ICON OF EVIL: IslamoNazi Mufti al-Husseini

ICON OF EVIL: Islamo Nazi pan-Arab pan-Islam leader, the MUFTI, al Husseini


  • Number 1 Islamo-Arab leader
    Supreme Islam leader in palestine, Haj Amin al-Husseini Grand Mufti, pan-Arab, pan-Islam leader[1][2][3][4]:

  • Islamized Nazism
    Leading scholar J. Herf: “the Mufti played a central role in the cultural fusion of European with Islamic traditions… He was one of the few who had mastered the ideological themes and nuances of fascism and Nazism, as well as the anti-Jewish elements within the Koran and its subsequent commentaries.”[5] Noted writer B. Lewis: … he aimed at much vaster purposes, conceived not so much in pan-Arab as in pan-Islamic terms, for a Holy War of Islam in alliance with Germany against world Jewry, to accomplish the final solution of the Jewish problem.[6]Author P. Berman uses historical sources archival records that have been published only in the past year, he shows how al-Banna funded the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin al-Husseini, “Adolf Hitler’s most prolix and prominent champion in the Arab world”. Al-Husseini drew from Nazism and the Koran to create Islamic fascism, which he broadcast ad nauseam over the radio on the Voice of Free Arabism. And these poisonous texts found their way into the writings of the Muslim Brotherhood.[7] On 4 October 1944, in his radio speech, the mufti asserted that “as far as fighting against Jewry, Islam and National Socialism have moved very close to one another.” From Islamists’ praises: On 12 June 1946, the paper Al Kutla welcomed Husseini “in the field of Jihad.” On 30 June 1946, the Muslim Brotherhood paper Al Ikhwan Al Muslimin said of Husseini, “The Arab hero and symbol of Al Jihad and patience and struggle is here in Egypt.”[8]

  • Assisted in genocide
    Al-Husseini together with his aid and henchman A. Shukairy[9] aided Eichmann on his extermination program.[10]

  • “Father” of the Arab-Israeli conflict / “father” of radicalism
    The Mufti also “founded” the entire Arab-Israeli conflict,[11] appropreiately termed the “father” of Palestinian radicalism,[12] motivated by sheer bigotry, whose hatred of Jews was both religious and racial,[13] radical Islamic judeophobia[14] and ethnic racism[15] as an extremist Arab racist[16] supremacist. Since the early 1920s he had sought to rouse the mass of believers by falsely claiming that the Jews intended to take over al-Haram al- Sharif (the Temple Mount area) in order to rebuild Solomon’s Temple on the ruins of the great mosques. He had called on Muslim leaders throughout the world to rally to the defense of the holy places of Islam… Haj Amin created the basis for a more popular national movement in the 1930s that succeeded in bringing the Palestinian cause into the forefront of pan-Islamic and pan-Arab concerns… [17]

  • Jerusalem?
    In order to agitate for violence, he evoked a “link” of (Jews’ hitsoric) Jerusalem to Muslims, after a long history of sinking into oblivion,[18] and abandoned by the Muslim population.[19]

  • 1918: ‘Only the sword…’
    Already in 1918, he set forth his ‘vision.’ “… the Zionists, will be massacred to the last man. We want no progress, no prosperity. Nothing but the sword will decide the future of this country.”[20][21]

  • Violence: 1920 & on
    Incited to bloody violence since at least 1920.[22] The following year, in May 1921, another series of anti-Jewish riots in Jafa, Hadera, Rehovot, Petach Tikveh and Kfar Saba resulted in the deaths of nearly 100 people.[23] The Arab demonstrators shouted incendiary slogans such as “Palestine is our land and the Jews our dogs.” They clearly made no practical distinction between indigenous Sephardic or ultra-Orthodox Jews from the old Jerusalem community[24] Indeed, (long before the Arabs’ deep loss of the 1967 Six-Day war, where they mark the beginning of a so-called “Occupation,”) from 1920 to 1966, Arab terrorists murdered 1513 Jewish residents of British Mandatory Palestine.[25]Al-Husseini had used his authority as Grand Mufti and as head of the council in the 1920s and 1930s to issue fatwas agaisnt the British and the Jews… as well as against moderate fellow Arabs. Upon becoming Grand Mufti in 1921, al-Husseini declared a fatwa of Jihad against the Palestinian Jewish settlers and simultaneously declared that all Muslims who maintained friendly relations with the Jews were to be considered as infidels, an enduring conviction in many quarters to this day.[26]

