Saturday, 15 June 2013

The Pro-Palestinian cause- same as the Nazi cause: make land Judenrein

Ten "blogs" were published simultaneously on Saturday 15 June 2013, regardless of what date Google "Blogger" gives them.  Google indiscriminately changed dates on some, but not others, when they were edited for minor corrections. And, as I required all of these blogs to appear in a certain order I "re-edited" all of them so that they would appear in the order I wanted… though Blogger re-dated some, but not others.

A NAZI CAUSE - PRO PALESTINIAN cause is based on Nazi program.

The charters of various "Palestinian" bodies is formulated on the charter articulated by Hitler for the Nazis.

The Pro-Palestinian cause is based on the “Programme of the National Socialists” set out for Germany by Adolf Hitler in the 1920s and 1930s. The Palestinian cause, which is to cleanse Palestine of Jews, to make Palestine Judenrein, was one pursued by Nazis in Europe. Arab Muslim Nazi “Palestinian”  al Husseini wanted to "solve the Jewish problem". No state of Israel yet existed.

In the 1920s Hitler articulated the Nazi program; he rejected Versailles, declaring "self-determination" "for Germans" which was used to allow for a definition of Germany by race (German) and religion (Christian), and proclaim that this nation would be guided by Christian principles. This excluded Jews. The PLO and subsequent Palestinian groups used the Nazi template to reject the UN resolution for the creation of Israel (and Balfour), declaring "self-determination" to allow them, on the premise of "self-determination", to declare themselves to be Arab by race and Muslim by religion and that this nation would be guided by the principles of Islam, and this automatically would exclude Jews (as well as other groups) who are neither Muslim nor Arabs. (In Islam non-Muslim groups exist with severely restricted rights as dhimmi). Both the Germans and the Arabs declared that they were part of a greater whole; for the Germans it was that they were part of a greater pan-Germanic state; while for the "Palestinians" it is that they are part of a greater pan-Arabia. The PLO Charter, for instance, is not concerned with "Palestinians" as a people who are distinct from those who surround them with a distinct and separate history, but is concerned that the "Palestinians", who are a part of a greater pan-Arab-Muslim whole, are diminished because of a foreign, non-Arab, non-Muslim element (Israel) existing within what should be a homogenous Muslim greater Arabia.

Above, screenshot of the Wikipedia page, "LINKS WITH NAZISM": “al-Husayni [al Husseini] met Hitler and other Nazi officials... to coordinate Nazi and Arab policies to solve.... the ‘Jewish Problem’”. 

Islam and Nazism had a shared objective. That objective is still pursued today, and it is pursued by the political left.

Adolf Hitler was a Christian. Adolf Hitler made no secret of his Christianity. And, on account of his religious conviction, Adolf Hitler sought the genocide of Jews. 

Hitler's profound Christianity was expressed in his Mein Kampf and it was a regular feature of his speeches. Hitler, 22/4/1922:

"… Count Lerchenfeld… said in the last session of the Landtag that his feeling 'as a man and a Christian' prevented him from being an Anti-Semite. I say: my feeling as a Christian points me to my Lord and Saviour as a fighter. It points be to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded only by a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them and who, God's truth! was greatest not as sufferer but as fighter. In boundless love as a Christian and as a man read through the passage which tells us how the Lord at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and of adders. How terrific was His fight for the world against the Jewish poison to-day, after two thousand years, with deepest emotion I recognize more profoundly than ever before in the fact that it was this that He had to shed His blood upon the Cross. As a Christian… I have the duty to be fighter for truth and justice… to see to it that human society does not suffer the same catastrophic collapse as did the civilization of the ancient world some two thousand years ago - a civilization which was driven to its ruin through this same Jewish people." Adolf Hitler, Early speeches, 1922-1924, and Other Selections, edited by N. H. Baynes, ISBN 0865274932

Hitler’s 1922 reference: New Testament, Matthew 23.33-36:

"You snakes! You brood of vipers! How will you escape being condemned to hell? Therefore I am sending you prophets and wise men and teachers. Some of them you will kill and crucify; others you will flog in your synagogues and pursue from town to town. And so upon you will come all the righteous blood that has been shed on earth… [and] all this will come upon this generation." (translation from the New International version)

Adolf Hitler, Early speeches, 1922-1924, and Other Selections, edited by N. H. Baynes, ISBN 0865274932

Hitler’s desire was matched by an equally fervent desire in Islam to commit genocide of the Jews. Islam’s goal of committing the genocide of Jews predated Hitler by around 1100 years. In Islam the genocide of Jews is a mandatory prerequisite which, on it being accomplished, Muslims believe will result in the raising of the dead by god, Judgement Day. 

