When Nazism is compared with Islamic societies a few things will immediately begin to appear in correlation between the two. For instance, when I began studying the conduct of the Nazis, I started noticing a two-word phrase that kept popping up that was very common in their mass political rallies and also in their salutes during smaller gatherings. It was the phrase “Sieg Heil” meaning: “Hail (to) Victory”. There were many occasions when the Nazi crowds would chant this repetitively several times, each time louder and louder, working themselves into a frenzy to achieve a Nazi high. There is an Islamic version of Nazism's “Sieg Heil”. It is “Allahu Akbar” meaning “god is greatest”. They too will use this two-word chant to work themselves into a frenzy to achieve an Islamic high. This phrase is so common among Muslims that the phrase itself has its own title called “Takbir” and it is written on the national flags of Iraq and Iran.
When the Nazi speakers called out for the destruction of the Jews at political rallies “Seig Heil” was chanted loudly and repeatedly by the large audiences. Today when Imams and mullahs call out for the destruction of the Jews during their Friday sermons “Allahu Akbar” is chanted loudly and repeatedly by their audiences! However, this Islamic chant runs deeper than that of the Nazis, due to the “god” factor that comes into play. As the former Palestinian terrorist Walid Shoebat has stated, “Islam is Nazism with a religious twist”. This is what makes the sin of Islam more evil than the Nazis. It is one thing to oppress, maim, and butcher for a man-made vision and ideology, but to do the same evil in the name of “God” causes the sin to reach far deeper into the soul and therefore is far more damnable in the eternities.
You shall not take (“carry“ in the original Hebrew) the Name of YHVH your God in vain. For YHVH will not hold him guiltless that takes (carries) His Name in vain. - Exodus 20: 7
Before comparing the Nazis with the world of Islam, there are at least three questions that needs to be asked.
1. To whom did the world of Islam support during the years the Nazis were in operation, the allied forces or the Nazis and the Axis of Evil? This is a very simple question in which the correct answer supplies volumes of information about the whole of Islam! The Islamic world supported Nazism largely in part to the West’s support of the 1917 Belfour Declaration that recognized the need for the Jewish state in Palestine. However, their embracing a Nazi victory only showed what was truly in their hearts all along, and it demonstrates exactly what the Islamic world is capable of when they don’t receive what they religiously want. This rings ever so clear in the words of a Egyptian minister named Anwar Sadat who was raised in the so-called "moderate" Islamic culture of Egyptian society and would later become the religiously “moderate” president of Egypt itself.
"My dear Hitler, I congratulate you from the bottom of my heart. Even if you appear to have been defeated, in reality you are the victor. You succeeded in creating dissensions between Churchill, the old man, and his allies, the Sons of Satan. Germany will win because her existence is necessary to preserve the world balance. Germany will be reborn in spite of the Western and Eastern powers. There will be no peace unless Germany once again becomes what she was."- Anwar Sadat
2. To whom would the world of Islam (including all its so-called moderates) give their overall support to between the West and another Axis of Evil today under the same or similar circumstances?
An indicator might be the fact that Jordan, the Palestinians, and all other Islamic countries not effected by Saddam Hussein's war threat, ended up supporting this Hitler of the Middle East over the United States during the Gulf War.
3. Out of all the religions of the world, (and there are many) which would most religiously express their religious joy, as a whole, if America and the West was completely destroyed?
Before answering this question, one must consider the fact that the destruction of the capitalistic West was the very the goal of Hitler and the Axis of Evil.
Jewish hatred is the binding force that unites all God-haters for a particular cause. Regardless of difference of race, sex, age, religion, wealth, culture, that under normal circumstances would naturally separate people, anti-Semitism has a spiritual uniting force that knows no boundaries. David Duke and Louis Farrakhan are two men that are worlds apart when it comes to world politics and racial ideology. Both men are deeply devoted racists and would bitterly oppose one another on every white and black issue except for one - the Jews. This is where their God-hatred kicks in and they can come to a racial /spiritual related agreement. David Duke hates all the Jews including the white European Jewry while Louis Farrakhan hates all the Jews including the black Falasha Jewry.
This same God-hatred that unites Duke and Farrakhan is what unites Nazism ideology and Islam’s ideology, expressed in the form of “Jew-hatred”! Only a spiritual answer can give a satisfying answer to this phenomenon. Only through a spiritual concept can one understand the reasons why Hitler and Nazi Germany who with the help of Western Europe was so deadly determined to annihilate the Jews, and why this Jewish-annihilation ideology principle continues long after the Nazis in the mindset of the religiously minded Arab / Muslim world.