  • 1929 Hebron massacre
    He ignited,[27] through “provocative speeches,”[28] the massacre in Hebron 1929, which put an end to the ancient Jewish community in Hebron, massacring dozens; people were set on fire with kerosene, tortured to death, castrated, and raped.[29] On August 24, after Arabs had killed Jews in the Old City, 65 Jews were killed in Hebron. In all, between August 23 and August 26, 133 Jews were killed, 399 wounded and 6 Jewish colonies destroyed.[30] He called: “Kill the Jews wherever you find them, this pleases Allah.”[31] It raised the issue: how Arabs were incited to violence during Friday afternoon worship in their mosques… the concept of jihad and the 72 virgins a Muslim allegedly receives if he dies as a martyr.[32]

  • 1931 – with Muft’s collaboration, his cousin[33] Abd al-Qadir founds the ‘Holy War Organization’ / Sacred Holy War [“munazzamat al-jihad al-muqaddas”].
    [34] It operates against the Jews and the British.[35]

  • Dec. 1931, Mufti organizes pan-Islamic conference.[36] Representatives were a mixture of fascists and Islamists.[37] He forges an alliance with Muslim Bosnian official which will help them both, later on, in WW2, to commit crimes for the Nazis.[38]

  • 1933 Hitler just rose – Mufti already cheers/supports
    Merely within weeks of Hitler’s accession to power, the Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, approached the German consul-general in Jerusalem, Dr. Heinrich Wolff, and offered his services.[39] It was on March 31, 1933, the Mufti declared his supoort on behalf of Muslims everywhere, saying: ‘Muslims inside and outside Palestine welcome the new regime in Germany and hope for the spread of fascist, antidemocratic. governmental system to other countries.’[40]

  • Muslim Brotherhood
    In 1935, the Mufti met al-Banna’s brother Abd-al-Rahman on behalf of al-Banna[41] in Jerusalem; subsequent to that meeting, the Mufti arranged for the Brotherhood to receive funding from the Nazis.[42] The Muslim Brotherhood’s al-Banna collaborated with the Nazis which he was jailed for.[43] The Brotherhood had the ‘Mein Kampf’ translated into Arabic.[44] Al-Banna established a youth movement whose military and physical attributes resembled those of the Nazi youth organisations, demanding absolute obedience to their leader, and declaring their willingness to use force in pursuit of the Brotherhood’s goals. His Special Apparatus was composed of members who were ‘prepared spiritually and physically to engage in jihad for the mission’.[45]

  • Arab Nazi Party
    The Mufti was establishing youth groups in Palestine, and inspired/helped Jamal Husseini’s –1935– founding of the Arab Nazi Party through the ‘Palestinian Arab Party.’ By 1936 the Arab version of Hitler-youth recruited child soldiers for the sake of “Arabism” and for “Allah.”[46]

  • 1936-1939 riots
    Between 1936-1939, he was -again- behind bloody riots in Palestine, made possible with funds he received from the Nazis as an ally.[47]

  • Hitlerjugend
    1937: The Mufti organized the “Nazi Scouts,” based on the Hitler Youth.[48] comprising some 20,000 “child soldiers.”[49] They were called “Holy Jihad.”[50]

  • Another “Hitler”
    Termed in 1938: ‘the Hitler of the Near East.’[51]

  • Eiminating moderates
    While there were many moderates in the 1920s, who welcomed the Jewish newcomers returning to their ancient land and joining the local Jewish population, al-Husseini, however, through his violent bloody system of intimidation and assassinations, made “sure,” there are no moderate Arabs left by the end of the 1930s.[52] He personally ordered assassinations especialy between 1938-1941.[53]

