jglover at siu.edu
Tue Oct 24 16:56:31 UTC 2006
whatever you say, chuck.
too bad nobody thought of this possible
consequence before starting out on the genocide
against Palestinians that continues to this day.
If I were a Palestinian, I'd probably be tempted
to be drawn into Hitler's jew-hating myself.
My point is simply that de-humanizing Moslems as
a group and using phrases like Bush's
"Islamo-fascists" fans the flames. And that some
very powerful WESTERN interests WANT that.
One could also mention the Bush family' support
of Nazism, along with IBM's and other
corporations. One could also mention that some
Zionist leaders worked at least to some degree
with the Nazis, figuring, correctly, that Nazi
anti-semitism would encourage Jewish emigration to Palestine.
At 04:50 PM 10/21/2006, you wrote:
>By, Chuck Jines, Oct. 2006
>Shawnee_hollow at hotmail.com
> The number six selling book currently
> in Palestine is Hitlers Mein Kampf. The title
> means my struggle, which is the same meaning
> of jihad. This, unfortunately, is not the only
> similarity. Both Fascist Islam and Nazism share
> the same vision of global supremacy through
> force of violence, and unfathomable hatetrad of the Jews.
> During WWII Muslims composed several
> divisions of the Waffen SS, the largest being
> the 13th Handschar division consisting of over
> 21,000 Muslim men. They were responsible for
> killing over 800,000 Yugoslavians, 750,000
> Serbs, 60,000 Jews and 26,000 Romanians.
> The leader of the Nazi Muslim movement
> during WWII was Amin al-Husayni, uncle of
> Yasser Arafat. Today he is considered a hero by
> scores of Muslims. In an interview conducted on
> August 2, 2002, Yasser Arafat was quoted as
> saying the following, We are not Afghanistan.
> We are the mighty people. Were they able to
> replace our hero Hajj Amin al-Husayni?... There
> were a number of attempts to get rid of Hajj
> Amin, whom they considered an ally of Nazis.
> But even so, he lived in Cairo, and
> participated in the 1948 war, and I was one of his troops.
> Adolf Eichmanns deputy Dieter
> Wisliceny testified during his war crimes trial
> in 1946 that, The Mufti [Amin al-Husayni] 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
> one of Eichmanns best friends and had
> constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures.
> People need to wake up and take a hard
> look at the nature of the evil we face in
> Fascist Islam. It will not go away through
> negations. Let us not make the same naive mistakes that led to the Holocaust.
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