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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

GERMANY'S WAR AGAINST THE JEWS CONTINUES - Germany has sold chemical weapons to Israel's enemies, such as Syria and Iran, while funding Palestinian terrorists - Germany has contracted out those people for the destruction of Israel

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  • One of the most pervasive cultural myths created after World War II was that of German guilt for the Holocaust.   
  • Several factors contributed to that myth.  Among them was the American presence in Europe at a moment when Germany was on its knees, its cities razed by bombings, its economy and infrastructure in ruins.  
  • Germans tried to present themselves to the American victors as decent human beings who never knew the extent of the genocide, and had privately objected to Nazi atrocities against the Jews.    
  • Germans desperately needed American aid and good will, and the Americans tried to justify their help as morally valid because the formerly genocidal Germans were now contrite and eager to rehabilitate themselves in the international community. 
  • And so the victor and the vanquished began to weave this myth of German shame and guilt over the Holocaust.  
  • The truth is that Germans never felt guilt for the millions of Jews enslaved, tortured, and murdered by their government.  Proof is how they refused to prosecute Nazi war criminals.  They gave them jobs, pensions, and freedom to enjoy the rest of their lives.
  • Instead of guilt, Germans felt shame at being caught perpetrating genocide, and profound regret at having lost the war.   
  • As signs of Germany's military defeat were clear all around them,  the Nazis tried to erase physical evidence of mass graves and gas chambers.   They did not succeed, and when the Allied armies liberated the camps, the evidence of the horrors inflicted by the Nazis became known all over the world. 
  • While the Allied troops' shock and disgust were genuine, the governments of the USA and Britain had been complicit with the Holocaust all along. 
  • The American and British governments repeatedly ignored pleas to bomb the railway tracks leading to death camps, gas chambers and crematoria.  The Allies did not want to save Jews.  They figured that post-war Europe was going to be hard enough to manage with millions of displaced non-Jews then working as slave laborers for the Nazis, and those who had been bombed out of their homes.   
  • The Allies did not want to deal with millions of Jewish survivors who would require food, lodging, and resettlement somewhere.  The secret plan to let them die was witnessed in private conversations among top British government leaders and later quietly reported.  This is a subject avoided by historians focusing on the heroic nature of the British struggle.   
  • One place the British certainly did not want Jews was Israel - or Palestine - as it had been called under the Ottoman occupation.   
  • In fact, many of the Jews who managed to survive the Holocaust were imprisoned for months, and even years, by the British in concentration camps to prevent them from going to Palestine.  Both the British and the Americans were more interested in appeasing the Arabs than in doing what was morally and legally right.  
  • As soon as Germany was back on its feet it began a generous program of aid for Arabs living on Jewish land.  This German-Muslim alliance was nothing new.  In fact, the Mufti of Jerusalem, the leader of the Palestinian Arabs during World War II, had been a close ally of Hitler.  He lived in Berlin and maintained a steady collaboration with top military Nazis with the aim of exterminating not only all European Jews, but all Middle East Jews as well.  
  • German aid for Palestinian terrorists has been continuous.  After the war it was mostly in terms of money - although several top Nazi criminals escaped to the Middle East with the purpose of training Arabs to fight Jews.   
  • German aid to Arabs includes direct government funding, as well as moral, logistic, and financial support through non-governmental organizations (NGOs) operating in Israel to incite anti-Semitism and subversion among Palestinians.   These NGOs number in the hundreds, and operate under the guise of humanitarian work.    
    Officially, the funding is aimed at “combating poverty, securing food, establishing peace, freedom, democracy and human rights, shaping globalisation in a socially equitable manner, and preserving the environment and natural resources.” In contrast to these stated moral objectives, research reveals that German federal funding is allocated to, amongst others, organizations that promote anti-Israel BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) and “lawfare” campaigns, anti-Zionism, promotion of a “one-state” vision, antisemitism, and violence.
Back in 2015 this blog published an article on how Germany had provided the Syrian government with the ingredients to manufacture poison gas.   
The German government has known since at least 1984 about German companies providing Syria with  ingredients and know-how for the manufacture of poison gas.  Although the victims ended up being the Syrian opposition, everybody knew that the Jews of Israel were the obvious intended target of that German poison gas.  
(I have reproduced the entire article and additional background information further down this page.)

Lately Germany is back in the news with another report of the sale of chemical weapons technology to Iran, a country that threatens Israel with complete obliteration every day.
German guilt over the Holocaust?  Never.  In fact Germans have been contracting out the genocidal Palestinians and Iranians to finish the job Hitler left incomplete.  
Germany Selling Iran Chemical Weapons Tech, and Boosting Anti-Israel Efforts

Also:  US administration officials alarmed over Congressional bid to block Trump's ambassador to Germany

By Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon

 Continue reading this and related material


The Free Beacon first reported that former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was ousted from the administration due in large part to his efforts to walk back a series of demands by Trump that European allies crackdown on Iran's ballistic missile program.

As negotiations continue, administration insiders have cited Germany as a prime roadblock in these discussions.

German officials have declined to go along with a bid to crackdown on Tehran's ballistic missile program, which includes scores of medium-range rockets capable of striking Israel and sparking a regional war.

Recent reports also indicate that Germany is likely selling Iran technology that is being used to help the Syrian regime replenish chemical weapons stocks.

America is failing to exert its diplomatic muscle in Germany as Grenell's nomination languishes in Congress amid fierce opposition by Democrats.
"The Germans have become key facilitators for Iran's dual use material and technology imports," said one Trump administration insider who works closely with the White House on Iran issues. "These are goods that ostensibly look civilian but can be used to help Iran advance its missile and nuclear programs."

"In talks with American negotiators, Germany has made it clear it does not believe Iran's missiles should be subject to a snapback of sanctions waived by the nuclear deal," the source disclosed. "Instead, the Germans say the West should simply keep waiving sanctions and offer to negotiate with Iran on its missile program by offering the regime more economic incentives in exchange for JCPOA-like concessions on missiles."

This has caused a tense diplomatic situation that has been exacerbated by the lack of a U.S. ambassador in Germany, the source said.

"At a time like this, we need a strong-willed, pro-Israel American ambassador in Berlin," said the source. "That man in Rick Grenell.  The sooner he hits the ground, the sooner we start taking it to the Germans for dragging their feet on Iranian missiles."

As the Iran issue takes top billing, Germany has also come under criticism for a series of anti-Israel efforts opposed by the United States.
In the latest kerfuffle, Germany has been
blocking efforts by Israel to join the United Nations Security Council. Israel's presence on the council could send a significant international message and help thwart efforts by Arab nations to delegitimize the Jewish state at Turtle Bay.

