Monday, March 05, 2012

Jamait-e-Muslimin: When 25,000 Nazis Converted To Islam In 1939

In Nazi Pallywood 1938 And Fake Italian Charity Workers, Brian of London quotes from an article by Esmerelda Weatherwax in the New English Review.

In the article, The Attack Within by Elwyn Jones - the parallels with Hitler and Islam, and 1939 and 2012, Weatherwax describes a book she happened to find by one-time Lord Chancellor Elwyn Jones entitled The Attack From Within, where he describes a number of similarities between Nazism and Islam.

Weatherwax writes:
Some weeks ago a google search for something else threw up a tantalising quotation from a book published in the summer of 1939 which said “it has been decided to “convert” 25,000 Nazis to Mohammedanism. They will be organised in a newly-formed Moslem association, Jamait-e-Muslimin, which already has an understanding with the Mufti, a leader of the Palestinian Arabs.” [emphasis added]
She goes on to describe some of what Jones writes:

He then mentions the 25,000 coverts which are intended to send in as trade and political missionaries. Two centres have been set up for them in Cairo and Bagdad – using teachers and bank clerks Nazis are penetrating the vernacular press, German classes, and cinema. Their other tool is the Arab Club, el Nadi el Arrabi, a Pan Arab organisation with members in all parts of the Near east and Europe and an HQ on the Kurfuerstendamm.
This is not the only collaboration between the Muslims and the Nazis. I've written before that During WWII, Arabs Fought With Nazi Occupiers Against The Resistance. As I mentioned there, The History Channel had an episode discussing how the Mufti established the Muslim 13th Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Handschar which was used by the Nazis to crush the Yugoslavian resistance.

More on the strong bond between the Mufit and Hitler, between Islamic fundamentalism and Nazism, comes from the movie Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against The West:

Another indication of how the Germans and Muslims worked together comes from a book about WWI, Like Hidden Fire: The Plot to Bring Down the British Empire:
An acclaimed historian tells, for the first time, the full story of the conspiracy between the Germans and the Turks to unleash a Muslim holy war against the British in India and the Russians in the Caucasus. Drawing on recently opened intelligence files and rare personal accounts, Peter Hopkirk skillfully reconstructs the Kaiser's bold plan and describes the exploits of the secret agents on both sides-disguised variously as archaeologists, traders, and circus performers-as they sought to foment or foil the uprising and determine the outcome of World War I.
When pieces of information like this turn up, it becomes clear how ingenuous it is for Muslim leaders to claim that the Holocaust is a hoax, and to whine that they are the victims of an incident in history with which they have no connection or responsibility.

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