the other side in the life of Adolf Hitler. - Page 4




 
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November 5th, 2010  
Del Boy
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Elsarof
well i know only his name not his history , but u r wrong about something ...Muslim brotherhood created by (Hassan El-bna) and he was Egyptian and that was in 1928 they had no relation with Amin(their website is http://www.ikhwanonline.com you can ask them)+ Do u know wats wahabi means ?
You are quite wrong on this one. Yes, the Muslim Brotherhood originated in Egypt, in Ismalia - in fact I served there in the early 1950,s; preventing them from destroying pipe-lines, and carrying out other activities; I spent a year under canvas within ear-shot of them.
However Amin Al Hussaini from his position of power, was the man who developed it; he became not only the Mufti of Jerusalem but also the Head of the Muslim councils etc throughout the middle east. He was very active in the middle east in 1914 - 22 when all the trouble we see today was started - by him. He orchestrated the slaughter of Hebron Jews and others, who had lived there for thousands of years. He was the top man in such affairs and Osama Bin Laden carries on his mandate.

Before Amin Al Hussaini the Muslims and Jews had lived comfortably together for thousands of years. This man is the culprit for the terrible anti-semitism against the Jews throughout the Middle East - long before land became an issue.
November 5th, 2010  
Elsarof
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Del Boy
You are quite wrong on this one. Yes, the Muslim Brotherhood originated in Egypt, in Ismalia - in fact I served there in the early 1950,s; preventing them from destroying pipe-lines, and carrying out other activities; I spent a year under canvas within ear-shot of them.
However Amin Al Hussaini from his position of power, was the man who developed it; he became not only the Mufti of Jerusalem but also the Head of the Muslim councils etc throughout the middle east. He was very active in the middle east in 1914 - 22 when all the trouble we see today was started - by him. He orchestrated the slaughter of Hebron Jews and others, who had lived there for thousands of years. He was the top man in such affairs and Osama Bin Laden carries on his mandate.

Before Amin Al Hussaini the Muslims and Jews had lived comfortably together for thousands of years. This man is the culprit for the terrible anti-semitism against the Jews throughout the Middle East - long before land became an issue.
well it's obvious u know history better than me ,well i don't support killing jews cuz they r just jews , nope they have the right to live just as us we had many jews living in egypt exactly in alexandria but they left egypt after wat happened in gamal abdel nasser period, anyway if amin planned to kill innocent jews then i must say we egyptians Have been fooled,but if he planned to fight jews soldiers and english who occupied his land then he has the right to do that.

what u think ?
November 5th, 2010  
Del Boy
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Elsarof
well it's obvious u know history better than me ,well i don't support killing jews cuz they r just jews , nope they have the right to live just as us we had many jews living in egypt exactly in alexandria but they left egypt after wat happened in gamal abdel nasser period, anyway if amin planned to kill innocent jews then i must say we egyptians Have been fooled,but if he planned to fight jews soldiers and english who occupied his land then he has the right to do that.

what u think ?



1914-1917



Husseini’s First Taste of Jihad




Allegiance to Ottoman Empire

Amin Al Husseini: Ottoman Empire Officer







Amin Al-Husseini swears allegiance to the Ottoman Empire during the Armenian genocide . He is an officer stationed in Smyrna and participates first-hand in the Armenian genocide. One and a half million Christians are slaughtered under the sword of Islamic Jihad by the Ottoman Army. Allegiance to Ottoman Empire and Islamic world take-over will be echoed by Osama Bin Laden in his post-September 11th declaration



1917


Pan-Islamic Vision Comes to Palestine


Amin Al-Husseini returns to Palestine. He brings with him lessons of genocide and the vision of leading a Pan-Islamic empire, where Jews and Christians are not acceptable.






1920



The Violence Begins





1920/1921. Riots. Amin Al-Husseini becomes lead figure in organizing riots against locals. Amin Al-Husseini begins life-long campaign of inciting hate between Jews and Muslims under British Mandate of Palestine. He begins rule of terror over local Muslim leaders, who denounce him as an ignorant thug.


