Lidt rablen fra Yahya Hassan

Jeg ved ikke, hvem der er værst, men i det mindste får et par dumsmarte tv-værter en lille dosis virkelighed: Den fremmeste arabiske stemme er fuldkommen usammenhængende. Man orker ikke at gå i rette med al denne rablen, det er for uoverskueligt. Men når jeg siger ‘man’ indregner jeg ikke en Facebook ven, som straks skrev

Når man trækker paralleler til 2. verdenskrig, så lyder det så dumt hvis man er komplet historieløs.

Waffen-SS-divisionerne i Skanderberg og Handschar var rene muslimske divisioner, med egen moské tilknyttet.
De blev undervist i deres eget sprog om hvorfor jøder og muslimer altid vil være fjender, og hvorfor islam og nazisme passede så godt sammen.
Det var resultatet af en aftale mellem Hitler og stormuftien af Jerusalem - Haij Amin al-Husseini - hvor Hitler lovede at hvis muftien støttede det tredie rige, så ville tyskerne udrydde hele den jødiske befolkning i palæstina.

Og de var godt i gang, - mobile gaskamre blev afskibet mod Jerusalem via Nordafrika, men blev stoppet i Tobruk i Libyen, da Rommel tabte til Montgomery.
Da Nürnberglovene blev vedtaget i 1935 (Rigsborgerloven af 15 sept. 1935 - med underafsnit - ‘Lov til beskyttelse af tysk blod og ære) modtog Hitler lykønskninger fra ledere i hele den arabiske verden i Nordafrika og Mellemøsten.
Der blev oprette partier overalt i den arabiske verden, som kopierede Hitlers doktriner i Syrien, Libyen, Saudi og Marokko. I Egypten oprettes et parti der hed ‘Young Egypts’ men slagordet ” Et folk, et parti, en fürer” bl.a. af de senere præsidenter Nasser og Sadat.
Nasser som senere sagde: ”Og det glæder mig i øvrigt, at ingen efterhånden tror på Auschwitz-løgnen”

Efter krigen fik hundredvis af nazistiske krigsforbrydere asyl i arabiske lande, og den dag i dag er Mein Kampf stadig den mest solgte bog i de muslimske lande.

I 2012 under valgkampen i Egypten, holdt Mursi og hans folk utallige taler om hvordan de vil udrydde jøder.

Og linkede til en artikel i Jerusalem Post

The Arab masses and leadership gleefully welcomed the Nazis taking power in 1933 and messages of support came from all over the Arab world, especially from the Palestinian Arab leader, Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini, who was the first non-European to request admission to the Nazi party.

Husseini, who was to be arrested for his role in the bloody Arab Revolt 1936-9, had fled to Germany in 1941 and was immediately granted a special place among the Nazi hierarchy.

The Mufti and Hitler relayed many declarations to each other explicitly stating that the main enemy they shared was the Jews.

However, the Mufti’s ideology transcended words and directed his actions. In 1945, Yugoslavia sought to indict the Mufti as a war criminal for his role in recruiting 20,000 Muslim volunteers for the SS, who participated in the killing of Jews in Croatia and Hungary.

Adolf Eichmann’s deputy Dieter Wisliceny (subsequently executed as a war criminal) in his Nuremburg Trials testimony stated: “The Mufti 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… He was one of Eichmann’s best friends and had constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures.”

On a visit to Auschwitz, Husseini reportedly admonished the guards running the gas chambers to work more diligently. Throughout the war, he appeared regularly on German radio broadcasts to the Middle East, preaching his pro-Nazi, anti-Semitic message to the Arab masses back home.

Even the Mufti himself explained that the main reason for his close cooperation with the Nazis was their shared hatred of the Jews and their joint wish for their extermination.

“Our fundamental condition for cooperating with Germany was a free hand to eradicate every last Jew from Palestine and the Arab world,” the man who was known as the “Fuhrer of the Arab World” wrote in his post-World War Two memoirs.

However, the affection, emulation and cooperation with the Nazis were not just found among the Arabs of Mandatory Palestine, they were replicated across the Arab world.

Many have suggested that the Ba’ath parties of Assad’s Syria and formerly in Saddam Hussein’s Iraq were strongly inspired by the Nazis. The most influential party that emulated the Nazis in the Arab world was “Young Egypt,” which was founded in October 1933.