Both before and during WW2 German Christian Nazis and their Arab Muslim cohorts worked together to achieve a shared objective. Only two years after the Nazis became the government in Germany the “Palestinians” established their version of the Hitler youth, the “al-Futuwwa, officially named the ‘Nazi Scouts’” (Wikipedia, refer screenshot above).

During the war, the Mufti of Palestine, al Husseini, lived in Berlin and worked for the Nazi effort.

Al Husseini was a Nazi and was paid by the Nazis to make broadcasts on Arab-Language Nazi radio. Al Husseini broadcast in Arabic on behalf of "Palestinians" against the Jews, when no state of Israel existed.

The Nazis-provided Husseini the resources to broadcast his messages against Jews. Among the broadcasts by al Husseini is one in which he paraphrased Hitler's Mein Kampf in 1943.

Above, portion of p. 137, The Myth of Hitler's Pope by David G Dalin (Google books), a sample of Husseini's hate-speech. Al Husseini paraphrasing Hitler:

“'The overwhelming egoism which lies in the character of the Jews, their unworthy belief that they are God's chosen nation and their assertion that all was created for them… [makes them] incapable of being trusted. They cannot mix with other nation[s] but live as parasites among the nations, suck out their blood, embezzle their property, corrupt their morals… The divine anger and curse that the Holy Koran mentions with reference to the Jews is because of this unique character of the Jews.'", p. 137

Hitler in the original:

"[The Jew] is and remains the typical parasite … wherever he appears, the host people dies out after a shorter or longer period. …Thus, the Jew of all times has lived in the states of other peoples… under the disguise of 'religious community'… The Jew's life as a parasite in the body of other nations and states explains a characteristic…. [that being] the 'great master in lying'. Existence impels the Jew to lie, and to lie perpetually…" ( Adolf Hitler, MEIN KAMPF, Bk1, p.277, Manheim translation)

The Myth of Hitler's Pope by David G Dalin
Herf’s Nazi Propaganda for the Arab World, above, is a solid summary of the Arab-language Nazi broadcasts, including broadcasts by al Husseini. 

"Nazi broadcasts stressed affinities between what they called the 'values of Islam' and those of National Socialism... [Nazi] broadcasts conveyed the message that the Nazis viewed Islam – not fundamentalist, radical, or political Islam, but simply Islam – as an ideological parallel to Nazism's revolt against Western political modernity... National Socialism was appealing to Muslims as Muslims, not just to Arabs..." p. 45, Herf  

"Husseini stated that Arab unity could not be attained without the inclusion of Palestine... Arabs and Muslims must pursue a different goal, namely the 'expulsion of all the Jews from all Arab and Muslim countries. This is the only remedy. It is what the Prophet did thirteen centuries ago'."  pp. 186-187, Herf

This objective is still sought for today. It predates the existence of Israel, though commentators prefer to believe that it arose as a consequence of the creation of Israel.

The objective of al Husseini, like Hitler was to make “Palestine” Judenrein.

Against the charge of "atheist extremism"

However, before moving on, the issue of “atheism” has to be addressed. 

A persistent claim that is still being made today is that Adolf Hitler was anti Christian, an atheist. Australian Catholic, historian Geoffrey Blainey is cited on the Wikipedia as “proof” that Hitler was an atheist (below), a claim supported, not by evidence, but on the authority of Blainey as an historian, even though Blainey's claim is contradicted by the evidence. 

And in 2010, the German priest Ratzinger, who was at the time Catholic Pope, claimed that Nazism was an extremism that sought to eradicate god, below.

Calling Hitler an "atheist" intends to remove from the crimes Hitler committed the Christian basis for his committing them. 

Similarly, Islam, which is the basis of a religious hatred of all Jews, which is the basis of a unilaterally declared war by Islam against Israel has to be removed from the context of any debate regarding “Palestine”, in order to blame Israel. 

