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Thursday, March 30, 2017 

Himmler's document to al-Husseini supporting jihad

A letter/document written by the Nazi SS leader Heinrich Himmler to Islamic mufti Haj-Amin al-Husseini has been discovered:
The close ties between Nazi Germany and the Arabs is highlighted in a newly exposed telegram.

A rare document further confirming the close ties between Nazi Germany and the Arab population in the land of Israel, then British-Mandate Palestine, has been exposed by the National Library of Israel (NLI).

On Wednesday, the NLI published a telegram from leading Nazi commander Heinrich Himmler to Jerusalem’s Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini, sending “best wishes in your continued battle” against the “Jewish invaders” until “the great victory.”

In the telegram, written in 1943, Himmler underscores how Nazism is warring against “global Judaism” and, therefore, closely monitoring the battle of “the freedom-seeking Arabs,” especially in Palestine, “against the Jewish invaders.”

“The mutual recognition of the enemy and the shared conflict against it is what creates the strong foundation between Germany and the freedom-seeking Muslims around the world,” he stated.

“In this spirit, I am pleased to congratulate you on the anniversary of the unfortunate Balfour declaration, best wishes in your continued battle until the great victory.”
So here's another form of proof attesting to the close ties between Germany and the ummah. Something the Islamofascists no doubt don't even want anybody to know.

Interestingly enough, the Jerusalem Post's coverage is awkward and adheres to modern mentality of calling al-Husseini's gang "palestinian people" despite how in those days, the Arabs in Israel weren't called that; it was only in the 60s that began happening. It's a disgrace they're doing that, because it has the risk of validating the invalid. Other than that, it's good this information's coming out, as it demonstrates the connections from one fascist ideology to another.

Update: Ruthie Blum notes how what's expressed in the telegram is very similar to what you hear today in the Arabic world.

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