There, too, Grenell could have an influence, sources say, referring to his vocal support of the Jewish state and efforts to combat deligitimization efforts.

Germany also has refused to take a tough line on the Iranian-tied terror group Hezbollah, according to recent report.

The German government
is said to be opposed to efforts by the international community to designate Hezbollah as a terror group and crackdown on its rogue activities across the region.


U.S. officials are increasingly alarmed by a congressional block on President Donald Trump's pick to be the next ambassador to Germany, a holdup that comes as Berlin pursues a host of anti-Israel measures and is growing closer to Iran, according to multiple administration insiders who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.

As Democrats in Congress continue to hold the nomination of Richard Grenell, a veteran Republican diplomat who was tapped by Trump to serve as the next U.S. ambassador to Germany, the post remains vacant, sparking concerns the United States is ceding leverage amid sensitive discussions regarding the future of the landmark Iran nuclear deal.

The vacancy also has left the United States with little voice to combat a series of anti-Israel efforts being pursued by the German government.
Trump administration insiders are becoming increasingly fed-up with the block on Grenell, telling the Free Beacon that U.S. diplomats currently helming the post have been bungling critical national security priorities, including the Iran portfolio and recent efforts by Germany to sell Tehran sensitive equipment used by the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria to produce chemical weapons.

"The current leader of the embassy is not an ambassador," said one senior U.S. official with direct knowledge of the situation, referring to Kent Logsdon, a former Obama administration official who is serving as the chargé d'affaires ad interim in Berlin.

"He is perfectly nice and steeped in the State Department culture, but irrelevant to serious policy makers," the official said. "He oversees a team that promotes a normalized relationship with Iran and has promoted anti-Trump speakers throughout Germany."

Grenell's absence on the international stage has only become more noticeable in recent months, as the Trump administration pursues a last minute diplomatic effort to strengthen the Iran deal or scrap it by May, sources said.

As the diplomatic battle continues, the United States has had little to no voice in the discussion, sources say, again citing Grenell's holdup.

Richard Goldberg, a former senior Senate aide and current senior adviser at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, described the block on Grenell as disastrous for U.S. national security and foreign policy.

"The number of bilateral issues facing the United States and Germany are mounting by the day," Goldberg said. "We need a thoughtful, strong-willed, confirmed ambassador in place as soon as possible.  On issues like trade, the Iran nuclear deal and Russia sanctions, the stakes are too high to drag this out any longer.  Leader [Mitch] McConnell should consider filing for cloture at the end of the week if the hold isn't lifted."


Adam Kredo is senior writer reporting on national security and foreign policy matters for the Washington Free Beacon. An award-winning political reporter who has broken news from across the globe, Kredo’s work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Weekly Standard, Commentary Magazine, the Drudge Report, and the Jerusalem Post, among many others.
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Saturday, January 24, 2015


THE WEST HAS CONTRACTED OUT MUSLIMS for the destruction of Israel and the Jews, giving them aid and selling them weapons - Now the US is facilitating IRAN's acquisition of nuclear weapons

As you read this article, please keep in mind that there is a larger picture here, beyond a few German companies with good connections to government selling poison gas to an Arab tyrant. 
And part of that larger picture is not only the Holocaust but the ongoing support provided by the West to Arab countries and terrorist groups (such as Fatah and Hamas in Israel and Gaza), whose goal is the weakening and eventual destruction of the State of Israel.

Main points, followed by Spiegel's article:

  • For almost a year and a half Chancellor Merkel has sat on a list of German companies involved in supplying poison gas ingredients to Syria.

  • The list was gathered by a reputable international organization, winner of a Nobel Prize.

  • Merkel says the list is classified information, and has done nothing.

  • But the German government has known since at least 1984 about German companies providing Syria with  ingredients and know-how for the manufacture of poison gas. 

  • Although the following article refers to victims within Syria, the Jews of Israel were the obvious intended target. 

  • The German government was apprised by Israel and the US of this German sale of ingredients for WMDs to Syria many decades ago, and by its own intelligence agency in 1984.

  • Apparently successive German governments have placed business above ethics in their refusal to act against these practices.

  • But there is a larger picture here. 

  • Since the end of World War II, since Hitler failed to destroy the Jews all the way to Palestine, as was his plan, European and US governments have been arming and supporting Arab governments and terrorist groups whose goal is to finish the job Hitler left undone. 

  • To this day Europe and the US finance and arm the Palestinians, whose only goal is to kill Jews and destroy Israel.

  • The White House also sold $11 billion worth of weapons to Qatar, a country well known for supporting, arming and financing terrorist groups such as ISIS and Hamas.

  • Thus the White House, while pledging support for Israel, is arming Hamas, a terror group aimed at destroying Israel.

  • Although the German companies that were selling poison gas to Syria are located in what was known as West Germany, Communist East Germany too was financing and supporting Arab terrorist groups throughout the Cold War years.

Read the article in full:
Decades of Suspicions:
Did German Companies Aid Syrian Chemical Weapons Program?

By Gunther Latsch, Fidelius Schmid and Klaus Wiegrefe for Spiegel

Chancellor Merkel
SPIEGEL  -  When it comes to war crimes and crimes against humanity, the German government is unyielding -- particularly when it comes to finding excuses for why it should do nothing when it comes to potential German perpetrators.  

For more than 16 months, Chancellor Angela Merkel's government has been in possession of a list containing the names of German companies thought to have helped Syrian dictator Bashar Assad and his father Hafis build up Syria's chemical weapons arsenal over the course of several decades. Ultimately, it became one of the largest such arsenals in the world.

The German government, a coalition between Merkel's conservatives and Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel's center-left Social Democrats (SPD), received the list from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
The OPCW was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2013 for its "extensive efforts to eliminate chemical weapons." Together with experts from the United Nations, the OPCW organized and carried out the destruction of Syrian chemical weapons last year.
German government covering up crimes against humanity as "trade secrets"

Chancellor Merkel and Israeli PM Netanyahu
An unintended shadow places a moustache on Merkel
Berlin immediately classified the list and has since kept it under lock and key. The government says that releasing the names would "significantly impair foreign policy interests and thus the welfare of the Federal Republic of Germany."