By such means acts of terrorism consistent with Muslim doctrine are claimed to not be part of the fabric of Islam. An atheist familiar with Islamic doctrine is labelled “racist” if they have the capacity to reference the doctrinal basis of Islamic acts of piety - terrorism. This means that only Israel can be blamed.

Both Adolf Hitler and pious Muslims (mistermed as “Islamists”) can, by having their religious motivations removed, be claimed to be acting for reasons that have nothing to do with their religion’s doctrinal hatred. 

Every atheist is by this means vilified. Religions are good, and atheists are evil. Are we supposed to accept this?

Hitler’s desires were always Christian (as I have briefly discussed here ). And Hitler never made a secret of his Christianity.  Al Husseini too was equally Islamic, and the desires he expressed are couched in Islamic doctrine.

Hitler appealed to Christians using familiar Christian doctrine to describe and justify what he sought; and this was mirrored by al Husseini who made appeals in Arabic to urge for the extermination of Jews by referring to familiar Islamic doctrine. Both Nazism and Islam are religious-inspired movements.

I have come across claims that suggest that the views of al Husseini were either his own personal views which had nothing to do with Islam, or that they disappeared with him. This is intended to create the impression that conflict in the Levant (“Middle East”) is a phenomenon that arose after WW2, not before it, which means that a cause after WW2 is sought to explain the hatred. This cause is then claimed to be the Jewish state (Israel).

And that on that basis it is made to mean that there is no direct link of today’s terrorism to al Husseini or Islamic doctrine that dates to c. 850 AD (hadith). 

And it is then suggested that an absence of evidence showing a chain of dissemination from al Husseini to the PLO, to Hamas means no transmission has occurred, and that the current hatred is "new" and not a hatred related to the events that precede the creation of Israel. 

Shared Objectives

Historical considerations

The first statement of independence made by the "Palestinians" after the creation of the state of Israel took the form of the PLO Charter in 1964; this was followed by a 2nd charter in 1968; and in 1988 Hamas released their Covenant.

Palestinian Charters and Covenants:  

The Palestinian cause is a PASTICHE of the Programme of the National Socialist Party as articulated by Hitler in his speeches.

The template of the Palestinian case is the NAZI program forged in Germany in the 1920s.

The Nazis articulated a programme for the National Socialists. This plan was:

a) reject the treaty imposed by external powers that divided the state and weakened it;

b) reject the treaty imposed by external powers by calling for "self determination";

c) on the basis of self determination, one can therefore make the following pronouncements:

i) articulate, on the grounds of "self determination" that the citizenry of the state is of one religion;

ii) articulate your self-determined cause as religious;

iii) claim that religion gives you "moral codes" and guidance;

iv) claim that other religions can be tolerated so long as they do not violate or contradict the religious foundation of the state;

v) allow you, on the pretext of self-determination, to define what race is legitimately of the state;

vi) allow for the call to unify all of the same race and religion into one contiguous state;

vii) call for this to be achieved by force-of-arms, war and claim that this is your right to self-determination;

viii) show that historically the state and the people you act for occupied a much larger territorial area, and that you have an historical right to this territory, which an external power has denied to you.

This plan is the one that has been put into action by Palestinians:

a) The treaty imposed by external powers that is rejected is Balfour and the UN creation of Israel, (not Versailles);

b) By rejecting Balfour / UN’s creation of Israel, which, being an imposition from external powers, allows for a call for "self-determination";

c) On the basis of “self-determination” make the following pronouncements:

i) Declare that you have the right to declare your citizenry to be represented by only ONE religion and that religion is Islam;

ii) Declare that you have the right to articulate your cause as religious;

iii) Declare that religion gives you the moral codes and guidance;

iv) Declare that your religion, Islam allows tolerance so long as non-Muslims submit (pay the Jizya);

v) Declare that self-determination allows you to act on account of the race you are, with that being Arabic, to claim that being an Arab is the only legitimate race of the citizenry of the state;

vi) Declare that you should be part of a the "Arab Lands", or "Arabia", which is lessened by having a part of it "occupied" by non-Arabs, and call for union to become part of the greater whole;

vii) call for this to be achieved by jihad until it is accomplished;

viii) claim that there is no historical evidence of a “Jewish” state ever existing, and claim that historically this area has always been part of the “Arab Homeland”.



HItler’s cause: A Christian war to enforce Christian values, in which HItler would allow non-Christians some rights as long as they do not offend Christian morality

As a Christian, Hitler proclaimed, he is pointed to his "Lord and Saviour as a fighter [who]... recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to the fight against them..." Baynes, Speeches, p. 19, 12/4/1922

“We are now faced by the question: Do we wish to restore Germany to freedom and power? If ‘yes’: then the first thing to do is to rescue it from him who is ruining our country... We want to prevent our Germany from suffering, as Another did, the death upon the Cross.” p. 60, Baynes, Hitler Speeches, 20/4/1923

"The National Government will regard it as their first and foremost duty to ...preserve and defend those basic principles on which our nation has been built on. They regard Christianity as the foundation of our national morality... [and] are determined... to restore the nation to a consciousness of its political and national unity..." Programme of the National Socialist Party (Nazis) Speeches, p. 113, 1/2/1933;

"We demand liberty for all religious denominations in the State, so far as they are not  a danger to it and do not militate against the morality and moral sense of the German race." Speeches, p. 106, Article 24, “The Programme of the [Nazi] Party", 24/2/1920 Baynes, Hitler Speehes;

“None but members of the nation may be citizens of the State. None but those of German blood, whatever their creed, may be members of the nation. No Jew, therefore maybe a member of the nation." Speeches, Point no. 4, The Programme of the [Nazi] Party", 24/2/1920, p. 103 Baynes Hitler Speeches;

Palestinian Cause: A Muslim jihad to enforce Islamic values, where non-Muslims have some rights only if they are willing to “submit”

“The Islamic Resistance Movement is one of the... complete embrace of all Islamic concepts of all aspects of life, culture, creed, politics, economics, education, society, justice and judgement, the spreading of Islam, education, art, information, science of the occult and conversion to Islam.” Article Two, Hamas Covenant 1988;

“Time extent of the Islamic Resistance Movement: By adopting Islam as its way of life, the Movement goes back to the time of the birth of the Islamic message, of the righteous ancestor, for Allah is its target, the Prophet is its example and the Koran is its constitution.” Article Five, Hamas Covenant 1988;
“The Islamic Resistance Movement is a distinguished Palestinian movement, whose allegiance is to Allah, and whose way of life is Islam. It strives to raise the banner of Allah over every inch of Palestine, for under the wing of Islam followers of all religions can coexist in security and safety where their lives, possessions and rights are concerned. In the absence of Islam, strife will be rife, oppression spreads, evil prevails and schisms and wars will break out.”  Article Six, Hamas Covenant 1988;

“Under the wing of Islam, it is possible for the followers of the three religions - Islam, Christianity and Judaism - to coexist in peace and quiet with each other. Peace and quiet would not be possible except under the wing of Islam... It is the duty of the followers of other religions to stop disputing the sovereignty of Islam...” Article Thirty-One, Hamas Covenant 1988;  

“We, the Palestinian Arab people, who believe in its Arabism ... have determined to amass its forces ... and to move forward on the path of holy war (al-jihad) until complete and final victory has been attained” PLO Charter 1964;

“Jews of Palestinian origin are considered Palestinians if they are willing to live peacefully and loyally in Palestine.” Article 7, PLO Charter 1964;

"Israel, Judaism and Jews challenge Islam and the Moslem people. ’May the cowards never sleep.’" Article Twenty-Eight, Hamas Covenant 1988;

“Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it”, Preamble of Hamas Covenant 1988

As in the Nazi programme, there is no place for Jews in Palestine. Below, PLO wants “Palestine” Jew-free (2011); Hamas declares “Palestine from the river to the sea”, in which Palestinians are defined as Muslim Arabs (2012); Hamas rejects any right for Israel to exist from the Mediterranean to the Jordan River (2013):

PLO wants “Palestine” Jew-free (2011)
Hamas declares “Palestine from the river to the sea”, in which Palestinians are defined as Muslim Arabs (2012)
Hamas rejects any right for Israel to exist from the Mediterranean to the Jordan River (May 2013)

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas renews his pledge to the cause of "martyrs", which includes the Nazi al Husseini. The cause of the Palestinians, as was articulated by al Husseini, was for a Judenfrei "Palestine". 

***It should be noted that unlike Germany whose Jewish population was relatively recent, the Jews in "Palestine" predate the Arabs by millennia. However the Arabs unilaterally give themselves alone the right to "self-determination". The Jews have no such right according to the Muslim Arab’s unilateral declaration. Non-Muslim Arabs and Jews of Palestine have no rights under this definition.

WAR IS WAGED TO ACHIEVE “SELF DETERMINATION” FOR THE RACE and “NATION” - that is, Nation is defined by race

Programme of the National Socialist Party (Nazis) PAN-GERMANISM:
"We demand the union of all Germans, on the basis of the right of the self-determination of peoples to form a Great Germany." Article 1, Programme of the National Socialist Party (Nazis) Baynes, Hitler Speeches, 24/2/1920, p. 103

“The aim of German foreign policy of today must be the preparation for the reconquest of freedom for tomorrow... regaining independence for a nationality is not absolutely bound up with the integrity of the state territory, but rather with the existence of a remnant, even though small, of this people and state... It should further be borne in mind that the question of regaining lost sections of a people’s and state’s territory is always primarily a question of regaining the political power and independence of the mother country; that, therefore, in such a case the interests of the lost territories must be ruthlessly subordinated to the interest of regaining the freedom of the main territory. For the liberation of oppressed, separated splinters of a nationality or of provinces of a country does not take place on the basis of a desire of the part of those left behind, but through the implements of power of those remnants of the former common fatherland...” Mein Kampf, p. 557, Manheim translation

“For oppressed territories are led back to the bosom of a common Reich, not by flaming protests, but by a mighty sword.” Mein Kampf, p. 558, Manheim translation

“The people of Palestine determine its destiny ... in accordance with its own wishes and free will" Article 4,  PLO Charter 1964;

"The Palestinian Arab people has the legitimate right to its homeland and is an inseparable part of the Arab Nation." Article 3,  PLO Charter 1964;

"The Palestinian people firmly believe in Arab unity” Article 11,  PLO Charter 1964;

"The destiny of the Arab Nation and even the essence of Arab existence are firmly tied to the destiny of the Palestine question." Article 13,  PLO Charter 1964;

“The liberation of Palestine, from an Arab viewpoint, is a national duty. Its responsibilities fall upon the entire Arab nation” Article 14,  PLO Charter 1964;

“The destiny of the Arab nation, and indeed Arab existence itself, depend upon the destiny of the Palestine cause. From this interde-pendence springs the Arab nation's pursuit of, and striving for, the liberation of Palestine.” Article 14, PLO Charter 1968 

It should be stressed that these elements that appear in the PLO Charter first appeared in Nazi Arab-language radio broadcasts:

Nazi WW2 Arab-language radio broadcast of 1943:
Arab Nation WW2 broadcasts of 1943 made the same claim:
"On March 15 [1943], the Arab Nation [broadcast] ‘Your duty as Arabs is to unite in your struggle against these enemies... so long as Islam exists they [the Jews] will not be in peace, as they are aware that Prophet Mohammed chased the Jews from the Arab land and ordered Moslems to fight until they are extinct... the Arabs ... will rise against the Jews and fight them as they have already done in Palestine.'" p. 169, Herf

Repeated in the PLO Charter 1964:

“from an Arab viewpoint, is a national duty. Its responsibilities fall upon the entire Arab nation… [which] must mobilize its military, spiritual and material potentialities; specifically, it must give to the Palestinian Arab ,… to enable them to perform their role in liberating their homeland.” Article 14, PLO Charter 1964 

MOTOES, OBJECTIVES AND TASKS: achieve unity to allow freedom/liberation

Programme of the National Socialist Party (Nazis):
National Socialism set itself 4 tasks:
"i. To create a single people... iii. To protect this people... and to restore to it freedom honour, and  power." p. 120 Hitler Speeches, 6/6/1937.

Palestinian Cause:
”Palestinians have three mottos: National Unity, National Mobilization, and Liberation. Once liberation is completed, the people of Palestine shall choose for its public life whatever political, economic, or social system they want.”  Article 10  PLO Charter 1964


Programme of the National Socialist Party (Nazis):
"The National Government will regard it as their first and foremost duty to revive in the nation the spirit of unity ... They regard Christianity as the foundation of our national morality... The are determined... to restore the nation to a consciousness of its political and national unity...”, PROGRAMME OF THE [NAZI] PARTY: p, 113, Baynes, Hitler Speeches, 1/2/1933.

PLO Charter:
“Bringing up Palestinian youth in an Arab and nationalist manner is a fundamental national duty. All means of guidance, education and enlightenment should be utilized to introduce the youth to its homeland in a deep spiritual way that will constantly and firmly bind them together.”  Article 8,   PLO Charter 1964;


Hitler advocated "Pan Germanism". The Pan German party he said "is to be praised" (MK, p.87). Hitler praises the founder of the Pan German Party, Schönerer who he wrote "tower[s] far above the scope and stature of so-called parliamentary figures." (MK, p. 90).  Hitler maintained that all "splintered" German communities had the "right" to find themselves to be citizens within one contiguous Pan German state claiming:
"... we must again profess the highest aim of all foreign policy, to wit: to bring the soil into harmony with the population." (that is people of German race have the right to be living on German-ruled German-Governed "soil") p. 593 Mein Kampf.
 Hitler rejected the notion of re-creating the pre-1914 borders, calling such a quest "a political absurdity" (Mein Kampf, p.593), going on to say:
"... the Reich's frontiers in 1914 were anything but logical. For in reality they were neither complete in the sense of embracing the people of the German nationality, nor sensible with regard to geo-military expediency... " (Mein Kampf, p.593).

Hitler not only demands that a people must not remain "splintered" but also that:
"... the new Reich must set itself on the march along the road of the Teutonic Knights of old, to obtain by the German sword sod for the German plough and daily bread for the nation." (Mein Kampf pp. 128-129).

PLO Charter 1964:
"The Palestinian people firmly believe in Arab unity, and in order to play its role in realizing this goal, it must, at this stage of its struggle, preserve its Palestinian personality and all its constituents (Article 11) Arab unity and the liberation of Palestine are two complementary goals; each prepares for the attainment of the other. Arab unity leads to the liberation of Palestine, and the liberation of Palestine leads to Arab unity. (Article 12) … the Arab Nation and even the essence of Arab existence are firmly tied to the destiny of the Palestine question. (Article 13)" 


The Nazis rejected Versailes and demanded unification:
"1. Setting aside of the Peace Treaty. 2. Unification of all Germans. ... it was not our Movement [that] sign[ed] the Peace Treaty." p. 57,  Hitler Speeches17/4/1923, .

"...declare to the foreign Powers: 'The Treaty of Versailles is founded on a monstrous lie. We refuse to carry out its terms any longer." p. 75, Hitler Speeches, 1/8/1923.

The Arab Muslim (Palestinians) reject UN establishment of Israel and of Balfour and demand unification:
“The partitioning of Palestine, which took place in 1947, and the establishment of Israel are illegal and null and void, regardless of the loss of time, because they were contrary to the will of the Palestinian people and its natural right to its homeland, and were in violation of the basic principles embodied in the Charter of the United Nations, foremost among which is the right to self-determination.”  Article 17, PLO Charter 1964 

“The Balfour Declaration, the Palestine Mandate System, and all that has been based on them are considered null and void. The claims of historic and spiritual ties between Jews and Palestine are not in agreement with the facts of history” Article 18, PLO Charter 1964

“The Balfour Declaration, the Mandate for Palestine, and everything that has been based upon them, are deemed null and void. Claims of historical or religious ties of Jews with Palestine are incompatible with the facts of history”  Article 20, PLO Charter 1968 

Hitler declared that Zionism exists for the purpose of creating a state in Palestine. Nazi Arab-language broadcasts during the war repeated this claim adding that WW2 was a Jewish war waged specifically to create a Jewish state. This was repeated by al Husseini in 1954. It is repeated in both PLO Charters and in the Hamas Covenant of 1988. The concept of “Zionism as colonialism” was taken up by the pseudo-philosopher and pseudo-historian who fudged history, motivated by his own personal bitterness, Edward Said.

Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf
"…the Zionists try to make the rest of the world believe that the national consciousness of the Jew finds its satisfaction in the creation of a Palestinian state…[not] for the purpose of living there; all they want is a central organisation for their international world swindle endowed with its own sovereign rights and removed from the intervention of other states…" Mein Kampf, p. 294, Manheim transltion.

