Skip to comments.Jamal Husseini: Pinoeering (1946) "comparisons" bet. Zionists & supposedly Nazis - months before justifying the Holocaust. June 1933 - ordered 'Mein Kampf' cooies, 1941 - allied w/ Axis. (mufti's nephew)
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Jamal Husseini: Pinoeering (1946) "comparisons" bet. Zionists & supposedly Nazis - months before justifying the Holocaust. June 1933 - ordered 'Mein Kampf' cooies, 1941 - allied w/ Axis. (mufti's nephew)
"A MARGINAL NOTE",
By Pierre Van Paassen. The Sentinel, 15 June 1933
Mr. Van Paassen's Marginal Notes are written exclusively for the Seven Arts Publications. The noted foreign correspondent is expected in this country sometime in the fall. -- THE EDITOR....Naziism is spreading . Under its own name and under other names it is invading countries...bordering on Germany. Action Francaise, the extremist nationalist movement...
And how about Jerusalem... where Hitlerism is openly admitted in the nationalist Arab press...
I was in Brentanos bookstore the other day in Paris. While waiting for the Order Department I saw ten copies of the French translation of Hitlers Mein Kampf being wrapped up with five copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion and when I casually glanced at the address which was stuck on the package I felt a shudder pass through me for the name on the label was: Jamal Husseini, Jerusalem.
They are going to quote Hitler against the Jews in Eretz Israel ! They are going to invoke the arguments of a "modern statesman" against Chalutzim of the Emek Valley ! They are still thirsting for Jewish blood— these hounds of feudalism—they will invoke the doctrines of Fascism against helpless old men and women.
Let those who feel so secure about the era in Palestine remember 1929, when a whole assembly of Jews danced their joy in Zurich and when the happiest prophecies about the future of Eretz Israel were uttered—ten days before the pogrom !
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Herf, J. (2022). Israel's Moment: International Support for and Opposition to Establishing the Jewish State, 1945–1949. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. pp. 92-3
Jamal Husseini, for example, "organized a pro-Axis fifth column which brought about the Iraqi rebel- lion of 1941.” He was interned by the British in Rhodesia “on account of his pro-Axis activities,"...
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ARAB CALLS BEN-GURION “FAS - CIST” The Sydney Jewish News, 29 March 1946
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"Behind the British Conspiracy", B'nai B'rith Messenger, 12 July 1946.
I met Achmed Shukeiri, chief of the Arab Office, who reiterated in his conversation the words of Goebbels justified the murder of six million Jews of Europe "because Hitler could not have been all wrong," and warned that his side was ready to "play along with Moscow." They always play along, the Husseini-Shukeiri mob. Outside the Young Men's Christian Association building in Jerusalem, where the hearings of the Anglo-American Inquiry Committee were being held at the time, I met Jamal el Husseini; he issued the same warning as Shukeiri (he being Shukeiri's chief) of playing along with Moscow, and reiterated his justification of the mass murder of six million Jews "for Hitler couldn't be all wrong... you have got to see both sides of a question, my man, both sides of a question..." Jamal Husseini saw both sides so well that he joined in igniting, at a time most critical for the Allies, the Iraq coup d'etat to gauleiter the Middle East for Hitler...
Samo, samo. BDS, SJP, etc.
Speaking of hypocritical Arab-Nazis, around the same time in 1946 of justifing the Holocaust, that very Shukeiri accused President Truman of his own flaw...
“I would have thought that this latest declaration was made by one of the great Nazi leaders who had escaped prosecution at Nuremberg.”
Karsh, E. (2010). Palestine Betrayed. United States: Yale University Press. Chapter I. Jews and Arabs in the Holy Land
In August 1932, Abdel Hadi established the Palestinian branch of the pan-Arab Independence Party (Istiqlal), followed shortly afterward by the creation of the Youth Congress, headed by Yaqub Ghussein. Two years later, the Party for National Defense was created as the political arm of the Nashashibis, the second most powerful Palestinian Arab clan and the Husseinis' bitterest enemies, and the latter responded in kind by forming, in March 1935, the Arab Palestinian Party headed by Jamal Husseini. These were followed in the same year by the Reform Party, established by Jerusalem's mayor, Hussein Khalidi, and the National Bloc, created by the Nablus notable Abdel Latif Salah – both of which took a neutral stance in the rivalry between their larger counterparts.
This struggle for political pre-eminence was further radicalized by the Nazi seizure of power in Germany. The long-established paper Karmil pined for the appearance of "an Arab Hitler" who "will awaken the Arabs and rally them behind his leadership so that they will do what needs to be done," while Jamal Husseini invoked one of Hitler's famous refrains in inaugurating his party's youth organization. "when we began our activity we were six, then we became 6,000 and then 60 million," he quoted the German tyrant before urging the gathered youths to emulate the Nazi example by "toughening their bodies and souls so as to be able to defend the nation's honor and rights in time of need."
It was indeed the Husseinis the foremost influence in Palestinian Arab politics, who displayed the greatest enthusiasm for Nazism, going so far as to model their youth organization on the lines of the Hitlerjugend and temporarily naming it "The Nazi Scouts."
Losing no time, the Mufti rushed to the German consul in Jerusalem to tell him that "the Muslims in Palestine and elsewhere were enthusiastic about the new regime in Germany and looked forward to the spread of Fascism throughout the region."
In a foretaste of his actual World War II conduct, he endorsed the Nazi (on) Jewish policy and offered to persuade Muslims worldwide to adopt similar measures.
What does ‘’cooies’’ mean?
Apart from the gibberish headline, what does “Samo samo” mean?
Jamal Huseini in 1948
Two-Hundred and Eighty-Seventh Meeting. Held at Lake Success on Friday, 23 April, 1948, at 3 PM.
"We have never concealed the fact that we began the fighting...
The Arabs did not want to submit to a truce which would have brought shame upon them, as they rather preferred to abandon their homes, their belongings , and everything they possessed in this world, and leave the town."
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