Arab Lays Flower At Hitler's Portrait In Gaza Ruins, Saying 'No One Knew Them Jews Like You'


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Cartoon In Bahraini Paper:

Arab Lays Flower At Hitler’s Portrait In Gaza Ruins, Saying ‘No One Knew Them [i.e. The Jews] But You’

Cartoonist: Nader

Source: Akhbar Al-Khaleej, Bahrain, January 13, 2009

16 thoughts on “Arab Lays Flower At Hitler's Portrait In Gaza Ruins, Saying 'No One Knew Them Jews Like You'”

  1. Adoration of Adolf Hitler. They must be running out of role models, Hitler was a catholic not a Muslim.

  2. Careful Lionheart you know what Mohammedans are like soon we will see all the claims that the Jews were killed by the Christians not the Nazis. Ohh wait they already say that don’t they.

  3. Hitler was a great admirer of Islam. He must have had some exposure to it, perhaps he read the Koran while he was in jail. The Koran is his “mein Kampf”, and neither is about “inner struggle”…

  4. Very true Sheik in fact he is on record as saying that Islam would be a good religion for a Soldier nation like Germany all that love of death really turned him on. That said of course he viewed all Arabs and Blacks as ‘untermensch’ along with Jews and Slavs of course. I wonder how our stuoid Mohammedans feel knowing this when they shout his name. If the Nazis had won and all the Jews and Gypsies were gone Arabs and Blacks would have been the next for the Gas Chambers.

  5. Realist Says:

    Careful Lionheart you know what Mohammedans are like soon we will see all the claims that the Jews were killed by the Christians not the Nazis.

    Hitler and his fascist friends Franco and Mussolini, where all Catholics, and we must remember that the Vatican did not recognize the holocaust until 1994.

    It would be good to remember Jasenovic, and the role the Vatican played.

    The Good Friday Prayer for the Jews is a controversial prayer in the Christian, particularly Roman Catholic, liturgy.

    Let us pray also for the faithless Jews: that almighty God may remove the veil from their hearts; so that they too may acknowledge Jesus Christ our Lord. Let us pray. Let us kneel. [pause for silent prayer] Arise. Almighty and eternal God, who dost not exclude from thy mercy even Jewish faithlessness: hear our prayers, which we offer for the blindness of that people; that acknowledging the light of thy Truth, which is Christ, they may be delivered from their darkness. Through the same Lord Jesus Christ, who liveth and reigneth with thee in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God, for ever and ever. Amen.

    Oh well ! the Catholics have company , Anglican prayer runs like this:

    O merciful God, who hast made all men, and hatest nothing that thou hast made, nor wouldest the death of any sinner, but rather that he be converted and live; Have mercy upon all Jews, Turks, Infidels, and Heretics, and take from them all ignorance, hardness of heart, and contempt of thy Word; and so fetch them home, blessed Lord, to thy flock, that they may be saved among the remnant of the true Israelites, and be made one fold under one shepherd, Jesus Christ our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, world without end. Amen

    It does not help our cause to be in denial of our murky past, and strive to wipe out Christian antisemitism, which is being manipulated by the muslims hordes.

    Support Israel

  6. Dear Shiva,

    I think you would be hard pressed to confirm Hitler as a practicing Catholic. In fact he despised them and catholics were high up on the hit list behind Jews. Antisemitism is not written into the Gospels as it is with the Quran and Hadith. Anyone can hate Jews but Islam is the only religion to immortalize it.

  7. Realist, I concur with your post above. If Hitler had won, Muslims and Blacks would have been next. That’s the nature of the beast.

    And you’re also quite right, Geoff:

    Hitler despised not only Catholics, he hated Christianity because he believed it made German civilization meek and weak. Much of this particular hatred towards Christianity and Judaism stems from Friedrich Nietsche, and Nietsche’s sister was a great influence on Hitler. Nietsche himself was not an anti-Semite, not at all, but his sister was… But that’s another matter for another day!)

    Any other posters, don’t bother about the old “Hitler was a Christian” garbage, we’re all much better informed, don’t waste our time with that, please!

  8. “Hitler and his fascist friends Franco and Mussolini, where all Catholics…”

    Franco protected the Jews of Spain. Not a single one was surrendered to Germany. One of the few decent things that cold old man did, but he did it. Mussolini and the people of Italy went out of their way to protect the Italian Jews as well, not as strictly as Franco, but they did much more than the do-gooder people of Holland and France who delivered their Jews free to the cattle wagon.

    I think an apology is in order now.

    By the way, there are basic differences between “Facism” and (German) National-Socialism. In short: The latter is a leftist ideology, not so the former.

  9. Maybe the following entries from my blog can add some information. I don’t know whether HTML is allowed here, so I am posting the links unwrapped:

    The cooperation of Nazis and Islam:

    Delayed acquittal of Pope Pius XII:

    Hitler and the Catholic faith:

    IF there was at all something like a closed group of the German population that resisted the Nazis, it were the Catholics, but Catholic-bashing is SO much fun and quite the in the current Zeitgeist, isn’t it?

  10. The Editrix Says:

    I think an apology is in order now.

    Yes an apology is given as far as Franco is concerned. I overlooked the fact that Franco did not oppose the Jews from entering into Spain

    But as far as the Vatican, no way..

    Hitler justified his fight for the German people and against Jews by using Godly and Biblical reasoning. Indeed, one of his most revealing statements makes this quite clear:

    “Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord.”