Can Islam and Nazism be spiritually linked together? Is there a spiritual connection as to why the president of the National Socialist Movement (a Neo-Nazi movement) David Myatt after converting to Islam (becoming a man of faith) could still maintain that the Holocaust was a "Zionist" hoax after his conversion to Islam? To help answer these questions I give you the holy and authoritative sahih sittah (meaning: from the reliable and sound collections) hadith:
“The last hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim or servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him” - Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj al-Qushari ( 821 - 873 AD) Book 41 No. 6985
Haj Amin Al-Husayni - Palestinian Grand Mufti of Jerusalem
Hitler probably knew about this hadith and others like it from the close friend and long-time admirer of the Third Reich who came to visit him on November 21, 1941. Amin al- Husayni was a Palestinian national that was appointed for the city of Jerusalem to be the grand Mufti (an Islamic scholar who interprets, expounds, and issues decrees - fatwas, in sharia law). Al-Husayni also had held the title of "President of Supreme Muslim Council of Palestine". As the holder of this high religious office, he helped instigate riots against the Jews during the 1920's and was religiously instrumental in the horrific massacre-butchering of many Jewish people in the city of Hebron in 1929.
In 1933, just weeks after Hitler became chancellor of Germany, Husayni sent a telegram to the Nazis via the German Consul-General in Palestine, expressing his joy over their coming to power and offered his support in spreading their ideology (Jew-free ideology) throughout the Middle East, especially in Palestine. This was just the beginning for Husayni. Because he was very, very religious in his study of Islamic law he wanted to do a lot more for his friend of Islam called Nazism. Just how much inspiration and devotion did this Grand Mufti have towards his faith? His life's work can answer that question:
In 1941, after being run out of Palestine by the British, Husayni ended up in Iraq where as a Mufti he declared a pro-Axis fatwas against the British allied forces that resulted in pro-Nazi Iraqis controlling Baghdad with Hitler supporting their jihad effort.
Also in 1941, the Mufti’s visit with Hitler for the purpose of diverting the Palestine-bound Jews to Poland death camps, came just two months before the Wannsee Conference that set in motion the “Finial Solution” that called for the death of eleven million Jews in all of Europe. On September 21st. 1944 Husayni stated in a Berlin broadcast: "Is it not in your power, O Arabs, to repulse the Jews who number not more than eleven million?"
Before the war it was common knowledge the Jews numbered 17-18 million world-wide. When doing the math of the murdered Jews at the end of the war during the time his broadcast was made, it is obvious that this religious motivated Mufti had full knowledge of the “Finial Solution” and had discussed it with Hitler, members of the Wannsee Conference, and other leading Nazi officials while giving his full support of this “Finial Solution”!
Since the Jew-hating, Nazi-loving, Islamic apologists will argue on Husayni’s behalf as to his knowledge of the Final Solution, there is another point to his “eleven million Jews” quote I want to make and that is; what does it say spiritually about any man who was inspired to make a radio broadcast from within the Nazi-Germany borders about “repulsing all the Jews” while at the very same time of this 1944 broadcast Nazi-Germany was in the process of sending Jewish men, women, children, and infants who had been tortured, beaten, and starved to the gas chambers, gallows, ovens, and crematoriums? In other words, what does it say about this man’s religion that produced such vile hatred within him to cause him to speak against the Jews while they're being slaughtered, on behalf of the Nazis who was doing the slaughtering, while in Germany, the very place where the slaughtering was designed and took place?
Husayni not only supported the Holocaust but contributed to it a great deal. He was persistently protesting the German government along with the governments of Italy, Hungary, Bumania, and Bulgari to not allow their Jews to emigrate (“escape” in his words) to Palestine. And just what did he suggest that they do with them? In a letter of request to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, dated June 28, 1943, Husayni wrote:
….To authorize these Jews to leave your country under the above circumstances and in this way, would by no means solve the Jewish problem and would certainly not protect your country against their evil influence - far from it! - for this escape would make it possible for them to communicate and combine freely with their racial brethren in enemy countries in order to strengthen their position and to exert a more dangerous influence….
…This is the reason why I ask your Excellency to permit me to draw your attention to the necessity of preventing the Jews from leaving your country for Palestine and if there are reasons which make their removal necessary, it would be indispensable and infinitely preferable to send them to other countries where they would find themselves under active control, for example, in Poland, in order thereby to protect oneself from their menace and avoid the consequent damages.
Husayni wanted the Hungarian Jews inside of Poland rather than Palestine. I wonder why Poland of all places? What kind of activities were going on in Poland in 1943 that this Islamic Mufti-fatwa-giver knew about and wanted the Jews to participate in? The United Nations added their own note to this document that read: "As a Sequel to This Request 400,000 Jews Were Subsequently Killed." Other such requests to other countries would result in thousands of more Jewish lives including thousands of Jewish children. Just one month earlier on May 6,1943 Husayni suggested to the Bulgarian foreign minister that Bulgarian-Jewish “children” should be sent to Poland rather than to Palestine.
From the 1946 Nurenberg trials Dieter Wisliceny (Adolph Eichmann's deputy) stated:
"The Mutfi was one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry and had been a collaborator and adviser of Eichmann and Himmler in the execution of this plan. He was one Eichmann's best friends and had constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures. I heard him say (accompanied by Eichmann) he had visited incognito, the gas chambers of Auschwitz."
