muzulmanow przeciw Aliantom.
      2)Szpiegostwem na Bliskim Wsch na rzecz Niemcow (libia ,Tunis <Egipt i
      Palestyna) ,czekal na generala Rommla.
      3) Organizowaniem poparcia dla Nazistow wsrod muzulman na podbitych
      terenach.
      4) ale najwiekszy sukces to zorganizowanie i kierowanie duchowo dwoch
      dywizji WAFFEN SS HANDSCHAR I SKANDERBERG .
      Jedna z nich liczaca okolo 20 000 SS Handschar zlozona z muzulmanow
      i ochotnikow arabow walczyla z partyzantka w Jugoslawi mordujac setki
      ludzi.Byli tez aktywni na innych frontach.
      Kalmukow muzulmanow pamietaja z przerazeniem Polacy ,jak mordowali w
      Powstaniu Warszawskim.

      Wiec fanatyczny muzulmanizm i nazim maja wiele wspolnego , wtedy i dzisiaj




    • Gość: mirmil IP: *.uBRgrb01.supercable.es 05.06.03, 16:47
      Arafat's Nazi Connection

      Arafat, the Nazi

      Yasser Arafat: Nazi trained

      Nazi ally, Hajj Amin Al Husseini, is Arafat's "hero"
      • Gość: jarek IP: *.fastres.net 05.06.03, 16:59
        Jak mozna okreslic Arafata?
        • 05.06.03, 17:11
          • Gość: p d IP: *.inter.net.il 05.06.03, 18:05
            wiesz o tym?
            • Gość: jarek IP: *.fastres.net 05.06.03, 18:12
              Jest nauczony 5 razy dziennie przez 12 minut wolac " Allah jest wielki" , to tez bardzo latwo jakies inny nonsens conajmiej 100 razy dziennie powtorzyc.
              • 05.06.03, 19:12
                Gość portalu: jarek napisał(a):

                > Jest nauczony 5 razy dziennie przez 12 minut wolac " Allah jest wielki" , to
                te
                > z bardzo latwo jakies inny nonsens conajmiej 100 razy dziennie powtorzyc.

                I walil lbem w podloge wypinajac zadnia czesc ciala , od walenia
                umyslu nie przybylo.
      • Gość: zbalansowany IP: *.mel.dialup.connect.net.au 05.06.03, 17:01






        Is it true that the uncle of Yassir Arafat, the Grand Mufti, was a Nazi, and
        had a 22,000 strong Bosnian Muslim Nazi contingent? And that they massacred
        many Christians and Jews. I have been told this while debating with Christians,
        and I know nothing about this. I did a search on google, but only found
        information by pro-Serbs and Zionists trying to discredit Islam and the
        Palestinian cause. I would like to know the other side.

        There is no question that one of the former Grand Mufti's of Palestine, Haj
        Amin al-Husseini and Hitler had been in contact with each other and that Hitler
        did what every other European nation at the time also did, trying to forge
        alliances. Husseini's sympathies for Hitler have more to do with his
        antipathies for Britain than with Nazi ideology. After all, Britain had made
        false promises to various Arab nations during the first world war to set them
        up against Turkey, and had then betrayed them and given away Palestine to the
        Zionists. This, however, is where the story ends.

        Your question is the first mention we have heard of Husseini being Arafat's
        uncle. He does belong to a Husseini clan, a name as common as Smith in England,
        but when trying to create a Nazi link for Arafat, Zionist propagandists face a
        slight dilemma in that previously they have tried to deny that he has any
        legitimate connection to Jerusalem at all, having been born in Cairo. So most
        of them settled for stating that he learned Nazi teachings from the grand Mufti
        rather than claiming a family bond - after all, you can't have it both ways.

        Equally borne out of the inventive minds of the propagandists is the Bosnian
        Nazi connection for which the Serbs allegedly wanted to bring Husseini to book.
        This is one of the more recent "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" approaches
        of Sharon's Israel which tries to put it across that expulsion and massacres of
        Muslims in Palestine are entirely justified because Muslims are nasty people as
        evidenced by others who also wanted to get rid of them. So Israel cooperates
        with Serbs against Bosnians, with Indians against Muslim Kashmiris etc. Now
        when it comes right down to it the key question remains: no matter how hard
        today's Israeli military and politicians try to continue getting credit for
        once upon a time having been victims, does this given them the unquestionable
        and eternal right to victimise others?


        • Gość: A.D. IP: *.mco.bellsouth.net 05.06.03, 17:10
          Gość portalu: zbalansowany napisał(a):

          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          > Is it true that the uncle of Yassir Arafat, the Grand Mufti, was a Nazi,
          and
          > had a 22,000 strong Bosnian Muslim Nazi contingent? And that they massacred
          > many Christians and Jews. I have been told this while debating with
          Christians,
          >
          > and I know nothing about this. I did a search on google, but only found
          > information by pro-Serbs and Zionists trying to discredit Islam and the
          > Palestinian cause. I would like to know the other side.
          >
          > There is no question that one of the former Grand Mufti's of Palestine, Haj
          > Amin al-Husseini and Hitler had been in contact with each other and that
          Hitler
          >
          > did what every other European nation at the time also did, trying to forge
          > alliances. Husseini's sympathies for Hitler have more to do with his
          > antipathies for Britain than with Nazi ideology. After all, Britain had made
          > false promises to various Arab nations during the first world war to set
          them
          > up against Turkey, and had then betrayed them and given away Palestine to
          the
          > Zionists. This, however, is where the story ends.
          >
          > Your question is the first mention we have heard of Husseini being Arafat's
          > uncle. He does belong to a Husseini clan, a name as common as Smith in
          England,
          >
          > but when trying to create a Nazi link for Arafat, Zionist propagandists face
          a
          > slight dilemma in that previously they have tried to deny that he has any
          > legitimate connection to Jerusalem at all, having been born in Cairo. So
          most
          > of them settled for stating that he learned Nazi teachings from the grand
          Mufti
          >
          > rather than claiming a family bond - after all, you can't have it both ways.
          >
          > Equally borne out of the inventive minds of the propagandists is the Bosnian
          > Nazi connection for which the Serbs allegedly wanted to bring Husseini to
          book.
          >
          > This is one of the more recent "the enemy of my enemy is my friend"
          approaches
          > of Sharon's Israel which tries to put it across that expulsion and massacres
          of
          >
          > Muslims in Palestine are entirely justified because Muslims are nasty people
          as
          >
          > evidenced by others who also wanted to get rid of them. So Israel cooperates
          > with Serbs against Bosnians, with Indians against Muslim Kashmiris etc. Now
          > when it comes right down to it the key question remains: no matter how hard
          > today's Israeli military and politicians try to continue getting credit for
          > once upon a time having been victims, does this given them the
          unquestionable
          > and eternal right to victimise others?

