As we attempt to understand the origins of the Islamic terror in recent years which culminated in the attacks on the United States on 9/11, we must examine how the radical anti-Semitic ideologies of Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran, the Palestinian Covenant, and al-Qaeda began. Here we will find the untold story of the lethal and symbiotic link between radical Islamism and Nazism, which began in the 1930’s during the Nazi annual rallies in Nuremberg attended by senior Arab political leaders.

The Roots of primal hatred of Israel

In direct opposition of established opinion that the 9/11 attack brought about greater understanding of Israel's problems and raised international awareness of terrorism, it seems that 9/11 fostered a tsunami of Anti-Semitism, leading to the current efforts to demonize and de-legitimize Israel. All of this hatred culminating in the 2004 Durban conference held in South Africa. The second Lebanon War in 2006 and Operation Caste Lead in 2008 became litmus test cases in which an entirely false narrative of the conflict became widely accepted as an unchallengeable fact in which Israel is singled out and denied the basic right to defend herself against Islamic terror and the worldwide effort to demonize and de-legitimize her very existence.

The current epidemic of primal hatred of Israel stems from the link between Nazism and Islam that was established in the 1930s, and not from the foundations of early Islam. For example, in a Nazi directive of 1943: "The extermination of Jewry throughout the world is the precondition for an enduring peace". Such a statement is remarkably similar, if not identical, to the hated leader of Iran, Ahmadinejad who proclaims at every opportunity "the Zionist regime will be wiped out and humanity liberated".  The common thread unifying the desire for the total destruction of Jews is shared by Islamist terror and Auschwitz, hence the validity of the term Islamo-Nazism. It is not a coincidence that both German Nazism and modern Islamism arose in the 1920s.  Nazi’s spoke of redemptive anti-Semitism, namely a form of anti-Semitism that explains all in the world and offer a form of “redemption” by exterminating the Jews. Modern radical Islamism provides the same rational for murdering Jews and Israeli’s in particular. Palestinian Authority broadcasts daily programs to children and adults on TV glorifying suicide bombers, hanging their pictures on light posts in major Arab Palestinian cities and promising heaven for those who murder Jews.

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini in Mandatory Palestine played the leading roles in inculcating the spirit of Nazism into Muslim consciousness. Nazis found refuge after the end of World War II and continued their activities in exile-in the Arab world, mainly Egypt. Academicians throughout the world are aware of the Islamist-Nazi connection knowing the historical consequences of ‘redemptive anti-Semitism’.  Yet, rather than exposing this indisputable historical fact, they lend their support to organizations claiming that Israel is conducting a Holocaust against the Palestinian Arabs. The fact that since 9/11, Jew-hatred has reached truly epidemic proportions in the Islamic world has been also been downplayed or ignored" by academicians, politicians, and opinion makers in the media.

Since the Oslo accords of 1993, Israelis have been subject to a type of thought control that has eliminated confronting inconvenient information about the Mufti and Palestinian admiration of Nazism, along with the later links of the PLO and its leaders with the Soviet Union and its methods of subversion. Nor has much been mentioned about Abu Mazen, the unelected President of the Arab Palestinian Authority;In 1972, Abu Mazen was responsible for raising the funds, required for the Munich Massacre of 11 Israeli athletes. He acquired much of his subversive skills at the KGB headquarters in Moscow, where he received (at Moscow University) his Ph.D. on Holocaust Denial. No Western society would tolerate a holocaust denier holding a prominent position, but Abu Mazen has been accorded respect and is welcomed in all major capitals of the world. Abu Mazen represents the indisputable connecton between spirit of Nazism and its central role in Muslim consciousness.

Arab Palestinian Anti-Semitism has long been recognized as the Arab worlds prominent vehicle for the hatred of the Jews. From academics teaching that Judaism permits murder and rape of non-Jews, to religious leaders teaching that Islam demands the extermination of Jews, Palestinian Anti-Semitism is a compelling force driving hatred and terror. The Palestinian Authority depicts Jews as the archetypal force of evil throughout history. Jews are said to be responsible for all the world's problems: wars, financial crises, even the spreading of AIDS. Jews are a danger to humanity. Whereas this paradigm has been used before by Nazis, the Palestinians take it a step further, turning demonization of Jews into the basis for Palestinian denial of Israel's right to exist and a central component of Palestinian national identity. The Anti-Semitic oppression, persecution and expulsions suffered by Jews throughout history are presented as the legitimate self-defense responses of the nations of the world.

Arab Palestinians in ways similar to the Nazis in the past have created a false and deceptive reality that will sooner than later crumble and implode. Only this past week we have witnessed how quickly an Arab leader in Tunisia had to flee from his own people due to the eruption of rage and hatred by the Arab mobs. The true narrative of the Middle East is that No Arab state genuinely respects human rights. No Arab state hosts a responsible media. No Arab society fully respects the rights of women or minorities, and no Arab government has ever accepted public responsibility for its own shortcomings. Blame has become the opium of the Arabs, and the greatest blame for their failures is that directed at  Israel. So is born the obsessive campaign to demonize and de-legitimize Israel, the home of the Jewish nation.

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