Thursday, November 27, 2014

Pro Islamic Jesuitical Hitler

The Nazis were NOT anti Semitic (a race of people) but were anti Jewish and pro Islamic

By David Mikics

Both Hitler and Himmler had a soft spot for Islam. Hitler several times fantasized that, if the Saracens had not been stopped at the Battle of Tours, Islam would have spread through the European continent—and that would have been a good thing, since “Jewish Christianity” wouldn’t have gone on to poison Europe. Christianity doted on weakness and suffering, while Islam extolled strength, Hitler believed. Himmler in a January 1944 speech called Islam “a practical and attractive religion for soldiers,” with its promise of paradise and beautiful women for brave martyrs after their death. “This is the kind of language a soldier understands,” Himmler gushed.

Surely, the Nazi leaders thought, Muslims would see that the Germans were their blood brothers: loyal, iron-willed, and most important, convinced that Jews were the evil that most plagued the world. “Do you recognize him, the fat, curly-haired Jew who deceives and rules the whole world and who steals the land of the Arabs?” demanded one of the Nazi pamphlets dropped over North Africa (a million copies of it were printed). “The Jew,” the pamphlet explained, was the evil King Dajjal from Islamic tradition, who in the world’s final days was supposed to lead 70,000 Jews from Isfahan in apocalyptic battle against Isa—often identified with Jesus, but according to the Reich Propaganda Ministry none other than Hitler himself. Germany produced reams of leaflets like this one, often quoting the Quran on the subject of Jewish treachery.

It is not surprising, then, that there are those today who draw a direct line between modern Jew-hatred in the Islamic world and the Nazis. A poster currently at Columbus Circle’s subway entrance proclaims loudly that “Jew-hatred is in the Quran.” The poster features a photograph of Hitler with the notoriously anti-Jewish Mufti al-Husaini of Palestine, who is erroneously labeled “the leader of the Muslim world.” The truth is considerably more complex. The mufti made himself useful to the Nazis as a propagandist, but he had little influence in most Muslim regions. Few Muslims believed Nazi claims that Hitler was the protector of Islam, much less the Twelfth Imam, as one Reich pamphlet suggested.

The Nazis’ anti-Jewish propaganda no doubt attracted many Muslims, as historian Jeffrey Herf has documented, but they balked at believing that Hitler would be their savior or liberator. Instead, they sensed correctly that the Nazis wanted Muslims to fight and die for Germany. As Rommel approached Cairo, Egyptians started to get nervous. They knew that the Germans were not coming to liberate them, but instead wanted to make the Muslim world part of their own burgeoning empire. In the end, more Muslims wound up fighting for the Allies than for the Axis.

Hitler’s failed effort to put Muslim boots on the ground still stands as the most far-reaching Western attempt to use Islam to win a war. Such is the judgment of David Motadel, the author of a new, authoritative book, Islam and Nazi Germany’s War. Motadel’s detailed and fascinating explanation of how and why the Nazis failed to get Muslims on their side is a must-read for serious students of World War II, and it has an important message as well for our own policy in the Middle East.


avles said...

...for the benefit of the Jesuits:

Turkey’s Protestant churches complain they are being targeted
Turkey’s Protestant churches complain they are being targeted

Ultra-nationalists killed three people on April 18, 2007 at a publishing house that distributed Bibles.
January 19, 2008, Saturday/ 21:08:00

avles said...

"Protestant" as allegory of Paulicians in the Turkey of Byzantium. Stiliyanov found out the past alliance Ottoman Empire - Protestant Britain and those murders are a sort of attempt to allegorically reverse that alliance. In fact it was the Ottoman empire and NOT Ataturk Republic. In fact the Jesuit pope in Turkey today visited the mausoleum of ATATURK, the man who buried that Ottoman empire allied with Protestant Britain... and the Turkey of Ataturk MURDER Protestants.... Can you see the picture now?


петък, 13 юни 2014 г.
Those who are forever guilty

avles said...

I put here an URL of Stormfront (the one survived meanwhile the Unhived Mind was shutted down), but I cannot see the page, evidently they don't allow to my computer to access to their site:

It about von Sebottendorf: