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“The future belongs to the forces of Islam” Major Otto Earnest Remer 1993


German Major Otto Ernst Remer and Ahmed Rami, Radio Islam

“The regimes that are in power in the Arab and Islamic world are like dead bodies. They perished because of their weakness. The future belongs to the forces of Islam

I see no way out of the serious current circumstances other than the setting up of a true Islamic society and of an Islamic state in every muslim country, and the implementation of the political and economic unity of the Islamic states.

Major Otto Earnest Remer, excerpt from interview with Al Shaab 1993

Forward to the Remer’s interview posted on Radio Islam:

Retired Major General Otto Ernst Remer was interviewed by Ahmed Rami, who is the correspondent in Europe of the greatest Islamic newspaper, AL-SHAAB (The People). The interview was published on July 20 and 23, 1993, as a memento of Nasser’s revolution of l952. AL-SHAAB´s editorial office is in Cairo, in Egypt, and its readers live all over the Arab countries and in the Islamic centers of Europe…

The reaction among the people of Egypt and other Arab populations to the publication of this interview peaked in a powerful and unanimous acceptance of Remer’s arguments. Never before have masses of the people embraced a political thesis in such a manner as it happened with General Remer’s statements. ”   —Yasser Kamal (Hg.)


And who is  Otto Remer? A hero to Neo-Nazis everywhere as evidenced by this short documentary (see below) glorifying his role in rescuing Adolf Hitler from an assassination plot, and his military service to the Reich.

“The creation of a strong Arab army,” wrote [Otto] Remer in the Nazi publication Der Weg in June, 1953, “is of immediate and direct concern to Germany’s patriotic forces which are prepared to offer the services of its best men.”  (

According to some of his admirers, “Remer played a leading role in the formation of the postwar “Socialist Reich Party,” which, after winning 16 seats in a state parliament, was banned in 1952. Remer than lived in exile for several years in Egypt and Syria.”

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