ISLAMIC FASCISM - Just as the Nazi threat was not confined to GOING AFTER Jews, the “Islamofascist”  threat is not JUST confined to GOING AFTER ISRAELI Jews. That is amply demonstrated by the events of  September 11, 2001 and by Islamic terrorist bombings in London,  Madrid, Bali and Israel. Though no good Terrorist won't PLUCK a JEWISH life if he can spot it.

ACTUAL VINTAGE Nazism held a genuine appeal for the Arab populace, who were attracted to its messages of rejection of democracy, recovery of past military glory and the cherry on top, Jew-hating. In 1935, Reza Shah, the ruler of Persia, changed the country's name from Persia to Iran to reflect that they, like the Nazis, were Aryans. A popular Arab song during the war went, "Allah in heaven, Hitler on earth."

The historic Nazi connection to today's Islamic terrorism is Haj Amin al-Husseini, the grand Mufti of Jerusalem 100 years ago.  He became a Nazi agent after meeting Adolf Eichmann, an architect of the Holocaust, in Palestine in 1937, and with Nazi funds organized the Arab Revolt of 1936-39 which led to the British closing Palestine to Jewish immigration. This facilitated the "Final Solution" by closing off the avenue of refuge. In 1941, the mufti orchestrated a short-lived, Nazi-backed generals' coup in Iraq. One of the participants in that coup, Gen. Khayrallah Tulfah, was Saddam Hussein's uncle and mentor.

The Iraq coup was followed by the Farhud, a pogrom against Baghdad's
Jews, an event viewed by Sephardic Jews as comparable to the German
"Kristallnacht." The Mufti obtained Hitler's assurance in November 1941
that after dealing with the Jews of Europe, Hitler would treat the Jews
of the Middle East similarly. Husseini promised the support of the Arabs
for the Nazi war effort. In Berlin, Husseini used the "sonderfund,"
money confiscated from Jewish victims, to finance subversive pro-Nazi
activities in the Middle East and to raise 20,000 Muslim troops in
Bosnia, the infamous Hanjar S.S. Waffen, who murdered tens of thousands
of Serbs and Jews in the Balkans and served as police auxiliary in Hungary.

But the Mufti's Nazi heritage did not end with the Holocaust  

Adolf Hitler, Nazi salute; Hezbollah swearing-in ceremonies in Iran;
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

“Israel must be wiped off the map…”

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, October 26, 2005

“They have created a myth in the name of the Holocaust…”

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, December 14, 2005


Jason Kenney, a Tory Member of Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary to
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, stated at a press conference on
August 22, 2006, that he is opposed to removing Hezbollah from Canada’s
list of terrorist organizations. Kenny said “lessons need to be learned
from history.” “There was another political party in the past which had
democratic support, which provided social services, which played an
important role in the political life of its country in Germany in the
1930s which was also dedicated to violence against the Jewish people,”
Kenney declared. “Hezbollah is motivated by anti-Semitism and dedicated
to the destruction of Israel.”

“Armed struggle is the only way to liberate Palestine…and aims at the
elimination of Zionism in Palestine.”

Palestinian National Charter, Articles 9 and 15

Left to right: Arabic edition of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” distributed
by Palestinian Authority in 2003; Yasser Arafat in Fatah militia; Hamas
children in military indoctrination; Palestinian Fatah militia salute.

“Commando (Feday’ee) action constitutes the nucleus of the Palestinian
popular liberation war. This requires its escalation, comprehensiveness,
and the mobilization of all the Palestinian popular and educational
efforts and their organization and involvement in the armed Palestinian
revolution….Accordingly, the Palestinian people look to all spiritual
forces in the world for support.” (Articles 10 and 16, Palestinian
National Charter, 1968)

Mohammed Abder Rauf Arafat al-Kudwa al-Husseini, shortened to Yasser
Arafat to avoid identification with his mentor, Haj Amin al-Husseini,
was born on August 4, 1929, in Egypt, though Arafat’s “official” website
says, “in Jerusalem.” Said to be al-Husseini’s nephew or cousin, Arafat
began to work for al-Husseini in Cairo in 1946, when he was 17. Egypt,
Syria and other Arab countries, and some Latin American states had
become a haven for thousands of Nazi expatriates. Al-Husseini played a
key role in this “pipeline” which trafficked war criminals. Arafat
helped supply arms for al-Husseini’s al-Jihad al-Muqaddas militia, or
“Holy Warriors.” Arafat’s posted biography does record that "In 1958,
President Yasser Arafat departed the Arab Republic of Egypt to Kuwait to
work as an engineer. [He] met several Palestinian figures…and discussed
with them the establishment of the Palestine National Liberation
Movement, 'al-Fatah'. Later, [he] went back to Palestine to meet a group
of Palestinian activists and announce the launching of the Fatah
movement on January 1, 1965.…”

