Muslims flying the Nazi flag in Israel prove they no longer feel the need to hide their genocidal tendencies

screenshot_562It’s no secret (except in leftist circles) that thousands of Muslims fought on the side of the Nazis in WWII and shared Hitler’s goal of exterminating all the Jews. But it was still a shock to see the Nazi flag flying high over a mosque in Beit Omar, a Palestinian village outside of Hebron in the Arab-occupied area of Judea.

The Blaze  Thousands of residents of Jewish communities near Hebron and Bethlehem in Judea drive to and from work on the road from which the flag was visible.


The Tazpit News Agency, which photographed the flying Nazi flag, reports residents “were astounded” to see the symbol under which millions of Jews were massacred during World War II now being prominently displayed by residents of a Palestinian town.

Uri Arnon, who saw the flag, told Tazpit News Agency: “I felt we were going back 75 years, losing our hold on the land. The Arabs no longer feel the need to hide their murderous tendencies, announcing out loud that they wish to destroy us.”


Aryeh Savir of the Tazpit News Agency tells TheBlaze, “The IDF’s [Israel Defense Forces] Coordination Office of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) latest response is that they are waiting for members of the Palestinian electricity company to come in and remove it because it is on power lines.”

Beit Omar, also known as Beit Ummar, is located in a part of the West Bank known as Area B in which the Palestinian Authority runs the day-to-day civilian affairs, while the IDF is responsible for military and national security related issues.

There has been a history of Nazi sympathies among some Palestinians. Most notoriously, the Palestinian leader Haj Amin al Husseini who served as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem during the 1920s and 1930s, was an outspoken Nazi collaborator and even met with Adolf Hitler. He also recruited Muslims to serve in the SS. This famous photo with Hitler was taken in 1941.

Haj Amin Al Husseini and Adolf Hitler in 1941
Haj Amin Al Husseini and Adolf Hitler in 1941