          >> Hitler byl zwolennikiem zionizmy w koncu lat 30tych. Eichmann spedzil nawet
          jakis czas w kibucach i tez podziwial zionistow. Zydzi usilnie starali sie
          zblizyc do Hitlera w owych latach, ofiarujac szpiegostwo przeciwko Angli, etc.
          Niestety Wielki Mufti mial wiecej....szczescia. No i dziwic sie poniekad nie
          mozna, ze patriota, jakim Mufti byl, chcialby nawet z Diablem wejsc w
          przymierze, widzac zydowski potop w swojej, ojczystej Palestynie. Byc moze
          dane bylo Jemu przewidziec ta tragedia, ktora teraz przezywa Jego Palestynski
          Narod.
          >
          >
    • 05.06.03, 19:15
      ****Faszyzm_idzie_z_Islamem_tak_jak_kiedys_!!!!!!!
      Autor: wojo!!!!@NOSPAM.gazeta.pl

      Osama bin Hitler (Zycie Warszawy)

      Na spotkaniu w Bawarii weterani SS nadali Osamie bin Ladenowi tytuł
      honorowego
      Prusaka. Według szwajcarskiego ideologa Ahmeda Hubera, po 11 września
      nadszedł
      czas na sojusz europejskiej skrajnej prawicy i islamistów. Obie strony
      łączy
      nienawiść do zachodniej demokracji, USA oraz Żydów. Pierwsze oznaki
      porozumienia między skrajną prawicą, a islamistami można było
      zaobserwować już
      10 lat temu. W 1991 r. niemieccy neonaziści usiłowali stworzyć Legion
      Condor,
      którego celem miała być walka po stronie irackiej podczas wojny w Zatoce.
      Legion nie zdołał sformować się przed zakończeniem walk, ale w kręgach
      fundamentalistów dostrzeżono inicjatywę. W sześć lat później ekstremiści
      z
      niemieckiej Narodowej Partii Demokratycznej (NPD) planowali
      zorganizowanie w
      Bejrucie konferencji "Ostateczne rozwiązanie kwestii żydowskiej". Jej
      celem
      miało być ukazanie "prawdy o holocauście". Jak doniósł "Washington Post",
      obok
      skrajnej prawicy z Europy w spotkaniu mieli wziąć udział przedstawiciele
      libańskiego Hezbollahu i innych grup muzułmańskich. Do konferencji jednak
      nie
      doszło, gdyż władze libańskie zakazały jej przeprowadzenia. Nic jednak
      nie
      zbliżyło ekstremistów tak mocno, jak zamach na USA z 11 września ub.r.
      Atak
      zafascynował wielu działaczy europejskiej skrajnej prawicy i skinheadów.
      Otwarcie zaczęli wyrażać podziw dla bin Ladena, który "uderzył w USA i
      interesy
      żydowskie tak silnie, jak nikt dotychczas". Na demonstracjach niemieckich
      i
      szwajcarskich neonazistów pojawiły się znaczki z Osamą i chusty-arafatki.
      Falę
      popularności al-Qaidy w kręgach ekstremistów dostrzegł szwajcarski
      ekscentryk
      Ahmed Huber. Ten skrajnie prawicowy ideolog jakiś czas temu przeszedł na
      islam
      i zaczął propagować sojusz faszystowsko-islamski. Huber jest dyrektorem
      szwajcarskiej firmy Nada Management, która, według Amerykanów, zajmuje
      się
      m.in. finansowym doradztwem dla sieci bin Ladena. Po 11 września Huber
      ogłosił,
      że nadszedł czas na porozumienie między skrajną prawicą i islamistami.
      Obecnie
      stara się on pośredniczyć w nawiązywaniu kontaktów między różnymi
      ruchami.
      Niemieckie organizacje antynazistowskie zwracają uwagę, że po ataku na
      USA w
      ruchu neonazistów dochodzi do podziałów na tle współpracy z muzułmanami.
      Część
      starych liderów trzyma się twardo dotychczasowej strategii, wyrażonej w
      haśle "bić Araba". Inni, zwłaszcza młodzi, dostrzegli jednak nowe
      możliwości,
      jakie dałby sojusz z islamistami przeciw zachodniej demokracji. Horst
      Mahler z
      Narodowej Partii Demokratycznej ujawnił, że coraz częściej dochodzi do
      przyjaznych kontaktów z muzułmańskimi radykałami, w tym z
      Palestyńczykami.
      Czyli tak jak za Hitlera w czasie II Wojny Swiatowej (2 dywizje SS
      muzulmanskie i kontakty rozlegla pomoc arabska faszystom.







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