Apr 7 2010
“The Jews do not understand the language of gentleness or humanity; The only way to deal with them is through confrontation – the way Hitler dealt with them.”
In a March 8, 2010 article in the Kuwaiti paper Al-Watan, journalist Dr. ‘Issam ‘Abd Al-Latif Al-Fulaij wrote that the Jews understand nothing but force and are ungrateful toward those who try to help them, as evident from their treatment of Adolf Eichmann during his trial. Ostensibly quoting Eichmann, he wrote that one day an Arab Hitler would rise up and exterminate the Jews for good.
“The only way to deal with [the Jews] is through power and confrontation. The Jews will remain Jews even if you bathe and wash them in soap and water. They do not change, neither [in] thought nor [in] faith, and they will in no circumstances be satisfied with any [non-Jew], even if he joins their ranks. The presidents of the U.S., Russia, and [other] European [countries] are living examples for us: throughout modern history, not one of them has succeeded in standing up to [the Jews] or implementing his agenda against them.
“After the Palestinian Authority surrendered to the Zionist entity, and gave in to it day after day… the Jews turned their backs on ‘Abbas and his cohort, and continued to violate pacts and agreements – for example by building new settlements, by appropriating the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb as [sites of] Jewish heritage, and [by implementing] the plan for destroying the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which they commenced last Friday, [when] they barged into it without any prior [notice], cleared out all the worshippers, lobbed tear gas grenades, fired rubber bullets and live rounds, and arrested hundreds of people who resisted them.
Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Amin Al Husseini had plans for construction of a concentration camp in Nablus (Palestine) to implement the “final solution” to exterminate the Jews there as an extension of Hitler’s plan in death camps like Aushwitz.
“The Arab and Islamic states’ reaction to the incident was routine and cool. The Palestinian Authority [merely] issued a condemnation… The Jews do not understand the language of gentleness or humanity. The only way to deal with them is through confrontation, power, and violence – the way Hitler dealt with them. There is no use in doing them a favor. They do not recognize favors.”
“We [should] learn from the experience of Adolf Eichmann… [Who] tried to help the Jews.” The same Eichmann who is quoted as saying, “One day an Arab Hitler would rise up and exterminate the Jews for good.”
“We [should] learn from the experience of Adolf Eichmann, [who was] head of the Department for Jewish Affairs in the Gestapo and top commander of Auschwitz [sic], the biggest [concentration] camp for Jews. Eichmann tried to help the Jews during Hitler’s mass murders of them, and worked to smuggle out thousands in order to save them from death. At the Nuremburg Trials of the German war criminals, he was among the accused, but escaped with the help of the Jewish millionaire [Rudolf] Kastner, who knew he had helped Jews.
The Mufti’s “hatred of Jews…was fathomless, and he gave full vent to it during his period of activity alongside the Nazis (October 1941-May 1945). His speeches on Berlin radio were anti-Semitic to the core: “Kill the Jews wherever you find them- this pleases God, history and religion.”
“Despite this, the Mossad brought him to Israel from Argentina, where he settled after changing his identity. During his trial [in Israel], Eichmann justified himself on the grounds that he had been carrying out Hitler’s orders, and mentioned that he had helped smuggle out hundreds of Jews. He pointed to the Jewish millionaire Kastner standing by his side as proof of this. His argument was rejected, and he was informed that he would be put to death. At that point he announced that he [was willing] to convert to Judaism, and even to announce this to the media and to confess to what had happened during Hitler’s era.
March 1 1944 Amin Al-Husseini makes speech from Berlin addressing Muslim SS Nazi troops: “Kill the Jews wherever you find them. This pleases God History and Religion this saves your honor God is with you.
“Eichmann stood before the cameras in a military posture and said: ‘…The fact that cuts me to the heart is that I helped to save you [Jews] from Hitler’s crematoria and dealt with you humanely, while you dogs showed me the greatest villainy. The soil of Palestine is not your heritage or your land. You are no more than a gang of terrorists, murderers, and suckers of the blood of the nations. Nothing suits you better than to burn in Hitler’s crematoria, so that the Earth will be liberated from your wickedness and your corruption, and so that the Universe will be blessed in being purged of your abominations.
Heinrich Himmler Head of SS and close colleague of Amin Al-Husseini, financed and established Islamic Institute (‘Islamische Zentralinstitut’) in Dresden under the Mufti. The purpose was to create a generation of Islamic leaders that would continue to use Islam as a carrier for Nazi ideology into the 21st century.
The day will come when an Arab Hitler will rise up against you who will utterly exterminate you and burn you in the oil[-fueled] crematoria, you dogs. [In fact,] it hurts me to compare you to dogs, since dogs are loyal, while you are not. But your conduct is characterized by bestiality and the impurity of dogs. [Continue] your crimes in Palestine as you please, until the day when you [are forced to] flee. Then your screams will rise to high heaven, and you will taste the flavor of final surrender which you don’t believe awaits you. Then the fate of wandering dogs will be better than your fate.’
Grand Mufti Amin Al Husseini becomes close friend of Heinrich Himmler, Head of SS (Nazi Officers). Amin Al-Husseini is given a private tour of Aushwitz death camp by Himmler, where he insists on seeing first-hand the murder of Europe’s Jews. 1943, Amin Al-Husseini Visits Nazi Death Camp Aushwitz with Head of SS Heinrich Himmler.
“Obviously, after [Eichmann’s] shocking words, the Jews were enraged and hanged him, burned [his corpse] in an oven built specifically for this purpose, ground up his bones, put [his ashes] in an iron box and cast it into the sea.
“Was the message [regarding the Jews’ character] understood?“ MEMRI