    Although Hitler did not practice religion in a churchly sense, he certainly believed in the Bible’s God. Raised as Catholic he went to a monastery school and, interestingly, walked everyday past a stone arch which was carved the monastery’s coat of arms which included a swastika. As a young boy, Hitler’s most ardent goal was to become a priest. Much of his philosophy came from the Bible, and more influentially, from the Christian Social movement. (The German Christian Social movement, remarkably, resembles the Christian Right movement in America today.) Many have questioned Hitler’s stand on Christianity. Although he fought against certain Catholic priests who opposed him for political reasons, his belief in God and country never left him. Many Christians throughout history have opposed Christian priests for various reasons; this does not necessarily make one against one’s own Christian beliefs. Nor did the Vatican’s Pope & bishops ever disown him; in fact they blessed him! As evidence to his claimed Christianity, he said:

    “My feelings as a Christian points me to my Lord and Savior as a fighter. It points me to the man who once in loneliness, surrounded by a few followers, recognized these Jews for what they were and summoned men to fight against them and who, God’s truth! was greatest not as a sufferer but as a fighter. In boundless love as a Christian and as a man I read through the passage which tells us how the Lord at last rose in His might and seized the scourge to drive out of the Temple the brood of vipers and adders. How terrific was His fight for the world against the Jewish poison. To-day, after two thousand years, with deepest emotion I recognize more profoundly than ever before the fact that it was for this that He had to shed His blood upon the Cross. As a Christian I have no duty to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice… And if there is anything which could demonstrate that we are acting rightly it is the distress that daily grows. For as a Christian I have also a duty to my own people.

    -Adolf Hitler, in a speech on 12 April 1922

    Adolph Hitler could not have come into power without the support of the Protestant and Catholic churches and the German Christian populace.

  11. Shiva, hate to disagree with you.

    But whatever Hitler said in 1922 hardly equals his real views and actions. First you have to take into account that the German public at that time was much more religious than today, and second Hitler himself was still a work in progress. Why do you think Obama, the Muslim, joined Jeremiah Wrights racist “Christian” church? It suited his purpose, and while he might agree with most of was said in that rathole, his thinking is still that of a Muslim, because he lived his formative years as a Muslim.

    A little bit like Turkey’s Erdogan: “Democracy is like a bus,- when you reach your destination you get off…”

  12. Shiek

    Why do you think Obama, the Muslim, joined Jeremiah Wrights racist “Christian” church? It suited his purpose, and while he might agree with most of was said in that rathole, his thinking is still that of a Muslim, because he lived his formative years as a Muslim.

    And wasnt Hitlers formative years spent as a Catholic.

    I was grossly wrong about Franco.

    But as far as Hitler and the Vatican is concerned, I stand firm

    The Concordat of 1933 made it apparent to all concerned that the Vatican did not take a hostile attitude toward Hitler. The agreement conferred legitimacy on the Nazi government. Under the terms of the Concordat, the Vatican was assured its property and wealth would be secure under the Nazi regime and the Hitler government agreed to continue to pay subsidies to the Church. In addition, the independence of the Catholic school system was protected from the Nazis and Catholic parents could choose to send their children to Catholic schools instead of state schools.

    In return, the Catholic Church taught obedience to Hitler. Article 32 of the Concordat gave Hitler what he really wanted: the exclusion of the Catholic clergy from all political activity.

  13. Shiva, quite correct.

    The Concordat gave Hitler what he really wanted: the exclusion of the Catholic clergy from all political activity.

    Once again: you have to take into account that the majority of Germans at that time were far more Catholic and religious at that time.

    Hitler had to play them along those lines.

    At the same time he developed his cult of personality, a replacement religion, Nazism with the swastika, with the flags, the torches and the marches, etc etc, that was the only way it could be done.

    Hitler did most of his writing and reading in jail, Nietsches Uebermensch was very much in vogue then, and Nietsche had absolutely no liking for Christianity. I discussed this in length years ago with Hitlers most famous biographer, Professor Werner Maser in Mannheim, Germany, who knew Hitler personally and assured me that Hitler despised Christianity (and Judaism, of course)

    Think about Turkey’s Ataturk and his ‘Kemalism’- which was totally unislamic,- and yet he was a Muslim. You have to see it in this light. As you know I am a Jew and I have no reason whatsoever to speak for Christianity, but I have done some in depth research which confirms that Hitler used Christianity to fool the believers, but that was just about it.

    Everything else is peripheral.

  14. There was a genocide during Kemals watch

    Why I am so adamant just now is I am completely disgusted at the appeasement we are witnessing today by all the mainstream faiths, and the antisemitism that is flourishing every where

    It is disgusting that all the major faiths have been passive in eliminating christian jew hatred, and this I believe is one of the main reasons why we are seeing so much antisemitism now.

    We have been brought up with christian values, and antisemitism is still rife within christianity.

    Even the leftards are brought up by christian values

  15. Hilter’s best friend was the Mufti of Jerusalem, who wanted to apply the Final Solution in the Middle East. He was instrumental in the destruction of the Baghdadi Jewish community. It was from him Hitler got the idea of the yellow star as in Andalusia Jew were forced to wear yellow clothing. He also raised 2 divisions of Nazi troops from the Bosnian Muslims. His nephew was inculcated with hatred of Jews; Yasser Arafat.

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