We all know who the Nazi’s were. If you don’t, you are probably a Jersey Shore watching, mouth-breathing moron. Most of us know who the Muslim Brotherhood is, if not, you are probably masturbating to the new Rolling Stone Magazine cover with Dzohkar Tsarnaev on it. Either way, you are clueless idiot and a drain on society.
For those of you that are enlightened and actually got on the internet to learn something useful today, this is for you. Right now, if you don’t already know, you are probably asking, “What is the connection between the Muslim Brotherhood and Hitler and Nazis? What in the world are you talking about, Dan?” Well, I am about to tell you, and there is a lot more history there than people know. Other than the fact that both the Nazi’s and the Muslim Brotherhood hate America and Israel, there is a lot more to their relationship than meets the eye.
By a show of hands, how many here know that the Muslim Brotherhood was founded in 1928 after the fall of the Ottoman Empire? Gotcha! Nevertheless, they were founded in Egypt in 1928 by a 22-year old Muslim man named Hassan al-Banna, who also happened to be a great admirer of Adolf Hitler’s, and who wrote to Hitler regularly expressing an equal hatred for the Jews. One of the main tenants of the Muslim Brotherhood is the domination of the world by Islam as well as the urging of its followers to liberate Palestine and restore Jerusalem.
I do not believe in coincidence, so I will say “interestingly” when describing this next bit of information.
Interestingly enough, the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, or NAZI‘s, was founded just 9 years earlier in Germany. A young Adolf Hitler took power over the Nazi Party in 1921 at the young age of 32. The Nazi Party was well known from its inception for the promotion of German Pride and its Anti-Semitism (hating Jews). The Nazi’s other ambitions were to right the perceived wrongs of the Treaty or Versailles, signed when the German’s surrendered in defeat in WWI, which they felt unfairly burdened Germany with poverty and political instability due to economic depression suffered from having to make reparations for the war. The Nazis other goal was to foster German nationalism in order to cope with shame of having lost a World War.
So, what else did Hitler and al-Banna have in common other than coming to power at very young ages of powerful political groups, a hatred for Jews, a taste for intolerant fascism, and insanity? The answer to that is the root of their hate for the Jews, of course. Both men blamed the Jews for conspiring with the enemies of Germany and the Ottoman Empire (the two main nations and enemies of the allies during WWI), and for the defeat of their respective ideologies and the loss of WWI.
There was third major player in all of this. He was the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and his name was Haj Amin al-Husseini. He started out as an artillery officer for Turkish forces during WWI and was wounded. Later, he was part of the Arab uprising against the Ottoman Empire from 1916-1918. Afterward he became a political activist who was overtly anti-Semitic and active in fighting the Jewish immigration into Palestine (originally Israel, that was restored as the Israeli nation after WWII), and also becoming one of the first modern terrorists, inciting violence of Arabs against Jews. The British rulers of the Palestinian territory pursued al-Husseini, but he escaped to the Trans-Jordan before he could be caught. His older brother was originally the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, but died while al-Husseini was on the run. In a twist of fate, the British rulers appointed al-Husseini as the new Grand Mufti of Jerusalem in his brothers place to stem Arab revolt, even though he was a wanted man. Regardless of this fortunate event for al-Husseini, he still bitterly hated the British and the Jews, aligning him with Adolf Hitler’s Nazis and al-Banna’s Muslim Brotherhood. Arabs and Palestinian’s began to look to al-Husseini for leadership. Mohammed “Haj” Amin al-Husseini and Hassan al-Banna became friends and allies, and both were sought out by the Nazis for help. After falling out of favor with the British again after the assassination of a British official, al-Husseini was deposed, and fled one again. Guess where Haj Amin al-Husseini ended up living? He was a guest of Adolf Hitler’s of course, and lived in Berlin under the protection of the SS from 1941-1945. Mohammed “Haj” Amin al-Husseini later became one of the Muslim Brotherhood’s most well-known leaders.
Hitler, Hassan al-Banna, and Haj Amin al-Husseini decided that they had so many mutual interests that Hitler and al-Husseini should meet and form an alliance before and during WWII. While I cannot ascertain what year the images associated with the attached links were taken in, they are nonetheless important pieces of historical evidence of the connection to between the Nazis, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Haj Amin al-Husseini.
The two agreed to help each other. Hitler’s Nazis and Germany would fund and equip the Muslim Brotherhood, in return the Muslim Brotherhood would set up spy networks for the Nazis throughout the Arabian Peninsula, would assassinate Egyptian officials and any opposition to Germany, and promised to help ambush and kill all British troops when General Rommel and his Panzer Division arrived Egypt. Initially, the Muslim Brotherhood was contacted by Nazi Intelligence and solicited for cooperation between the two groups. Later, after al-Husseini and Hitler met and solidified their alliance, two Waffen SS Handschar Divisions were established that were composed of 20,000 Muslims who volunteered to fight for the Nazis and killed Jews in Croatia and Hungary. The photos attached to this in hyper-link show not only the Grand Mufti and Hitler meeting, but also his inspection of the Waffen SS Handschar Divisions with Heinrich Himmler right behind him, who was the Commander of all Waffen Schutzstaffel Nazi Divisions. (Note- Handschar is German for Scimitar, the curved swords used by Muslims in the Ottoman Empire).
Adolf Hitler allegedly died on April 30th, 1945 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in his Berlin, Germany bunker as the world collapsed around him. Hassan al-Banna was assassinated on February 12, 1949 in Cairo, Egypt. Mohammed “Haj” Amin al-Husseini, however, escaped a French detention camp after WWII and fled to Cairo, Egypt, where he led the Muslim Brotherhood and waged a terrorist war against the Jews until he died in Beirut, Lebanon in 1974.
You can still see the effects of the Fascist Nazi ideology at work today in the Middle East, especially among the Hezbollah and Hamas terrorist organizations. The Muslim Brotherhood was the main Mujahedeen Armies in the fight against the Soviets in Afghanistan. After the war, factions of the Muslim Brotherhood split, one became Al-Qaeda, headed by Osama Bin-Laden.
The sale of Adolf Hitler’s autobiography, Mein Kampf (My Struggle) is the #6 best seller in the Muslim world to this date. These are the same people President Barack Hussein Obama is supporting, funding, and arming in Egypt known as the Muslim Brotherhood. Can it be any more clearer as to what we are facing? What do all of these people have in common? They are fascist enemies of America.
Wake up, Sleeper.