“… Baum confirmed that an unspecified number of German neo-Nazis received PLO military training in an Al Fatah camp near Beirut and that this information had been available to West German authorities since the start of 1980. ”
The antisemitic network involves “Young people from Syria and Lebanon who join forces with right-wing extremists [Turkish] Grey Wolves,” according to the interior ministry.
“Turkish supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood traditionally support Hamas, who conducted a missile war against Israel,” noted the interior ministry, adding “Also the right-wing extremist scene (neo-Nazis, NPD, and The Right) showed solidarity with Palestine.”
“We have to paint a more realistic history of the past.”
– John Alembillah Azumah
Arthur Derounian who wrote under the pen name, John Roy Carlson, was an Armenian-American investigative journalist and best-selling author. He became famous for his undercover reporting on the subversive activities of Nazis and Communists in the United States.
In 1948, he traveled by way of England to Egypt where he was granted permission to accompany the Arabs forces as they set off to fight the Jews in the Holy Land, in Palestine. His coverage of the war later became a memoir, Cairo to Damascus. It is a vivid, sometimes thrilling account of his experience that delves deeply into what the Arab world was like at the time and the nature of the Muslim dispute with the Jewish people and the active support Britain was giving to the Arabs to crush the Jews. It covers everything from the Muslim Brotherhood, Arab Nazi Haj Amin Al Husseini (whom he meets), ancient Cairo ghettos and Arab feudalism, British – Nazi – Arab collusion and even the prevalence Arab homosexuality and transgenderism. It’s quite the wild, riveting, mind-blowing read from an informed observer who is neither Jewish nor Arab, yet writes with compassion and understanding for both and a keen grasp of the historical and political context surrounding the conflict.
In a footnote on page 235 (copied below) Carlson addresses the “flight” of the Arab refugees, describing who they were, the real reasons they fled, and their number which, even then, he says, for the purposes of propaganda, was hugely inflated.
“This is what they dream about, killing every Jew there”
“If you show them concessions, they will just attack again…the Jihadist’s mind, is a different mind”
”Jews are garbage,” Alois Brunner said last month when he was interviewed by reporters who found him living in Damascus… As a senior aide to Adolf Eichmann, he sent more than 80,000 of them to the gas chambers during World War II. Following the war, there was a relatively small demand for his sort of expertise–except in the Arab world. Since 1961, Brunner has been a ”security adviser” to the Syrian government. The Brunner case calls attention to the persistent affinity of Arab leaders for Nazi doctrines, rhetoric and tactics. Haj Amin el Husseini, one-time leader of Palestinian nationalism and Yasser Arafat`s mentor, spent World War II in Berlin promoting Hitler`s Jewish policy…
…the Palestine Liberation Organization has trained German neo-Nazis in its Middle East camps, a fact disclosed by one of the trainees, Karl Heinz Hoffman. Indeed, a self-proclaimed British neo-Nazi was one of the PLO gunmen who killed three Israeli tourists in Cyprus in September…
Above and Beyond In 1948, just three years after the liberation of Nazi death camps, a group of Jewish American pilots answered a call for help. In secret and at great personal risk, they smuggled planes out of the U.S., trained behind the Iron Curtain in Czechoslovakia and flew for Israel in its War …
The news of the Arabic village follows on from revelations last year that Islamic State militants had established a stronghold in a picturesque village in mainland Europe where everyone is “ready to respond to the summons to jihad.”
“Investors, mostly from Arab countries, have been building a mass illegal settlement in Bosnia and Herzegovina by ignoring local laws and spatial plans, despite regulations and penalties, the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIN) announced on Tuesday From Sarajevo.”
“If there is any such thing as a Palestinian people, it is I, Yasser Arafat, who created them.” — Yasser Arafat