The party had storm troopers, torch processions and literal translations of Nazi slogans – like “One folk, One party, One leader.”

Nazi anti-Semitism was replicated, with calls to boycott Jewish businesses and physical attacks on Jews.

Sami al-Joundi, one of the founders of the ruling Syrian Ba’ath Party, recalls: “We were racists. We admired the Nazis. We were immersed in reading Nazi literature and books… We were the first who thought of a translation of Mein Kampf. Anyone who lived in Damascus at that time was witness to the Arab inclination toward Nazism.”

There was of course the infamous pogrom in Iraq led by the pro-Nazi Rashid Ali al-Kaylani in 1941. Kaylani also asked of Hitler the right to “deal with Jews” in Arab states, a request that was granted. Apart from the secular pro-Nazi stance, there were many other religious Arab leaders who issued fatwas that the Arabs should assist and support the Nazis against the Allies.


In Libya, many Jews were sent not only to local concentration camps but also to European camps like Bergen-Belsen and Biberach. In a film titled Goral Meshutaf (“Shared Fate”), some Tunisian eyewitnesses claim that the Nazis had begun building gas chambers there. If the Allies had not won the decisive battle at El Alamain, perhaps the fate of North African Jews would have been the same as befell European Jewry.

A willing or indifferent local population was an important ingredient in the destruction of European Jewry and it was certainly present amongst the Arabs of North Africa.

Many of the current leadership in the Middle East owe their power base to the emergence of their predecessors during those dark times. The Palestinians still revere Husseini and many of terrorist groups are named after groups he founded.

The myth that the Arabs were innocent bystanders to the Nazi Holocaust is unfortunately widely accepted at face value. It is about time that this capricious fallacy was exposed, not just out of respect to those Jews who suffered at the hands of the Nazis and their allies everywhere, but also to deconstruct the simplistic notions used to explain the history of the conflict, especially that the Arabs were not responsible for the suffering that resulted from their continued incalcitrance.

Og igen til Children In History

SS Standartenführer Walter Rauff was placed in charge of Eisatzgruppen Tunis with the assignment of destroying the substantial Jewish population of North Africa. Rauff had played an important role in the killing phase of the Holocaust. He helped develop gas vans, essentially mobile gas chambers, used to murder Jews, disabled people, communists, and other targeted groups (1941-42).

As Rommel and the Afrika Korps advanced wast toward Suez and Egypt, SS commanders realized that there were Jews in Egypt and even more in Palestine beyond Egypt, some 0.5 million Jews. As a result SS authorities organized an Einsatzgruppe to kill Jews in the British Mandate of Palestine and Egypt. [Mallman and Cueppers, pp. 128-30.] The Einsatzgrupppe Ägypten was standing by in Athens, Greece, prepared to go into action as soon as the Afrika Korps reached Suez. The palm was to first exterminate the Jews of Egypt and then move into Palestine. Eventually the Jews in other Middle Eastern countries (Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Iran wiuld experience similar fates. SS Obersturmbannfuehrer Walter Rauff was assined to lead the Einsatzgrupppe Ägypten. It only included 24 members, but the olan was to enlist Arab collaborators. This would allow ‘mass murder would continue under German leadership without interruption’. The Arab collaborators would play promient roles in anti-Semitic radio propaganda, recruitimg Arab volunteers to staff killing operations, and in raising an Arab-German Battalion. Former Iraqi prime minister Rashid Ali al-Gaylani and Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem were enrolled to play prominant parts. [Mallman and Cueppers, pp. 128-30.]


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  1. Engang var der respekt om Ordet. Men ‘de snakkende klasser’, altså dem, der lever af at producere ord, begyndte på et tidspunkt snigende at gøre en dyd ud af bullshit og fornægtelse, efterhånden som det multikulturelle korthus faldt fra hinanden og blev afløst af segregation og islamisering. Herved sank de ned til et stadigt mere skingert stade, som meget betegnede kan kaldes ‘de kaglende klasser’, der kun forstår toner og ikke fatter holdninger, sådan på ægte hattedame-manér. Pga. terrorangrebet er de igen sunket og det så meget, at man bedst kan betegne dem ‘de rablende klasser’, nu i en udgave som havde de trukket deres ordstrøm ud af en tilfældighedsgenerator og ikke mindst med Yahya Hassan som en af deres fremmeste eksponenter.

    Comment by traveler — March 21, 2015 @ 2:00 pm

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