It also argues that doing so would be akin to releasing "trade secrets" and as such would violate the German constitution.
It is an astonishing justification when one considers what Assad's German suppliers enabled the dictator to do. Over the years, the Syrians produced and stored poison gas weapons with an explosive power of more than 1,500 megatons.
Among the weapons was the nerve gas sarin, which disrupts neurotransmitters leading to tortuous cramping and suffocation. More than 1,400 people have been killed by poisonous gas during the ongoing civil war in Syria, though it has not been conclusively proven whether the chemical weapons were deployed by the Syrian army or by opposition militias.
Foreign Ministry files make it clear that Berlin had indications that German companies may have been involved in chemical weapons production long before the OPCW delivered its list.
The Institut für Zeitgeschichte (Institute for Contemporary History), which is funded by the government, regularly publishes important documents after the standard 30-year embargo has expired.
Some of the companies involved
The most recently published inventory, stemming from 1984, included a document that the government may have accidentally released. It includes the names of companies suspected of supplying the Syrian chemical weapons program, including the glass producer Schott, laboratory equipment producer Kolb, technology company Heraeus, the former Hoechst subsidiary Riedel-de Haën, pharmaceutical company Merck and the company Gerrit van Delden.
Israeli officials informed the government, which did nothing
The paper is a memo relating to the Dec. 6, 1984 visit of the then-Israeli Ambassador to Germany Yitzhak Ben-Ari to a deputy section head in the German Foreign Ministry.
Ben-Ari presented the Germans with "intelligence service findings" indicating that since the mid-1970s, scientists had been seeking to produce chemical weapons for Syria "disguised as agricultural and medical research."
The ambassador said that the chemistry department of the Centre d'Etudes et des Recherches Scientifiques in Damascus, a research center that received funding from UNESCO, led the top secret program. 
Ben-Ari said that a pilot facility had already been built and that, in 1982, Syria had signed contracts with European companies relating to three production lines. Ben-Ari believed that by 1985, Syria would have the capacity to produce 700 kilograms (1,543 pounds) of sarin -- enough to kill several million people.
Germany promised to investigate, but did nothing
The Foreign Ministry promised to investigate. But the list of participating German companies that the Assad regime turned over to the OPCW 16 months ago, raises doubts as to whether such an investigation ever took place. As part of the destruction of its chemical weapons arsenal, Syria was required to name all of its suppliers.
Normally in such a situation, German agencies or ministries would establish a committee of historians to explore their own histories and air out any dirty laundry they might find.
The Merkel administration, though, has shown zero interest in clearing up this episode of Germany's postwar history.
This deliberate refusal to investigate goes back to several German administrations
The lack of motivation is hardly surprising. The issue is not only that of unscrupulous German companies. Rather, it also exposes the hypocrisy of a number of German chancellors, particularly that of Helmut Kohl, the father of reunification and long-time head of the Christian Democrats, the party currently led by Angela Merkel. Kohl was the chancellor of West Germany in 1983 when the issue of chemical weapons arose.
Three years prior, Iraq had invaded Iran, but was pushed back soon thereafter. The result was that Iraq deployed poison gas almost daily against Iranian troops. By the end of the war in 1988, thousands of Iranians had lost their lives by way of mustard gas or sarin. That same year, Saddam's henchmen deployed gas against Iraqi Kurds.
German government collusion with companies providing WMDs to Syria, knowingly or not
The documents recently released by the Foreign Ministry contain much more information about the construction of chemical weapons production facilities in Iraq than they do about the efforts being undertaken in neighboring Syria.
In both cases, the documents suggest that successive German governments protected companies that -- knowingly or unknowingly -- colluded with mass murderers.
The practice extended from Kohl to Merkel, from Kohl's Economics Minister Otto Graf Lambsdorff to current SPD Economics Minister Gabriel.
Furthermore, those companies named by the Syrian government two years ago as suppliers to its chemical weapons program in documents handed over to the UN/OPCW commission were likely previously active in Iraq.
The company Karl Kolb GmbH & Co. KG, from the town of Dreieich in Hesse, for example.
The US government also knew about it, and reported it to Germany
On Dec. 12, 1984, a representative of the US State Department told the German Embassy in Washington that the company had delivered "chemical research and production equipment for the manufacture of large quantities of nerve gas" to Iraq.
At the time, Saddam Hussein was building the "most modern chemical weapons factory of its time," as an international team of experts pronounced in 2004, though it was disguised as a pesticide factory.
Pilot Plant GmbH, a company that was closely tied with Kolb, delivered a total of four facilities at a total cost of 7.5 million deutsche marks. In the files, only the company name Kolb is mentioned.
American diplomats in Bonn -- which was the capital of West Germany at the time -- frequently pressured the German government to rein in the companies, sometimes even on a daily basis.
They wanted Kohl and Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher to force Kolb to withdraw its technicians and "via pressure on the company prevent Iraq from producing C-weapons."
The Cold War was still underway at the time and West Germany was dependent on its superpower ally.
Furthermore, the connection of "poisonous gas" with "Germany" was one that Bonn wished to avoid: The Nazis, after all, had used hydrocyanic acid manufactured by German chemical companies to murder death-camp inmates during the Holocaust.
Under US pressure, the German government appeared to take action to stop their sales to Syria - with a single memo -  with no results. 
As a result, the chancellor and his deputy took control of the issue, as internal government memos show.
Foreign Ministry diplomats noted that the "minister places high value on a complete investigation" and wants "assurances that nothing more will be delivered."
The file notes that Kohl too saw "grave foreign and security policy aspects" which spoke to the necessity of ensuring that deliveries to Samarra cease. He ordered his staff to "eliminate the problem, whatever it takes."
Astonishingly, however, his order was not followed.
The documents show that Kolb ignored government demands that it cease its involvement in the Samarra project. The company insisted that the equipment delivered by Pilot Plant were only suitable for the manufacture of pesticides. Furthermore, the company argued, it had adhered to all stipulations laid out for such deals, which was true.
Israel threatened to bomb the site in 1984.  The German government concern was with German personnel.
When Israel threatened to bomb Samarra in the summer of 1984, the German government advised all companies to withdraw their personnel, which Kolb did according to diplomat notes. But the company callously sent Polish experts to replace them.
The German government told the US that, sorry, legally could not do anything about this trade
Internally and in talks with the Americans, the German government argued that their hands were tied due to laws governing foreign trade. When it came to Samarra, there was "no legal lever," a Foreign Ministry department head pronounced regretfully.
He was not wrong. The export of pesticide equipment didn't even have to be approved until 1987, despite the fact that such equipment could easily be modified for the production of chemical weapons. Legal proceedings against Kolb and Pilot Plant in the 1990s ended in acquittal due to a loophole in existing penal law, the judge found.
But why did that loophole exist?
Were Kohl and Lambsdorff really caught off guard by the chemical weapons issue? Or was the murky legal situation desired so as to protect German business interests?
Preventing Controls
The Economics Ministry was responsible for export controls -- a ministry that was led by politicians from the business-friendly Free Democratic Party from 1969 to 1998. They believed their job was to do all they could to promote exports and to otherwise stay out of the way. In the Kolb case, Economics Ministry officials did what they could to prevent controls from being applied.
Even the BND - German intelligence agency - was well aware of the issue since at least 1982
Still, even prior to 1984, there was plenty of information available. As early as 1978, a former intelligence official told SPIEGEL, Germany's foreign intelligence service BND had solid evidence regarding Saddam's German helpers.
The official said that you would have to have been naive or unscrupulous to not recognize that Samarra was a chemical weapons facility.
 "There isn't a pesticide factory in the whole world where the equipment is dug into the ground or where the facilities are separated by several kilometers. On top of that, the whole thing was guarded, was located in the middle of the desert and had no infrastructure connections to other chemical industries or to highways. Also suspicious was the fact that all administrative buildings were located on the upwind side. That isn't necessary for a pesticide factory."
But BND reports to the Foreign Ministry about deliveries made by German companies were not desired by top ministry officials.
 "During one of my meetings with a ministry official, he showed me comments made on my report by the minister's office. In green or purple ink, Genscher had written across the first page: 'What business is that of theirs?'"
Formally, Genscher was correct: The BND was not allowed to spy on German companies. But it was an approach that benefitted Saddam Hussein.
The retired BND official recalls that German intelligence also had detailed knowledge of the Syrian chemical weapons program at least since 1982.
His recollections would seem to be supported by a compilation established by the BND listing goods delivered to Syria and handed to the German government last year in connection with the OPCW list.
German companies, for example, provided equipment for the manufacture of methylphosphonyl difluoride, which can be combined with isopropanol for the production of sarin. German intelligence knew about such shipments in 1983. But nothing happened.
A permit requirement turned out to be useless.  There was no German interest in stopping this trade. 
Under American pressure, the German cabinet met in the summer of 1984 to consider the introduction of permit requirements for the export of equipment that could be used in the manufacture of chemical weapons.
In preparation for a meeting on the issue between Kohl, Genscher and Economics Minister Lambsdorff, a ministry official noted that such a step could harm "foreign trade with facilities and chemical equipment, which is of particular importance for the (Federal Republic) of Germany."
Ultimately, a permit requirement was introduced. But, whether intentional or not, it quickly proved to be largely useless.
Heavy government secrecy aimed at protecting this trade
Even today, many years later, the German government's behavior with regards to chemical weapons raises questions.
When Left Party parliamentarian Jan van Aken, a former UN biological weapons inspector, made an official inquiry regarding the OPCW list, he was only allowed to read the government's response in a room in parliament specially designed for reviewing top secret documents.
It is an unusual procedure: In previous, comparable cases, members of the Economic Affairs Committee were informed along with the president of the Bundestag. But parliamentarians still haven't learned the names of the German companies that delivered supplies.
The companies suspected of having been involved have shown little desire to come clean.
Riedel-de Haën was sold to Honeywell in 1995 and management says that they have no documents pertaining to the period before the sale.
Schott und Heraeus likewise said that there are "no records" documenting business deals completed decades in the past. As such, the company said, they were unable to answer questions regarding deliveries to Syria.
Merck insisted that it "neither constructed facilities nor delivered equipment for the construction of chemical facilities." It also noted that isopropanol, which had been mentioned in the Foreign Ministry documents, "was not controlled until 2014." The company presumes that "in the past too all of the required permits were applied for and received."
Kolb had not responded to two SPIEGEL inquiries by the time this article was published.
The companies would seem to have little to fear from a legal perspective
Angela Merkel
In March, ex-biological weapons inspector van Aken filed an official complaint against the companies involved with Germany's chief federal prosecutor "due to assistance in crimes against humanity and war crimes."
Furthermore, the Foreign Ministry passed along the OPCW list, including the names of the companies in question, to the prosecutor's office.