  • Converting Nazis – Jamait-e-Muslimin
    In 1939, co-planned with the Nazis to convert 25,000 Germans into Islam, to be organized into a Moslem association – “Jamait-e-Muslimin.” They’d be sent out for propaganda.[54]

  • Rachid Ali coup – fatwa
    Was behind the pro-Hitler Coup d’etat of pan-Arabist Raschid Ali; called (May, 1941) for a “holy war”[55][56][57][58] against the British and in favor of the Nazis. So did much of the wider Muslim clergy in that country.[59]

  • Farhud
    Incited the Farhud pogrom June 1941 in Iraq,[60] Where 179 Jewish men, women, and children were killed; 242 children orphaned; 586 businesses looted…[61] A Nazi-style pogrom in Baghdad that set the stage for the devastation and expulsion of the Iraqi Jews and ultimately almost a million Jews across the Arab world.[62]

  • Meeting Hitler
    On Nov. 1941 he met A. Hitler.[63][64] In accordance with the Nazi “racial supremacy,” Arabs were considered just as inferior as Jews, Hitler regarded them as half-apes,[65][66] “and declined to shake the Mufti’s hand and refused to drink coffee with him.” They, nevertheless, found ‘common goal’ in their mutual anti-Jewish hatred.[67]

  • Arab Fuhrer
    Gained widespread acclaim as the ‘Fuhrer of the Arab world.’[68] or the ‘Arab Fuhrer.’[69]

  • Mufti: ‘Allah in heaven – Hitler on earth’
    [Since at least] 1942 – spread propaganda slogan: “In Heaven Allah, On Earth Hitler.”[70]

  • Einsatzgruppe – planned extermination of the Jews of Palestine
    1942: The planned extermination of the Jews living in Palestine… In 1941-42 Nazi Germany appeared to be invincible in North Africa… The Mufti had several meetings with Adolf Hitler. Nazi Germany also pledged to wipe out the Jews who had been living in Palestine since time immemorial as well as the new arrivals from the beginning of the modern Zionist movement in the nineteenth century and following the Balfour Declaration in 1917… A special unit was assembled and trained in Greece in the spring of 1942 by SD officer Walter Rauff, the originator of the gassing van experiments in Poland and the Soviet Union. They were to operate behind the lines with the help of those in the region who were eager to join the task force. After El Alamein, the Einsatzkommando shifted its operations to Tunisia, where it implemented cruel anti-Jewish policies for many months. Over 2,500 Tunisian Jews were to die in the camps set up by the Nazis and their collaborators.[71]

  • Free Arabia
    The Mufti organized the Arabisches Freiheitskorps.[72][73] In 1942, a few months after his arrival in Germany, Haj Amin started organizing an Axis-Arab Legion from among the Arab students in Germany, the Arab prisoners of war, and the emigres who had followed him to Germany. They wore the German uniform and had “Free Arabia” patches on their shoulders. This Arabisches Freiheitskorps was a part of the German Army and protected lines of communication in Macedonia. The legionnaires had been instrumental in ferreting out American and British parachutists landed in Yugoslavia, whom the local population was seeking to hide and protect from the Nazis. The Legion also served on the Russian front …[74][75]

  • Genocide for Allah!
    One of his infamous genocidal speeches -embedded with Islamic theme- was delivered on March 1, 1944: “Kill the Jews wherever you find them… this pleases Allah, history, and religion. This saves your honor. Allah is with you.”[76][77][78][79][80]

  • Prevented the saving of Jewish children from the gas chambers
    He, repeatedly[81] intervened to prevent the saving of thousands of children, destined to Palestine, from being burned in Auschwitz…[82][83]

