Speaking of nazis ..... Iran marked Holocaust Remembrance Day today by publishing a new set of cartoons mocking Jews and denying that the Holocaust took place.
Holocaust Day (Yom HaShoah in Hebrew) is Monday. I, for one, am sick and tired of the fetishism of dead Jews and the endless memorials to holocaust victims while the world rubs its hands in gleeful anticipation of holocaust the sequel. I am sick of the false narrative. The role of Islam and that of the Muslim leader of the ummah, the Mufti of Jerusalem, was very much a part of the extermination of the Jews, and yet his role and that of jihad was scrubbed from the history books.
And here we are 60 years later and Islam is back in full bloom, with Muslims sharpening their machetes for the beheading of the Jewish state, much the way Muhammad annihilated the Qurayzah tribe, beheading all the men of the last Jewish tribe of Arabia (after he exiled the other two). Sixty years after the Mufti Hajj Amin al Husseini sent 400,000 Jews to their deaths in Poland, we have Ahmadinejad and every Islamic leader, imam, cleric, calling for the death of the Jews.
Did six million die for nothing? Could it be possible they died in vain? And once again will the American Jewish diaspora fail their brethren, in a horrible repeat of history?
Sick of it. And sick of the liberal American Jews who sell their souls and their children just so that they can get on with the barbarians. Holocaust Day commemorates the martyrs and heroes who died under the Nazis. The State of Israel will take time out to remember the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, marking the start of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
In 1941, Hajj Amin al-Husseini fled to Germany and met with Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Joachim Von Ribbentrop and other Nazi leaders. He wanted to persuade them to extend the Nazis' anti-Jewish program to the Arab world. He lived in the lap of luxury from '41 to '45, making weekly broadcasts to the Muslim world from Berlin, inciting the ummah to exterminate the Jews and fight the allied forces.
Same jihad, different day.
And here, in another authentic document, deposed at Nuremberg, are further details of the ex-Mufti’s role. It is the affidavit of Dr. Kasztner. I reproduce the relevant extracts:
“As the leader of the Jewish Rescue and Relief Committee in Budapest, I requested the competent German authorities to grant the emigration to Palestine of a group of Hungarian Jews.
“In the course of these negotiations, which are the subject of my testimony deposed in the minutes of the Nuremberg trial, the high Gestapo official Eichmann declared he would be willing to recommend the emigration of a group of 1,861 Hungarain Jews, on condition that the group should not go to Palestine.
“They may go to any country but Palestine,’ I was told by Eichmann, who, as the leader of the Department IV.B. of the Reichssicherheitshaupant, was personally responsible for the deportation and extermination of the European Jews. At first, his argument for his negative and attitude toward the emigration to Palestine was that he did not want to rouse the Arabs against the Reich. At last he said to me literally:
“I am a personal friend of the Grand Mufti. We have promised him that no European Jew would enter Palestine anymore. Do you understand now?’
“ ‘ Some days later, SS Hauptsturmfuehrer Dieter Wisliceny, a close collaborator of Eichmann, confidentially confirmed to me the above statement of his chief, and added:
“ ‘ According to my opinion, the Grand Mufti, who has been in Berlin since 1941, played a role in the decision of the German Government to exterminate the European Jews, the importance of which must not be disregarded. He had repeatedly suggested to the various authorities with whom he has been in contact, above all before Hitler, Ribbentrop and Himmler, the extermination of European Jewry. He considered this as a comfortable solution of the Palestine problem. In his messages broadcast from Berlin, he surpassed us in anti-Jewish attacks. He was one of Eichmann’s best friends and has constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures. I heard say that, accompanied by Eichmann, he has visited incognito the gas chamber at Auschwitz.’”
The statement referred to in the affidavit was made by Eichmann in his office in Budapest on the 4th June, 1944. The confirmation by Wisliceny was given some days later, also in Budapest.
Muslim armies doing the daily prayer (which includes the cursing of Chrstians and Jews, 17 times a day)
On 13th June, 1946, in the New York Post, Edgar Ansel Mowrer published facsimile copies of a number of documents found in the Mufti archives at Oybin and Bad Gastein after the Nazi collapse. Mr. Mowrer writes: “Similar documents were found in the Foreign Offices of countries like Rumania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, etc., with which the Mufti had been in correspondence. There were so many of these that they were available to any newspaperman….”
Three letters in particular, published in the New York Post, shed more light on the Mufti’s role in the plan to liquidate European Jewry. They are addressed respectively to the Foreign Office of Bulgaria, Hungary and Rumania. The dates are between May and July, 1944.
To Hungary and Rumania, he wrote (the text is in French):
"I beg Your Excellency to permit me to draw your distinguished attention to the necessity of preventing these Jews from leaving your country for Palestine; and if there are any reasons which make their withdrawal necessary,” that they be sent to “other countries, as for example Poland, where they would find themselves under active surveillance,” and where they would not be dangerous or “cause misfortune.”
The letter to Bulgaria is in German, and has the following addition:
“Thereby one would accomplish a good and gracious act towards the Arabian people, who will be permanently grateful to you, and you will also make friendship relations even more close.”
When these letters were written, Poland had already been set aside as the extermination area for the European Jewry.
Below: The Nation, May 17th,1947
The Mufti (center); left is Walther Funk, the Minister of Economics and the head of the Nazi Bank, who was sentenced to life at Nuremberg; and Dino Alfieri, then Italian Ambassador to Berlin (right).
The Islamic world never apologized, never expressed remorse, never made restoration or reparation to the Jewish people and the victorious allied forces. Their unspeakable war crimes go unpunished to this very day. Their vile Islamic texts inciting to Jew-hatred and violence remain revered and part of their vicious teachings.