The result has been a few inquiries made with the customs office and with the foreign intelligence agency BND.
But the effort was aimed more at determining whether the statute of limitations had already passed and a formal investigation has not been launched.
The government, meanwhile, has justified its refusal to publicize the list of Assad's suppliers by referencing concerns of "grave consequences" that could extend to "existential threats."
German government concern is with the rights of businesses, not those of their victims, in this case
Furthermore, they say it would be a violation of constitutional guarantees relating to business dealings. The rights of poison gas victims to life are apparently not as important. They are, after all, already dead.



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Communist Germany was a strong supporter of Arab terrorists that targeted Israel.



Now under the guise of pro-Palestinian activism -

The historic alliance of Muslims and Germans
for the destruction of the Jews dates back to the Third Reich

Germany is the leading financial sponsor of genocidal anti-Jewish organizations - many hiding behind pro-Arab humanitarian disguises.

The following article was posted on this blog on September 25, 2014 


EUROPE outsourcing the killing of Jews to the Arabs
Important and relevant points regarding German-Palestinian old ties - whether the Germans were Nazis, Communists, or capitalists.  How anti-Semitism brought them together.

Palestinian Leader al-Husseini in Nazi Germany
Post-war Germany has a long history of financing, arming, and abetting Arab terror groups that kill Jews. 
Communist East Germany did just that, with its open support for Palestinian terrorists. 
And West Germany - in spite of its professed capitalism and democracy - also did its part to help and finance Arabs who terrorized and killed Jews. 
After the German unification those anti-Israel efforts merged as well, and now we have Germany directly funding the Palestinians, and indirectly funding German groups of activists engaged in active vilification of Israel and the Jews.  

That old tradition.  As a matter of fact, the German Nazis and the Palestinian leader at that time worked hand in hand in the design and implementation of the Final Solution. 

This is a page of history that the media, educational institutions, peace activists, and even historians would rather ignore.  But there are a number of books that have addressed this important chapter in Arab and German history.