  • Handschar – “holy warriors”
    Led -“spiritually”- in 1943-44 Muslim-Nazi divisions,[84][85][86][87] recruited a substantial numbers of Moslem Holy Warriors,[88] to commit “atrocities against Yugoslav Jews, Serbs and Gypsies.”[89] Included was a special unit of Muslims in Albania noted for its savagery.[90] Visiting these troops, he was frequently praying with them, exhorting them to fight for Allah.[91]

  • Visiting Auschwitz
    The Muslim leader visited Auschwitz[92][93] in 1944[94] and urged at the German Nazis to speed up the extermination[95][96]

  • Urged Nazis to bomb Palestine
    The “Grand Mufti has already repeatedly proposed bomb attacks on Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in order to injure Palestinian Jewry and for propaganda purposes in the Arab world,”[97][98][99] particularly “around November 2, 1943.” It was rejected by the Germans.[100]

  • Solidarity and admiration for Nazis’ ‘final solution’
    At the same time (Nov.’42), he delivered a speech stressing the common goals Nazis and Islamits have againts the Jews and praising the “solution” the Nazis found…[101][102][103][104] Incitement becomes increasingly more towards ‘extermination.’ such as on the radio station ‘Voice of Free Arabism’ (VFA). The hatred that drew on religious passion merged with Nazism’s modern racist rhetoric. Not just murder but calls for genocide were literally on the airwaves.[105]

  • Pan-Arab leader – through Nazis:
    The Mufti sought -through the Nazis- the establishment of a pan-Arab federation or state,[106] and was looked upon as the leader of the pan-Arab community in exile.[107]

  • Plot to poison 250,000 Jews in Palestine
    1944 – ‘Operation Atlas.’[108] Mufti plotted the poisoning of wells in Tel-Aviv,[109][110][111][112] “The laboratory report stated that each of the container held enough poison to kill 25,000 people, and there were at least ten containers.”[113][114]

  • Islamic Vatican?
    A possible “Islamic Vatican” headed by the Mufti was reported on June 1946.[115]

  • Shukairy justifies Holocaust
    In 1946, his (above mentioned) henchman (during his Nazi stay in Berlin), Ahmad Shukairy, justified Hitler’s slaughter of 6,000,000 Jews.[116]At the same time, Shukairy with (the Mufti’s relative[117]) Jamal Husseini who founded in 1935 the Arab version of the Hitlerjugend in Nazi Arab-Palestine,[118] have accepted the Mufti, as the ‘head of the Palestine Delegation,’ before the Arab League – Bludan Resolutions.[119]Shukairy would later be known for becoming PLO’s first chairman; for coining the genocidal slogan ‘throw the Jews into the sea.’[120] He’d invent a dreadful analogy to South Africa in a hate speech at the UN on October 17, 1961 (apartheid slur, after a strongly anti-Western speech),[121] and would shamelessly/openly identify himself with Nazi groups, in December 1962.[122][123][124][125]

  • Jihad – 1947
    In 1947 he called for a jihad for genocide on Jews, saying: “I declare a holy war, my Moslem brothers! Murder the Jews! Murder them all.”[126]

  • Holy Jihad Army
    In 1948, the Holy Jihad Army, was sponsored by the exiled mufti.[127] Together with the Higher Arab Committee he formed the Holy Jihad army and brought the Arab states into war against Israel. Those who didn’t join, were marked “traitors.”[128]

  • A “principal architect” of 1948 Arab refugees
    In 1948, he appealed to the Arabs in Palestine to evacuate…[129][130] Dubbed: “one of the principal architects of the Arab disasters of 1948 and 1949.”[131]

  • 1948 Mufti-Eichmann pogrom
    Together with his buddy Eichmann, he plotted the anti-Jewish pogrom in Egypt, 1948[132]

  • Dictator of Greater Arabia
    Still, in the 1950s, he was termed, the uncrowned dictator of Greater Arabia.[133]

  • Hate propaganda (1960s)
    Oversaw, in the 1960s, A. Shukairy’s ‘Palestine Delegation’ anti-Jewish hate propaganda, spreading its venom in the West.[134]

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