Husayni occupied his time in Germany by working for the Nazis as a propagandist for the Arabs and recruited Muslim volunteers for the German armed forces. In 1943, Husayni recruited for the Nazis that became divisions of the Waffen SS and other units that participated in the hunting down and killing of Jewish victims. Husayni's main recruitment gift to the Nazis was the 20,000 Bosnian-Muslim 13th. Waffen-SS Division Hanjar (Hanjar meaning "saber"). Part of their task in the war was to maintain the railway line from Balkans to Auschwitz.
It is interesting to note when comparing Nazism with Islam that these recruits of Husayni wore a patch on their uniform that signified the sword of Islam along with the swastika. In an acknowledgment of Husayni's grand efforts, Heinrich Himmler (second only to Hitler himself) has been quoted as saying: "Muslims responded to the call of Muslim leaders and joined our side because of their hatred of our joint Jewish-English-Bolshevik enemies, and because of their belief and respect for, above all -- Our Fuhrer."
Here is what can drawn from Husayni’s (spiritual) legacy:
- He was a deeply religious devoted man to his Islam. He was a very influential individual with the title of “Grand Mufti” of the holiest city in the world - Jerusalem, where he issued religious fatwas (judgments and decrees) that the Muslims in the region greatly respected.
- He hated Jews as part of his deep religious devotion by which he was very adamant. On March 1, 1944, while speaking on Radio Berlin, al-Husayni said: “Arabs, rise as one man and fight for your sacred rights. Kill the Jews wherever you find them. This pleases Allah, history, and religion. This saves your honor. Allah is with you.” I would venture to say that his Jew-hatred was equal, if not surpassed to that of Adolph Hitlers’ own Jew-hatred. The only difference being that Husayni did not have access to the death production capabilities that Hitler had.
- Germany, the home of Nazism and all of its Holocaust atrocities better suited al-Husayni for a place for him to also call “home” until after the war had ended. Nazi Germany better suited him for expressing his religion, his honor, sacred rights, and worship to his god Allah, rather than those of Western countries with Western values. Husayni stayed in Nazi Germany from 1941 until the Nazis were defeated and ended up living out his days in the Islamic terrorist-state of Syria.
- His life, his devotion, his religious learning, and his religious titles, demonstrates without a doubt that there is a spiritual link between Nazism and Islam. Husayni was the embodied expressed "go between" Nazism and Islam. He stood for everything that true Islam does, to which he was a credit to his religion. To this day Huasyni carries a good name throughout the modern Islamic world even being called "the voice of the Palestinian people" and a Palestinian "hero"!
- Hitler’s part in the Holocaust came from being a racially-minded psychopath, but Husayni’s part in the Holocaust came straight from his Islam, his Koran, and his god Allah!
When Iranian president Mahmoud Amidinijad asks why should the Palestinians pay (tolerate a Jewish state) for something that Germany did, the answer to his question (laying aside God's eternal covenant of the Jews of which is not reliant on the Holocaust) lies in the spiritual likeness between his Islam and Nazism! The Holocaust works of Husayni that consisted of his spiritual and physical deeds as a Jerusalem-based Palestinian religious Mufti played a huge role in Hitler's Jew-murdering methods. Therefore, the majority of Palestinians who supported him - as they do to this very day - are guilty of aiding the Holocaust! Their punishment for aiding and the greatest crime known to mankind should be the Jewish State of Israel ruling over all of what they call "their land".
Even today modern Islamic fatwas follow in the same footsteps of Nazi ideology concerning Jew-murder - even "child" Jew-murder. This fact demonstrates the spiritual link of unity between the two. The following comparison should send chills down the back of all those who oppose Jewish mass-murder:
"There is a fatwah, a religious ruling that says it is OK that we must kill Jewish embryos in the belly of their mothers because later they will be Israeli soldiers. And those fatwahs are spread in Europe, spread by certain fundamentalist Imams. The youngster, who goes to Mosque on Fridays, when he hears this wherever he might be, he wants to obey that ruling. Which means that the danger is no longer in the Middle East. It is here (Europe)."
- Morad El Hattab, Author and critic of Islamic extremism From the documentary, "Ever Again" © 2005 Moriah Films
Now, compared that "Fatwah" to "Nazi" Ideology:
U.S. Army Psychiatrist Leon Goldensohn: “How did you figure a six-month-old Jewish infant must be killed?”
Otto Ohlendorf (Commander of Einsatzgruppen D): “In the (Jewish) child we (the Nazis) see the grown-up.” - 1946, Nuremberg, Germany
Among the true followers of Islam today (the so-called radicals) mutations of Nazism can be easily found. While skinhead neo-Nazis are just wanna-be hoodlums who live in the “Sieg Hail” past of the Third Reich, the ones with the true Nazi spirit of today come yelling “Allahu Akbar”! It is not just my opinion that Nazism and Islam are spiritually linked, it was al-Husayni's opinion as well. After meeting with Hitler in November, 1941 al-Husayni stated that the Germans "know how to get rid of the Jews, and that brings us close to the Germans and set us in their camp."