Al Husseini with Hitler
Haj Amin al-Husseini - Mufti of Jerusalem and Palestinian leader during the 1940s - was very much a part of the Nazi killing machine that destroyed 6 million Jewish lives.  He lived in Berlin during World War II, and was an enthusiastic partner in the design and implementation of the Holocaust, working alongside Hitler and his top cohorts. 
He even created his own Muslim Nazi SS Division, guilty of gruesome crimes in eastern Europe.  He escaped to the Middle East to avoid a trial for war crimes. 
The Mufti with Muslim Nazi SS Division
His post-war disciples, Yassir Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas became Palestinian leaders, infused with genocidal ideology.
Hitler and Nazi ideas are well and alive in the Palestinian territories, with the display of Nazi flags, eulogies to Hitler, and the official Nazi salute during military and political rallies.
These are the borders for the State of Israel that Europe and the White House are demanding - a formula for its destruction. 


Read references at the end of this page.  These are things that do not make it to the mainstream media.  




List of articles on this page,
 followed by references:
  • German taxpayers funding anti-Israel hate
  • Germany sees rising anti-Semitism among Muslims
  • NGO Monitor report: German funding for anti-Israel activism
  • Old habits die hard - Germany has been funding Arab terrorism since the Nazi years
  • Palestinian Arabs:  Nazis then, Nazis now - The facts
  • The Communists too joined the war against Israel, by funding, training and arming Arab terrorists

German taxpayers funding anti-Israel hate

By Vijeta Uniyal

Despite Chancellor Merkel’s recent high-profile call to fight rising anti-Semitism, the German tax payer remains one of the leading sponsors of hate groups targeting Israel and the Jewish people. It's got to stop
A week after Chancellor Angela Merkel reaffirmed her government’s commitment to fight anti-Semitism at a landmark rally in Berlin, a lot needs to be done on the ground to stop the rising tide of anti-Semitism.
German authorities go beyond apathy to outright facilitating anti-Jewish hate activities
At home, German Law enforcement authorities have not only shown apathy and inaction, as in the case of the Muslim Imam in Berlin who called for the extermination of Jews, or against demonstrators in many German cities blaring anti-Semitic slogans. Police have sometimes seemed to go out of their way, allowing demonstrators to use police-megaphones and vehicles to spread the hate – as in Frankfurt and Hagen recently.
Germany is the leading financial sponsor of genocidal anti-Jewish organizations - many hiding behind pro-Arab humanitarian disguises.
Internationally, the German tax payer remains a leading sponsor of NGOs and groups that target Israel and the Jewish people.

According to conservative estimates provided by the watchdog group NGO Monitor, between 2010 and 2014 the German government gave more than €4 million to organizations in Israel and the Palestinian territories that are actively running campaigns to demonize and delegitimize the State of Israel.
Two German political foundations alone, the Rosa Luxembourg Foundation and the Heinrich Boell Foundation, could be funneling more than €2 million worth of taxpayer’s revenue every year to such groups.
According to NGO Monitor, both of these political foundations have shown a lack of transparency in their allocation practices, making it difficult to estimate the actual amount of money going to these groups. The real figures could be even higher.
Not surprisingly, both these foundations also happen to have a long history of supporting anti-Israel campaigns in Germany. 
Kerstin Müller, the Green Party politician who was active in the anti-Israel Boycott-Movement and campaigned for the labelling of Israeli goods coming into the European Union, now heads the Heinrich Boell Foundation office in Tel Aviv.
The Rosa Luxembourg Foundation is affiliated to the far-Left party “Die Linke”, successor of the East German Communist Party (SED). The Luxembourg Foundation regularly organizes events for anti-Israel activists and publishes literature promoting Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) tactics directed against Israel.
The overall figures from Europe and other Western countries are just as staggering.
Between 2011 and 2014 European governments gave over €25 million to Israeli and Palestinian NGOs that are involved in de-legitimization and anti-Israel Boycott campaigns.
Globally, around €100 million are granted annually to NGOs operating from Europe, North America and elsewhere that run anti-Israel campaigns.
Many NGOs receiving funding from Germany are involved in Lawfare campaigns against Israel. Using this so-called Lawfare strategy, these activist groups seek to exploit legal provisions abroad to intimidate the Israeli government and officials with civil lawsuits and investigations.
The main purpose of the exercise is to harass, bully and use courts as platforms for activism, rather than achieving any legal outcome.
The old Nazi hatred shows behind the pro-Arab banners
However, it is even more troubling when German funding goes to groups that are blatantly anti-Semitic. German funds allocated in the name of “development projects” end up with groups that regularly use anti-Semitic themes and imagery in their campaigns. 
This stream of funding coming from German and other European countries is part of a sustained campaign to put pressure on Israel, forcing it into making one-sided concessions.
It is a diplomacy driven by a childish belief that all the conflicts in the Middle East would cease to exist, if only Israel could willingly shrink itself to whatever size Arab nations are willing to allow her -- at a given point in time.
They help fuel Arab hatred instead of peace, and they absolve Arabs from responsibility
However, the geopolitical “arm-twisting” and demonization of Israel comes at a price.
Instead of lifting the level of education or developing the skills of the Palestinian youth, these groups continue to fuel the age old hostilities. And instead of helping impressionable Palestinian youth to think critically about the deficiencies in their own society and strive for real change, these groups present them with easy scapegoats in the form of Israel and the Jewish people.
This hatred of Israel has harmed Palestinian and Arab societies more than it has hurt the Israelis.
It's time to demand accountability - don't just talk against anti-Semitism.  STOP FUNDING IT. 
Today, when German politicians are grappling with the issue of rising anti-Semitism, it would be a good time for them to demand accountability from donor organizations and to take a closer look at the networks in Germany that fund this hate.
Recent anti-sematic riots in Germany are clearly a precursor of things to come. If migration from the Arab counties continues at the current pace, a good measure of this hate could be imported back to Germany, and that too is an issue we cannot ignore.
Author - Vijeta Uniyal is an Indian-born analyst living in Germany
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The disproportionate aid PER CAPITA to Palestinians


