“Dear Comrades, The friendship between Muslims and Germans has become much stronger, because National Socialism is in many respects parallel to Islamic philosophy.” The Mufti of Jerusalem addressing his Muslim Nazi troops
On December 11, 2012, the German-French channel Arte released this revealing and stunning 53-minute NDR documentary by director Heinrich Billstein titled, “Turban and Swastika – The Grand Mufti and the Nazis”.
The former Mufti of Jerusalem Mohammed Amin al-Husseini – today a controversial figure of the Islamic world – was in the 1920s to 1940s a significant political and religious authority of the Palestinians,” it says in the announcement of the transmitter:
“His anti-Semitism made him openly collaborate with the National Socialists from 1937. Al-Husseini lived in Berlin at the beginning of the 1940s and supported the Nazis with his influence, which he enjoyed as the religious leader of Arab Muslims and as their political leader.”
“In the Arab world he was considered a legend during his lifetime, he was revered and admired by his compatriots, despised and opposed by his enemies For 16 years, Al-Husseini was the religious leader of Arab Muslims for 30 years A political leader and long-time political representative of the Arab world, pursued by the British during the Second World War, Al-Husseini made an adventurous escape to Germany, living in Berlin from 1941 to 1945 and closely associated with state power He supported the criminal system ideologically and politically and unscrupulously defended it. The relationship between the Mufti and the Nazis is as striking as it is frightening, and a history of the Third Reich still unknown today. “
German Jew-hating Nazis collaborating with Jew-hating Muslims is something Germany is going to great lengths to erase from their history. The German government even arrested, harassed, intimidated and tried bankrupting German journalist, Michael Stürzenberger who reported on this troubling historical alliance.
In August 2017, Mr. Stürzenberger was convicted and sentenced to six months in prison for posting a photo of a Nazi official and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem on his Facebook page. This photo was not a photo-shopped or digitally altered. It was a simple historical artifact from World War II.
The prosecution accused Stürzenberger of “inciting hatred towards Islam” and “denigrating Islam” by publishing the factual photograph. The court found Stürzenberger guilty of “disseminating the propaganda of anti-constitutional organizations”. While the alliance between al-Husseini and German Nazis is an undisputed historical fact, this politically incorrect history is now being rewritten by German courts.
Stürzenberger fought tirelessly and at great cost appealing the verdict and this Orwellian conviction was overturned by a higher court.
This was a recent interview Mr. Stürzenberger did with now, RAIR Foundation USA corespondent in July 2019 discussing his conviction and fight for freedom in Germany.
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