Indoctrinated by al-Husseini to “kill Jews wherever you find them,” and
fueled by Arab editions of Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and the conspiracy
theories published by the Egyptian government under the title,
“Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” Yasser Arafat and his Fatah movement
began to mock moderate Arab leaders and to call for war “to eliminate
Israel.” Egyptian President Abdel Nasser, associated with al-Husseini,
employed a number of former Nazi officers, and founded the Palestinian
Liberation Organization (PLO) as an alternative to Arafat’s Fatah.
Following the “Six-Day War” in 1967, the PLO was reorganized and placed
under the leadership of Yasser Arafat. In 1968 PLO delegates met to
draft a national charter or covenant, the articles of which deny the
ancient existence of the Jewish People in the Holy Land, demand an “Arab
homeland” and Palestinian state, and call for the destruction of the
State of Israel. Though Arafat and PLO governing bodies made “promises”
to amend the Charter and affirm Israel’s right to exist, no changes have
been ratified or implemented. The original 1968 Charter is still
displayed by the Palestinian delegation to the United Nations and other
Palestinian bodies.

The recent militant call from Iran to “wipe Israel off the map” has
century-old Nazi fascist roots. To keep the Arab and Palestinian people
deceived and intellectually and spiritually enslaved, the Holocaust must
be derided as a “myth.” A web of lies and conspiracy theories must be
carefully spun and maintained. Children must be continually
indoctrinated. “Turnspeak” must remain the order of the day.

Joan Peters, in her classic study, “From Time Immemorial: The Origins of
the Arab-Jewish Conflict Over Palestine” (ISBN 0-9636242-0-2) documents
that “turnspeak” is a term first used by journalists to describe German
propaganda after it invaded Czechoslovakia in 1939. To win sympathy for
their invasion, the Germans practiced “turnspeak.” They turned the blame
back on the Czechs for trying to precipitate an all-out war in the
region. In other words, the Czechs, in their attempt to hang onto their
land, were ready to plunge all of Europe into war. How did the rest of
Europe respond to this lie? They believed it. World leaders decided that
something had to be done to preserve peace at any cost. Author William
Shirer, a reporter in Europe at the time, distilled the truth simply
when he wrote, “Thus the plight of the German minority in Czechoslovakia
was merely a pretext…for cooking up a stew in a land he [Hitler]
coveted, undermining it, confusing and misleading its friends and
concealing his real purpose…to destroy the Czechoslovak state and grab
its territories.”

Examples of “turnspeak” abound. The Arab terrorists’ Munich massacre of
Israeli Olympians was turned into an Egyptian account saying it was
“really masterminded by the Jews.” The continuing Arab claim that “the
Jews are Nazis” is not without motive. Just weeks after the Israel-Egypt
peace accord had culminated in Israel’s return of the Sinai, an
important Egyptian daily wrote, “It is now clear to us from the behavior
of the Nazi Zionist regime in Israel that Zionism wishes to come in the
place of the fascist Nazi tyrants.”

Articles issued from leading Western news services routinely contain
“turnspeak” statements like, “the Israeli settlers are roaming the West
Bank with guns and randomly shooting at Palestinians…Israeli violations
of human rights are the worst in the world…Israel rejects all overtones
of peace by Arab countries…the Jews are preventing Arab countries from
having democracies…Israel is a terrorist state.” And, just recently,
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran wrote to German Chancellor Angela
Merkel that the Holocaust may be an invented “excuse” by the nations
that won World War II to keep Germans “ashamed.” ( 8/29/06)

“Turnspeak” calls the Holocaust a “myth, while the speaker’s own
poisonous complicity in present genocidal plans and programs against the
Jews and the State of Israel is evident for anyone who really wants to
know the truth.

Haj Amin al-Husseini, named as the grand Mufti of Jerusalem, was at the
core of Hitler’s Nazi Muslim forces. Hafez al-Assad of Syria, Saddam
Hussein of Iraq and other Arab dictators were all schooled at Husseini's
feet. Amin al-Husseini was at different intervals the head of the
Islamic World Congress, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Arab League. As
a leader of these organizations, until his death in the 70s, he had the
time and opportunity to spread his virulent anti-Jewish philosophy all
over the Arab and Muslim world. Since Husseini's days, the entire
Islamic world has been infected with armies of violent fascist groups.

This Husseini-Nazi “taproot” gave riseexp to the modern imperialistic
 fascist strain of Islamic terror that the Free World is battling at
this very hour. Al Qaeda’s Osama bin Laden, Hezbollah’s Hassen Nasrallah,
Hamas’ Ibrahim Hamed and many other Muslim terror chiefs were or
are still ardent followers of Haj Amin al-Husseini, “the Fuehrer’s Mufti.”

The Free World is engaged in a generations-long war with Nazi-Islamic

Except where otherwise noted, the above historical data was excerpted,
compiled and adapted with the permission of Chuck Morse, from his book,
“The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin
Al-Husseini” (ISBN 0-595-28944-4), and from various articles that he and
his associates have authored. (

Secret ties between Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin Al-Husseini
A very powerful article.