Germany Sees Rising Anti-Semitism
 Among Muslims
By Bertrand Benoit - Wall Street Journal
Most Jewish institutions in Germany (such as kindergartens) have long had 24-hour police protection.  But such vigilance, usually intended to stave off neo-Nazis, has taken on fresh urgency amid an upsurge in anti-Semitic acts this year that some authorities and Jewish community leaders blame on Muslims.
This summer, protesters against Israel's offensive in the Gaza Strip unleashed a barrage of abuse, calling Jews "cowardly pigs," "child murderers" and fodder for the gas chambers, according to witnesses and Jewish organizations. On the sidelines, a mob hounded a Jewish couple in Berlin and Jews were beaten in Hamburg and Frankfurt.
Similar incidents were taking place elsewhere in Europe, but in the country that masterminded the Holocaust, they evoked particularly painful memories.
"We haven't heard these things on German streets for 50, 60 years," said Dieter Graumann, president of the Central Council of Jews, sitting in his office on a Frankfurt side street. "The fact that people on German streets are saying Jews should burn, Jews should be slaughtered, Jews should be gassed. It hits a particular nerve for us."
Through education and prevention, but also repression, successive German governments largely succeeded in banning anti-Semitic speech from the public domain. Yet these efforts focused on the far-right; anti-Semitism in Muslim communities was left unchecked, according to community activists and government officials.
"The protests got a lot of attention, but 'Jew' has been used as an insult by young Muslims in schoolyards, on sports grounds, for years," said Ahmad Mansour, an Israeli Arab who has led initiatives against prejudice and radicalization among Muslims in Germany since 2007. "There is a group of people that Germany's fight against anti-Semitism passed by."
Aiman Mazyek, president of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany, said that Islam forbids anti-Semitism, but that some Muslims blur the border between criticism of Israel and hate speech.
"It must be addressed, but community leaders can't do this on their own," he said. "The state must step in, too, as it has done against right-wing anti-Semitism."
In a radio interview two weeks ago, Hans-Georg Maassen, president of Germany's domestic intelligence agency, said "we've always associated anti-Semitism with national socialism [Nazis], the extreme right. We are now realizing that many immigrants who came to Germany harbor anti-Semitic prejudice."
Windows at a newspaper office in Spremberg, Germany, were sprayed with anti-Semitic grafitti this month, reading 'Jews' and 'We'll catch you all.'
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Long-term studies by Bielefeld and Leipzig universities show anti-Semitic prejudice in Germany is less widespread today than it was 10 years ago. Police records of anti-Semitic acts show the same trend.
But starting in 2002, the year of the second intifada,, bouts of violence in the Middle East have coincided with spikes of anti-Semitism here, according to police, fanning fear among Jews.
"If you look back over 30 years, the statistics haven't changed that much," said Daniel Alter, a Berlin rabbi who survived a vicious attack in 2012 and now works with imams on outreach programs. "But anti-Semitism has become more visible, more accepted."
Mr. Alter now wears a cap over his yarmulke. "There are too many places in Berlin where it would be irresponsible to advertise yourself as a Jew," he said.
Esther Mizrahi, director of the Lauder Nitzan Kindergarten in central Berlin, said she doesn't feel comfortable taking her children to the kosher store. A 31-year-old woman from an Orthodox household said Lebanese boys threw a stone through her window last month after arguing with her children over the Gaza conflict.
One obstacle to combating anti-Semitism among Muslims has been reluctance among politicians and the police to stigmatize a community that faces racism itself. Last week, a study by the government's antidiscrimination watchdog showed far more antipathy in Germany against Gypsies and Muslims than against Jews. A mosque was burned in Berlin last month in a suspected arson attack.
Immigration from the former Soviet Union after the Berlin Wall fell saw Germany's Jewish community grow to about 130,000 from 30,000 in the late 1980s. That doesn't count an estimated 10,000 to 15,000 Israelis living here.
The spread of anti-Semitic speech, from online forums to schoolyards, risks sending the community retreating in its shell, said Deidre Berger, director of the American Jewish Committee Berlin Office.
"Frictions with Muslims mean more and more Jewish families are deciding to send their children to Jewish schools," she said. "There's a tendency to seclude. If you can't send your child to the local school, it's a daunting challenge for society."
A year ago, Ms. Merkel said she was ashamed that Jewish institutions still required police protection. Mr. Graumann thinks it will be a long time before the guards become superfluous.
"I wish we no longer needed them," he said. "But that may have to wait until the Messiah comes."
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German funding for political advocacy NGOs
 active in the Arab-Israeli conflict

