“And from where does he come? From the nation who’s responsible for the Holocaust, that killed six million of us, a third of our nation”
‘He (Schmidt) never broke his oath to the Fuhrer, Adolf HItler,’ Begin said. ‘He fought on the Eastern Front. I don’t know what he did on the East front.’ Continue reading
2014 may turn out to be the year when Europe’s Jews faced the most sustained attack since the Second World War. Boycotts of Jewish businesses, arson attacks, physical and verbal abuse – all of this is the culmination of a sustained campaign of hatred which began more than forty years ago when a bomb was placed in the Jewish Community Centre in Berlin. The date was 9 November 1969, the anniversary of Kristnallnacht.
The group responsible for the (failed) attack on the Berlin Jewish community was the Tupamaros West-Berlin, a German-Marxist organization, which was trained by Palestinian terrorists in Jordan. A year later, members of the group joined the equally vile Red Army Faction, a violent revolutionary cell that operated in Europe until 1990s.
Mufti: ‘If you expel them, they’ll all come here.’
Hitler: ‘So what should I do with them?’
Mufti: ‘Burn them’.
Arise, o sons of Arabia. Fight for your sacred rights. Slaughter Jews wherever you find them. Their spilled blood pleases Allah, our history and religion. That will save our honor. — Haj Amin Al-Husseini Continue reading