Giulio Meotti's written
about the history of nazis who converted to Islam:
There are Nazi grafts in Arab-Islamic terrorism.
At the top of the most wanted list of the Simon Wiesenthal Center there is a man who today would be one hundred years old. His name is Alois Brunner and he is responsible for the deaths of over 130,000 Jews. The Nazi hunters still place him in Syria, where he was last seen in 2001, protected by the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
Brunner was one of the most zealous ideologues and officials of the “Final Solution”, the plan for the extermination of the Jews. The idea haunted him to the point that in 1985 he said to the German magazine Bunte: “I regret that I didn’t finish the job”.
When the United Arab Republic of Syria was formed, Dr. Brunner took up residence at 7 George Haddad, in the embassy district of Damascus. In 1961, the year that Adolf Eichmann was captured by the Israelis in Buenos Aires, Brunner received a bomb-letter, probably from the Mossad and lost an eye.
Brunner, a personal friend of Hafez el Assad, took part in the construction of Syria's secret services on the model of the Gestapo.
This is telling a lot about how the engineers of national socialism thought. Those who escaped justice sought refuge in Arab/Islamic countries, and even converted to the Religion of Peace, which tells a lot about how much they were raised on hate.
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