1921



Grand Mufti Against


The Will of The People












The British, against the local Muslim vote, appoint Amin Al-Husseini as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. Amin Al-Husseini came in a poor fourth place in the vote . The Muslim community rejected his candidacy because he had not received any credible Islamic education. He was neither a Sheikh (religiously accredited leader) nor an Alim (Islamic scholar). He becomes the pre-eminent Arab power in Palestine. His brutality becomes notorious and is rejected by local Muslim leadership.





1922



Head of Supreme Muslim Council





Amin Al-Husseini is appointed Head of Supreme Muslim Council (1922-1937) . He is hugely disappointed by the end of the Ottoman Empire under Ataturk. Husseini becomes fanaticized by the idea that he must restore the lost Islamic Empire. He vows to fight all Muslim seculars.


1922



Jerusalem Capital





Amin Al-Husseini implements restoration of Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem . He has the Dome gold-plated for the first time. Thereafter, Jerusalem takes on more importance as Holy Muslim site in the eyes of the Arab World.


1928



Husseini Joins Muslim Brotherhood





Muslim Brotherhood established in Egypt by Hassan El Banna in 1928. Amin Al-Husseini becomes a central member and ideological inspiration for the Muslim Brotherhood. Mother organization for today’s Egyptian Islamic Jihad and Hamas . The Muslim Brotherhood preaches Wahhabi Islam , which justifies violent means to rid the ‘Muslim world’ of its non-Islamic element. It envisions a Pan-Islamic Empire, where strict Islamic law rules over all.


1929



Hebron Massacre





Amin Al-Husseini organizes more riots in Palestine. He spreads false rumors to further turn the local Muslims against the Jews. Random murdering of Hebron Jews begins. Hebron Jewish community was over 2,000 years old.


1931



Founder of


World Islamic Congress









Amin Al-Husseini starts to build his own political base. He preaches Islamic unity and creates the World Islamic Congress in 1931.











From The Muslim Brotherhood to the Third Reich



Amin Al-Husseini / Adolf Hitler Connection



1933-2002




1933




Hitler Finds Arab Support





Arab Nazi political groups spring up throughout Middle East:
. Young Egypt. Led by Muslim Brotherhood member Abdul Gamal Nasser (future Egyptian President). Young Egypt’s political slogan “One Folk, One Party, One Leader” is a direct translation from German of Nazi slogan.




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November 7th, 2010  
Wolf
 
 
Interesting enough, the more pictures of him with children I see, the more of a negative effect it has. I couldn't help but wonder what it would be like if that were a Jewish kid standing in front of him.
November 7th, 2010  
Elsarof
 
 
Del Boy

I forgot , u said u served there in the early 1950

u were an english soldier in egypt ?
November 8th, 2010  
Del Boy
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Elsarof
Del Boy

I forgot , u said u served there in the early 1950

u were an english soldier in egypt ?

Yes, I was there for some 18 months-, protecting the Suez Canal, based in the desert garrison of Tel-El-Kebir and then El Ballah and at Gebel Maryan for a short period, on the canal. I visited Port Said, which actually was out of bounds, on a few occasions. My regiment was just about the last to leave Egypt in 1954 and we marched through Port Suez to the Troopship Empire Ken in full uniform, kilts and all, with our Pipe Band leading. The Band played us right onto the ship and out of port.

Enormous crowds massed all the way on both sides of the road and the crowds cheered and waved. I felt it was an occasion of goodwill, but I was only 19, so too optimistic, perhaps.

I did hanker to return and live there for a while, but the opportunity never arose again. I loved the hot dry climate.
November 25th, 2010  
Korean Seaboy
 
 
Can we get back to the topic?
Personally, I think Hitler had two motives for having pictures like these
1. Propaganda
2. Real affection
He truly believed that the "Aryan" race was better than other races (Naw! Koreans Rule! Sorry for my spontaneous foolish nationalism), so he really loved these "Aryan" children.
 


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