German government funding for political advocacy NGOs in Israel and the Palestinian Authority is officially dedicated to “combating poverty, securing food, establishing peace, freedom, democracy and human rights, shaping globalisation in a socially equitable manner, and preserving the environment and natural resources.”
However, German government funds are also transferred to organizations that contribute to the growing demonization of Israel and BDS (boycott, divestment, and sanctions) campaigns, in direct contradiction to German foreign policy.
These NGOs oppose peace and negotiations, and promote narratives that reject the legitimacy of a Jewish state. Additionally, in some cases, German funding has been granted to organizations involved in blatant antisemitism.
Millions of euros originating with German taxpayers are provided annually to these NGOs. Direct funding frameworks include the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), and other branches; indirect funding includes church-based aid groups and powerful political foundations associated with German political parties.
NGO grantees include some of the most radical political advocacy NGOs operating in Israel and the Palestinian Authority. The evidence shows that many recipients of German government funding do not have the competence to advance German objectives in the region.
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Old Habits Die Hard:
Germany Funding Palestinian Extremism
by Peter Martino - Gatestone Institute
(This article is from April 2012 but still very relevant today)
Salam Fayyad, the Prime Minister of the Palestinian National Authority [PNA], visited Berlin with several of his ministers. His visit was successful. The Germans, who pride themselves on being one of the largest sponsors of the Palestinian cause, promised almost €100 million ($133 million) in bilateral German aid to the PNA this year.
Germany has a long history of pro-Palestinian activism
going back to the Nazi years
By 1935 the Germans were already subsidizing a wide variety of Palestinian organizations. Berlin was especially generous towards Haj Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. The Germans subsidized the Grand Mufti, who led several anti-Jewish pogroms in the Middle East, to the amount of 75,000 reichsmarks per month.
In 1937, Husseini's friend Adolf Eichmann attempted to visit Palestine, but the British did not allow him in. Four years later, after the Grand Mufti had met German Chancellor Adolf Hitler in Berlin, Eichmann gave Husseini a tour of Auschwitz and showed him the gas chambers. Husseini reacted with great enthusiasm and began planning another Holocaust in Palestine, for which he asked German assistance.
Fortunately, the German defeat in the war prevented the Grand Mufti's plans. The Grand Mufti, who also acted as the religious leader of a Bosnian Muslim SS-division, died in Beirut in 1974, at the age of 77.
Today's Nazi admirers:  Palestinian Arabs
Palestinian university rally - Nazi salute (photo Tom Gross Media)
In a 2002 interview, his relative, Fatah Chairman Yasser Arafat, a grandson of the Mufti's first cousin, praised Husseini as a great Palestinian hero.
In 2006, Arafat's successor, Mahmoud Abbas, the President of the Palestinian National Authority, appointed Muhammad Ahmad Hussein as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.
Three months after Hussein's appointment, the new Grand Mufti stated that suicide bombings against Israelis are "legitimate."
Again, at a recent Fatah meeting in January, he quoted anti-Jewish statements advocating the killing of Jews. His statements were broadcast on Palestinian television. There is widespread admiration for Hitler being spread throughout the Palestinian Authority area, where Mein Kampf is still a bestseller.
The contemporary Grand Mufti of Jerusalem still adheres to the ideas of his infamous predecessor in the 1930s and 40s. The same applies to the Fatah leadership.
"Moderate Peace Partner" Mahmoud Abbas praises the Nazi Grand Mufti
Even though PNA President Mahmoud Abbas is perceived by the Western media as a "moderate," he sang the praises of the genocidal wartime Grand Mufti in a 2010 speech.
He said: "We must … recall the outstanding [early] leadership of the Palestinian people, the Grand Mufti of Palestine, Haj Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, who sponsored the struggle from the beginning, and sponsored the struggle and displacement for the cause and died away from his home."
Al Husseini wanted to cleanse Jerusalem of the Jews.
Mahmoud Abbas, too, denies that Jerusalem is a historic Jewish city. In a recent speech in Doha, Qatar, Abbas questioned the Jewish connection to Jerusalem, saying that the city "has always been and will remain an Arab city."
Unfortunately, old habits also die hard in Germany. Berlin is still one of the major sponsors of Palestinian activism. This is done in three ways: through the European Union, through bilateral government aid, and through political advocacy non-governmental organizations.
Germany pays the Palestinians - who kill Jews
Every year, the European Union pays €400 million in so-called development aid to the PNA. The bulk of this money (as with all EU money) comes from Germany. The EU's financial assistance to the Palestinians dates back to 1971. Since then, the EU has become the largest provider of aid to the Palestinians.
Berlin also funds Abbas's Palestinian National Authority. Last year, the PNA received €72 million in bilateral German aid. This year, the German government has already promised to give up to €93 million.
(In 2012) A delegation including several Palestinian ministers, led by Salam Fayyad, the PNA Prime Minister and a close collaborator of President Abbas, was in Berlin for a meeting of the German-Palestinian Coordination Council.
Germany is the first country to hold such bilateral governmental coordination meetings with the PNA. The Council was set up in 2010 to balance Germany's holding similar regular consultations with Israel. The concept has since been imitated by other European nations.
"Germany is a friend and a partner of your government and of the Palestinian people," German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle told Fayyad, who returned home with the promise of €40 million from the German taxpayers for the Palestinian police force.
"Our aim is a Palestinian state as part of a two-state solution and we support the development of that state not just theoretically, but also practically," Westerwelle said.
Germany gives upgraded diplomatic honors to Palestinian Arabs who kill Jews and who profess their intent to kill many more
Germany has also formally upgraded the Palestinian mission in Berlin to that of an embassy, allowing the Palestinian representative in Germany to call himself an ambassador. In an op-ed piece in the Arab-language newspaper al-Quds, Westerwelle emphasized that Germany had been helping the Palestinian territories "for decades" and that it is "one of the largest benefactors" of the Palestinian state.
Fayyad used the opportunity to criticize what he called "Israeli settlers' violence" against Palestinians, the "excesses of the Israeli security forces" against the 4.5 million Palestinians who live under "occupation," and the "increasing pressure" on Palestinian residents in East Jerusalem.
In late April, Nabil Sha'ath, the Palestinian Minister of Planning, will visit Berlin again to discuss other German development projects in the Palestinian territories. German Development Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul said that with its aid to Palestine the Germans wish to "make a statement."
Germany makes demands on the Jews it failed to kill during the Holocaust
In dealing with Israel, Germany usually demands concessions from Israel towards the Palestinians.
One would expect that, in return for lavishly showering the PNA with funds, Berlin would demand that PNA officials refrain from singing the praises of the former Grand Mufti, stop naming streets and schools after terrorists who have killed Israeli civilians, including children, or ban the sale of Mein Kampf in PNA areas, since the copyright of the text belongs to the Bavarian state government and no permission was granted for a new Arab publication of the infamous book. But no, such demands were not made.
Germany gives generously to anti-Israel "humanitarian" organizations - No questions asked
The German government also provides support via leftist and anarchist Israeli pro-Palestinian NGOs. Most of this money is given through the political foundations of the various German parties, which are subsidized according to the number of seats they hold in the German Parliament, through the Institute for Foreign Relations (IFA), funded by the German Foreign Ministry, through local governments or through church organizations.
The political foundations of the leftist parties, such as the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (Social Democratic Party), the Heinrich Böll Stiftung (Green Party), and the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (Left Party) are particularly active supporters of biased anti-Israeli and pro-Palestinian NGOs. In this way, groups advocating boycotts of Israeli products or international sanctions against the Jewish state are showered with money from German tax payers.
The spirit of Eichmann is very much alive in Berlin today
It is a disgrace that the German authorities allow this to happen. It looks as if Germany, realizing that it has a "good reputation" among Palestinians and Arabs thanks to its Nazi past, is attempting to avoid everything that might harm its pro-Palestinian reputation. In this sense, it is almost as if the spirit of Eichmann is still very much alive in Berlin today.
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  Same genocidal ideology, same symbols, same goals -  

Islamo-Nazism in Palestine,  then and now

  By Dr. Manfred Gesternfeld

During the German occupation of Europe, the main leader of the Palestinian Arabs was the Mufti of Jerusalem, Mohammed Amin Al-Husseini. He saw major parallels between Islam and Nazism.
Al-Husseini identified seven important points of similarity between the two in a lecture to the members of the SS division of Bosnian Muslims which he had helped establish.[1]

The German researcher, Matthias Kuentzel, mentions the mutual common aims of Islam and Nazism in his book in German whose title translates as Jihad and Hatred of Jews,   
  • monotheism, unity of leadership, and the Führer principle
  • notions of obedience and discipline
  • fighting for honor and fighting to die in battle
  • attitude toward community: common interest precedes personal interest
  • valuing motherhood and the prohibition of abortion
  • attitude toward Jews – Islam and National Socialism are close to each other in the battle against Judaism
  • glorification of labor and creation –Islam protects and respects labor in every way[2]

During the Second World War, Al-Husseini planned – once the Germans had conquered Palestine – to establish an Auschwitz-type extermination complex, complete with a crematorium This would be built for the purpose of gassing the Jews from Palestine and Arab countries.[3]

For a long time the leader of the Palestinian Arab “moderates” was Ragheb bey el-Nashashibi, the mayor of Jerusalem. He also came out in favor of the mass murder of Jews. 
After the 1929 riots in Mandate-era Palestine, the non-Jewish French writer, Albert Londres, asked El-Nashashibi, why the Arabs had murdered the old, pious Jews in Hevron and Safed, with whom they had no quarrel.