Adolf Hitler, speeches
“If the international Jewish financiers in and outside Europe should succeed in plunging the nations once more into a world war, then the result will not be the Bolshevization of the earth, and thus the victory of Jewry, but the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe! ... If this nation [Jews] should once more succeed in inciting the millions which compose the nations into a conflict which is utterly senseless and only serves Jewish interests, then there will be revealed the effectiveness of an enlightenment which has completely routed the Jews of Germany in the space of a few years. The nations are no longer willing to die on the battlefield so that this unstable international race may profiteer from a war or satisfy its Old Testament vengeance." Baynes, Speeches, p. 197,12/9/1938.

Nazi Arab-language radio broadcasts 1
"Throughout the war, Nazi Arabic radio repeated the charge that World War II was a Jewish war whose purpose in the region was to establish a Jewish state in Palestine that would expand into and dominate the entire Arab and Muslim world... They claimed that an Allied victory would be a victory for the Jews, whereas an Axis victory would bring liberation from... 'Jewish' imperialism."  p. 13, Jeffrey Herf, Nazi Propaganda for the Arab World.

Nazi Arab-language radio broadcasts 2
"Partisanship for Arabs in Palestine… was present in these early broadcasts. It remained a central aspect of the Arabic-Language broadcasts throughout the war. In 'England's Betrayal of the Arabs in Palestine' of December 24, 1940, German radio declared that 'from pre-Islamic times' to the outbreak of World War I, Palestine was an 'undivided part of the Arab land. Its inhabitants consisted of pure race of Arabs [reinrassigen Araber].' After 'Islam defeated the Jews' they (the Jews) had no share in the country and finally had to leave it 'to stir up disorder and harm elsewhere in the world.'  The broadcast attacked the Balfour Declaration and its support for establishment of a national home for the Jewish people of Palestine. It described the declaration as being the product of Jewish money and support during World War I."  pp. 48-49, Herf.

al Husseini, war-time sentiments
"…I am fighting the Jews without respite, and this fight includes the fight against the so-called Jewish National Home in Palestine because the Jews want to establish there a central government for their own pernicious purposes, and to undertake a devastating and ruinous expansion at the expense of the government of the world and other peoples." "Appendix F", quoting from the diary of al Husseini, p. 137, The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism, Morse. ISBN 0495289444

al Husseini, 1954
"In Berlin, [Husseini] and his fellow Arab collaborators made no distinction between attacks on Zionism and attacks on Jews in general. In 1954, Husseini wrote that 'our battle' was 'with World Jewery' and its colonialist allies. ... In postwar Cairo, Husseini wrote...: '[the Jews] did whatever they could to lead to its [Germany's] destruction. This is the main reason for Hitler's war against Jews and for his strong antipathy toward them. They brought disaster upon Germany and led to its defeat, although Germany was the most powerful nation, from a military point of view. Germany's revenge against the Jews was harsh, and it annihilated millions of them during the Second World War. In this way, the Jew's aspirations in Palestine and their acts against Germany during the First World War aimed at achieving the Balfour Declaration, became the main reason for the disaster that befell them during the Second World War.'" p. xiv, Herf

The PLO Charter 1
“Zionism is a colonialist movement in its inception, aggressive and expansionist in its goal, racist in its configurations, and fascist in its means and aims. Israel, in its capacity as the spearhead of this destructive movement and as the pillar of colonialism, is a permanent source of tension and turmoil in the Middle East, in particular, and to the international community in general.” Article 19 PLO Charter 1964

The PLO Charter 2
“Zionism is a political movement organically associated with international imperialism ... It is racist and fanatic in its nature, aggressive, expansionist, and colonial in its aims, and fascist in its methods. Israel is the instrument of the Zionist movement, and geographical base for world imperialism placed strategically in the midst of the Arab homeland” Article 22, PLO Charter 1968  

The Hamas Covenant
“[Our] struggle [is] against Zionism. Today it is Palestine, tomorrow it will be one country or another. The Zionist plan is limitless. After Palestine, the Zionists aspire to expand from the Nile to the Euphrates. When they will have digested the region they overtook, they will aspire to further expansion, and so on. Their plan is embodied in the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion", and their present conduct is the best proof of what we are saying.”  Article Thirty-Two, Hamas Covenant 1988

Edward Said took up the claims of al Husseini and Hitler and spun an entire body of writing around them which is swallowed uncritically if not worshipped by the contemporary left. The case against Edward Said is a forthcoming essay.

The entire Palestinian Cause is written using the template created by Nazi Germany. It is a Nazi cause. 

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