donderdag 17 mei 2012

Arabische nazi's vielen uit de hemel in 1944


Antizionisten wijzen graag op (vermeende) kontakten tussen zionisten en nazi's, en de sporadische kontakten die er waren worden flink aangedikt. In werkelijkheid waren er juist meer kontakten tussen Arabieren en nazi's, en na de oorlog zijn een aantal nazi's naar Syrië en Egypte gevlucht. Bekend is dat een van de belangrijkste Palestijnse leiders, mufti Haj Amin Al Husseini, een fervent nazi was, maar de connectie gaat veel verder dan Husseini en het moslim leger dat hij in het voormalige Joegoslavië opzette. 


Uit onderstaande berichten (klik erop voor een grotere weergave) blijkt dat de nazi's en hun Arabische collaborateurs op een flinke steun onder de Palestijnse bevolking konden rekenen. 




Saga of two Nazi Arab paratroopers 


In October, 1944, at least six Nazis parachuted into an area near Jericho, presumably to sabotage British interests in Palestine. Each team of three Nazis included one Arab who was involved in the 1936 Arab riots against Jews and subsequently went to Iraq and then Germany where they joined the Nazis.

One team was captured a week after they landed:

Details of the operations were not publicized until after the war. The captured Arab, Zul Kifel Abdul Latif, tried to contact the Arab leaders in Jericho to support his mission.

To their credit, they didn't want to help him.

Of course, they didn't report him to the British, either.

The other team managed to evade capture. Since it is known that Latif tried to get protection from local Arabs, it is reasonable to assume that the other team actually was protected for the duration of the mission, and possibly the war. Its leader is identified here as Sheikh Hassan Salameh, a notorious terrorist leader and ally of the Mufti during the riots from 1936-39.

After the war, the Arabs started appealing for the Nazi Arab Abdul Latif to be freed from prison.

When the British refused to release the war criminal, the Arabs decided to do it themselves. They attacked the prison he was in and got him out, under the watchful eyes of the British.

I don't know what happened to Abdul Latif after that.

Meanwhile, the other Nazi Arab who evaded capture resurfaced as a leader of an Arab gang in Jaffa, again associated with the Mufti:

Sheikh Hassan Salameh is known to have fought against the Jews in 1948 with German Nazi recruits to the Arab cause. (Salameh died in June, 1948 in a battle for Ramallah.)

(His son, Ali Hassan Salameh, was chief of operations for Black September, the terrorist group responsible for the Munich massacre, and was assassinated by the Mossad in 1979.)

So here we have:

Arab connections to Nazis,
Arab terrorists who become national heroes, and
Arabs helping convicted terrorists escape from prison.

Once again, we ignore history at our own peril.

A small footnote: The Zionists also on at least one occasion freed a prisoner during the 1948 war. Here is a case where they freed an Egyptian sheikh who was imprisoned for the horrendous crime of advocating Arabs living in peace with Jews.


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