The mayor answered: “In a war you behave like in a war. You don’t kill whom you want. You kill whom you find. Next time they will all be killed, young and old.”
Later on, Londres spoke again to the mayor and tested him ironically by saying: “You cannot kill all the Jews. There are 150,000 of them.” Nashashibi answered “in a soft voice, ‘Oh no, it’ll take two days.’”[4]
Al-Husseini can be considered the predecessor of Hamas.

For the basics on Hamas’ genocidal intentions, one can find some examples directly from its party program, the Hamas Charter.
Article 7 of this document lays the groundwork for its mass murder ideology when it says that Hamas aspires to:
“the realization of Allah's promise, no matter how long that should take. The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him salvation, has said:  "The Day of Judgement will not come about until Moslems fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say O Moslems, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him. Only the Gharkad tree…would not do that because it is one of the trees of the Jews." [5]
Whoever chooses to follow the more recent genocidal expressions of Hamas can best visit the website of Palestinian Media Watch (PMW).
A recent example of Hamas’ Islamo-Nazism activity is a recorded statement by Hamas Chief of Staff Muhammad Deif, who announced during the Gaza war, "Today you [Israelis] are fighting divine soldiers, who love death for Allah like you love life, and who compete among themselves for Martyrdom like you flee from death.”  

PMW also mentions Hamas TV, that recently broadcast statements from Hamas leader and former Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh. He said, “We love death like our enemies love life! We love Martyrdom, the way in which [Hamas] leaders died."
Hamas TV also broadcast a sermon  repeating the Hamas ideology which claims that according to Islam, it is Muslim destiny to exterminate the Jews. PMW quotes many similar statements calling for the murder of Israelis and Jews.[6]  

Hamas does not hold the Palestinian monopoly for aiming at the genocide of Jews. The calls for mass murder of Jews can be found, be it in smaller numbers, in other Palestinian Arab media. An example of that was in 2000, when Dr. Ahmed Abu Halabiyah, Rector of Advanced Studies at the Islamic University of Gaza spoke on PA TV, the official channel of the Palestinian Authority (PA).
He gave a Friday television sermon and his call was thus part of the governmental, academic, and religious spheres of the PA and Palestinian society.

Halabiyah said, “The Jews are the Jews.... They do not have any moderates or any advocates of peace. They are all liars. They must be butchered and must be killed.... The Jews are like a spring - as long as you step on it with your foot it doesn't move. But if you lift your foot from the spring, it hurts you and punishes you.... It is forbidden to have mercy in your hearts for the Jews in any place and in any land, make war on them anywhere that you find yourself.  Any place that you meet them, kill them.”[7]

Examples of Palestinian genocidal ambitions are unlimited. Many in Europe, including political parties, media and important actors of civil society, who claim to be critical toward Israel, remain silent about these calls for mass murder by the Palestinian Islamo-Nazis. Their silence renders them indirect helpers of these preachers of mass murder. 

[1] Matthias Küntzel, Djihad und Judenhass, (Freiburg: ça ira-Verlag, 2003), 39. [German]
[2] Ibid.
[3] Manfred Gerstenfeld interview with Nadav Shragai, “Libel: Israel Intends to Destroy the Al-Aksa Mosque”, Israel National News, 16 October 2013.

[4] Albert Londres, Le Juif Errant Est Arrivé (Paris: Arléa, 1997), 209. [French]

[7] Itamar Marcus and Barbara Crook, “Kill a Jew – Go to Heaven:  The Perception of the Jew in Palestinian Society”, Jewish Political Studies Review, Vol. 17, Nos. 3 & 4 (Fall 2005), 127.
Dr Manfred Gesternfeld has been a long-term adviser on strategy issues to the boards of several major multinational corporations in Europe and North America.He is board member and former chairman of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and recipient of the LIfetime Achievement Award (2012) of the Journal for the Study of Anti-Semitism.
Photo of Palestinian university students -

Dr Gesternfeld mentions mostly Hamas, but Fatah, the "moderate partners for peace," is just as genocidal in their acts and expressed intentions. 
The two factions differ in methods, not in their ultimate goal of destroying Israel and the Jews.  Fatah has opted for diplomacy and dismantling Israel one "peace" at the time, while Hamas makes no compromises.
Photo: 'Moderate' Palestinians routinely display their beloved Nazi flags. 
Read the Fatah and Hamas charters here  -  No difference between 'moderate' and 'extremist'

'Moderate' Palestinian Authority denies Israel's right to exist - In their own words

More on what Palestinian officials say about Israel and the Jews - in their own words
September 2014  -  Hamas, and Islamic Nazi party -
"Moderate" Fatah brags on Facebook of having murdered eleven thousand Israelis.
Fox News - "Moderate" Fatah, on its official Facebook page boasted of killing thousands of Jews.  In their own words:  
Fatah has killed 11,000 Israelis; Fatah has sacrificed 170,000 Martyrs (Shahids)...; Fatah was the first to carry out operations (i.e., terror attacks) during the first Intifada...

Fatah was the first to fight in the second Intifada (i.e., PA terror campaign 2000-2005)...

Fatah led the Palestinian attack on Israel in the UN... Fatah leads the peaceful popular resistance against Israel... Stop and think before you attack [Fatah]."

Fatah has been led since 2005 by Mahmoud Abbas whose benign international media persona portrays an image of a venerable elder statesman.

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More on the German-Arab collaboration in Jew hatred and Genocide
Video - Nazi Collaborators - The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin el Husseini
44 minutes long 
The Mufti of Jerusalem's conversation with Adolf Hitler
Neo-Nazis helped terrorists in the massacre of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics
Tell Children the Truth - Documentation on the Nazi-Palestinian war against the Jews
The Communist Roots of Palestinian Terror
This is a fascinating in-depth essay on the very active Communist participation in the War against Israel, through arming and indoctrinating Palestinian leaders and terrorists.




The United States too is funding Palestinian terror.  It is all based on the deceiving notion that there are moderate Palestinians.  Not such thing.  They all want the dismantlement of Israel.  The moderates and the more militant Palestinians differ only in the methods to achieve such goal:  Whether by terror or by partitioning Israel one "piece" at the time.
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