“The connection between Pohl and Abu Daoud was established through a German neo-Nazi who had fought with the Palestinians in Jordan. Abu Daoud, then a 35-year-old teacher from Jerusalem with a boyish face and a thin moustache, later stated that he was indifferent to the political views of the blue-eyed Pohl, and that he had considered people like Pohl to be “very useful for our future.”
In Dortmund, Daoud needed Pohl’s help to buy him several Mercedes sedans, which Pohl did. Daoud was also looking for a professional passport forger, and Pohl introduced him to a friend from prison, Abramowski. The 28-year-old, also a displaced ethnic German from East Prussia, was considered a pro.
Today Pohl is almost certain that he was unknowingly involved in the preparations for the Olympic attack. “I drove Abu Daoud halfway across Germany, and he met with Palestinians in various cities. In Cologne, the PLO official also met with Arabs wearing suits and ties.” Continue reading
The tactical advantage this narrative provided was significant. The victims of Nazi genocide, tiny, remnant populations of Serbs and Jews, would henceforth be recast as militaristic perpetrators of ethnic cleansing against Muslims. Once established, Serbs and Jews could do no right, irrespective of the deadly peril they faced. Each and every military response they took in defense of their national security and civilian populations would be branded as fascist aggression and condemned. Henceforth, each and every attack upon them—no matter how heinous and horrific— was not just discounted, but excused, even commended as justified retaliation.
Henceforth, as Hitler’s loyal bodyguard announced, “only muslims are slaughtered.” Continue reading
“My principle is to try and kill as many Jews as possible” Continue reading
The Forgotten Refugees explores the history and destruction of Middle Eastern Jewish communities, some of which had existed for over 2,500 years. Featuring testimony from Jews who fled Egypt, Libya, Iraq and Yemen, these personal stories of refugees are interspersed with dramatic archival footage, including rescue missions of Yemenite and Iraqi Jews Continue reading
After World War II death camps fell out of favor; the method was necessarily retired. A new means was devised. Exiled German Nazis recognized it immediately: exploiting Islam’s ancient animus towards the Jews. As the world was rebuilding from the war, these German “Patriots”, as they called themselves, and their sympathizers were regrouping, reorganizing, never losing sight of their objectives, and how they could achieve them.
The Holocaust–the Nazi Final Solution– was outsourced, revamped and repackaged. Today the extermination of the Jewish people is carried out under the guise of a Third World “resistance”, under the banner of the Nazi contrived “Palestinian” movement.
Gas chambers have given away to Arab girls and boys with knives, joined by men and women with axes, automobiles and suicide belts.
True. The number of victims, the kill ratio, fell off dramatically after the war (in fairness, one would be hard pressed to compete with the efficiency of Germany’s industrial scale death mills).
But, the extermination of Jews continued.
“Oh Allah, count them one by one and annihilate them down to the very last one.
Do not spare any of them.” — Sheikh Ammar Shahin, Islamic Center of Davis, California, July 21, 2017 Continue reading
Yusuf Ziya Pasha al-Khalidi was for ten years mayor of Jerusalem, where Jews were already the local majority. As a Muslim, an Arab and an Ottoman subject, he wrote (March 1, 1899) a letter opposing Zionism to the chief rabbi of France, Zadok Khan. Yusuf Pasha detailed why he thought Zionism impossible. But at the same time, he validated the Jewish claim to be aboriginal there: “Who can contest the rights of the Jews regarding Palestine? Good Lord, historically it is really your country!”
Back in 2007, a government backed study in the UK found that a number of British schools stopped teaching the history of the Holocaust to avoid “offending” Muslim students. The report found that,
“…some teachers are reluctant to cover the atrocity for fear of upsetting students whose beliefs include Holocaust denial.” — Adara Press
“A London-based human rights organization reported 3,175 cases of human rights violations, including arbitrary detentions, by the PA security forces in the West Bank during 2016. According to the report, hundreds of those detained include university students and lecturers, as well as schoolteachers. During the same year, the PA security forces also detained 27 Palestinian journalists, the report revealed.” –Khaled Abu Toameh, an award-winning journalist, is based in Jerusalem. Continue reading