Thursday, October 29, 2015

The Nazi Roots of Palestinian Nationalism and Islamic Jihad , by David Meir-Levi

The Nazi Roots of Palestinian Nationalism and Islamic Jihad , by David Meir-Levi
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The NAZI Roots of Palestinian Nationalism and Islamic Jihad 


Introduction


On October 28 2005, President George W. Bush used for the first time the term “Islamic fascist” to describe the muslim terrorist groups currently at war with the West.1 he denounced them as movements that have a “violent and political vision”, and call for “the establishment by terrorism, subversion and insurgency, of a totalitarian empire that denies all political and religious freedom.”

These remarks sparked an outburst of condemnation. some of these very same muslim movements to which the President referred, critics pointed out, are self-defined popular resistance movements; movements that present themselves as seeking just and legitimate national self-determination for their oppressed people. how can such fighters, with all the cachet of rebels leading a just and honorable cause, be compared to the Nazis, who began a war that killed 70 million people and put the word “genocide” in the modern vocabulary?

But the President was right. The muslim groups which today threaten the West with terrorism, subversion and insurgency, and which, in their own words, seek to bring about a global totalitarian empire are not only fascist in the broad sociological sense, but can trace their literal historical origins to Nazism and its genocidal ambitions.

The Muslim Brotherhood and the Nazis

The ideology of the Islamists whose ranks today include not only al-Qaeda but also hamas and hezbollah -- originated with egypt’s muslim Brotherhood (al-Ikhwan al-muslimoon) founded in 1928 by sheikh hassan al-Banna.2 And the muslim Brotherhood finds not just its roots, but much of its symbolism, terminology, and political priorities deep within the heart of Nazi fascism......


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http://media0.terrorismawareness.org/files/NaziRoots.pdf