According to Arndt Heinz Marx, associate president (until his arrest in 1984) of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Front in Frankfurt, both Hepp and Marx trained in an El Fatah camp in Lebanon from July 1980 until June 1981 with a group of fifteen German neo-Nazis. “I was a member of El Fatah, a Fedayeen,” said Marx.
“El Fatah and the PLO are fighting for the rights of their people as we are fighting for the German people. The Palestinians and ourselves have the same enemy: International Zionism, the Jews…”31 Continue reading →
According to Arndt Heinz Marx, associate president (until his arrest in 1984) of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Front in Frankfurt, both Hepp and Marx trained in an El Fatah camp in Lebanon from July 1980 until June 1981 with a group of fifteen German neo-Nazis. “I was a member of El Fatah, a Fedayeen,” said Marx. “El Fatah and the PLO are fighting for the rights of their people as we are fighting for the German people. The Palestinians and ourselves have the same enemy: International Zionism, the Jews…”31
Marx added that guerillas training Lebanon were not intending to attack Israel directly, but were preparing “for combat in Europe.” Continue reading →
Throughout his life, Rustin remained a champion of Israel who manifested ultimate faith in Israel’s democracy. He expressed great antipathy for Arab governments and for the PLO, which, he said, used Israel as a facile excuse to divert the attention of the Arab masses away from their own treachery and political failures: “Marx once said that religion is the opiate of the masses. In the Middle East, Israel is the opiate of the Arabs.”
Rustin characterized anti-Semitism as “history’s oldest and most shameful witch hunt,” and he was particularly disturbed by black anti-Semitism, which he publicly acknowledged: “We cannot sweep it under the rug…it is here, it is dangerous, it must be rooted out.” Such statements earned him the enmity of many in the “Black Power” movement, which he bitterly criticized for its anti-Semitism and Israel hatred. He faced vicious accusations from the radical left, who called him an “Uncle Tom” who had been “bought out by Jewish money.” Continue reading →
Despite having sent a team to slaughter 11 Israelis at the Munich Olympics in 1972 in an audacious and sadistic attack — his henchmen castrated one athlete in front of his teammates before killing him — Salameh would soon become an American informant.
“In Beirut’s intelligence circles, the joke was, ‘It pays to live in the same building as American diplomats because the PLO security is so good.’ ” Continue reading →
“We’re no longer asking you to come and help us make a revolution. We’re telling you that the revolution has begun, and the only choice you have to make is which side you’re on.” 37:27 Continue reading →
In Infield’s 1981 biography, Skorzeny: Hitler’s Commando, Infield describes how Skorzeny went to Egypt, where he recruited a staff of former SS officers to mask themselves as converted Muslims and train elite young Mujahideen and the Egyptian Army in terrorist tactics. Infield knew and interviewed Skorzeny, and uncovered a great deal of information relevant to the terrorism we are fighting today.
It was Skorzeny who trained Arab volunteers in guerrilla warfare tactics to use against the British troops stationed in the Suez Canal zone. Palestinian refugees also received commando training, and Skorzeny planned their initial strikes into Israel via the Gaza Strip in 1953-1954.
One of these young Palestinians was Yasser Arafat, who went on to become the leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). The PLO was formed by Palestinian refugees seeking to claim land rights. It was their terrorist arm, Black September, that carried out the horrific kidnapping and murder of eleven Israeli athletes and coaches at the 1972 Olympics in Munich… Continue reading →
“If there is any such thing as a Palestinian people, it is I, Yasser Arafat, who created them.” — Yasser Arafat
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There is no Israeli apartheid, it is a myth promoted by anti-Semites. Yet, check the real apartheid in the Middle East… Continue reading →
“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 →
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.
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