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The Root Cause of all the conflicts in the Middle East


Why are so many of the grandchildren of Nazis and Nazi collaborators who brought us the Holocaust once again declaring war on the Jews?

Why have we seen such an increase in anti-Semitism and irrationally virulent anti-Zionism in western Europe?

To answer these questions, a myth must first be exposed. That myth is the one perpetrated by the French, the Dutch, the Norwegians, the Swiss, the Belgians, the Austrians, and many other western Europeans: namely that the Holocaust was solely the work of German Nazis aided perhaps by some Polish, Ukrainian, Latvian, Lithuanian, and Estonian collaborators.


The Holocaust was perpetrated by Europeans — by Nazi sympathizers and collaborators among the French, Dutch, Norwegians, Swiss, Belgians, Austrians and other Europeans, both Western and Eastern.

Jews and Arabs have been tricked by the winners of WW1, Britain and France (Europe) into war for 95 years, until 1919 Jews and Arabs used to be allies. The middle east was supposed to become 1 big Arab Kingdom with 1 Jewish nation. Some feared for Europe’s Economy if there would have been 2 countries in the middle east living in peace since WW1, a Jewish state and 1 Arab kingdom. By looking deep into the history you can see we are being fooled for the interest of Europe’s economy.

The middle east, which is a strategic location in the world and rich in natural resources, was supposed to become a scientifically advanced Union between Arabs and Jews.

Think about how many people have died for nothing, the Jews could have had a country to flee roman antisemitism in the world since the 1920’s, there would not have been a holocaust, there would not have all those wars and terror.

The Arabs would not have been oppressed since the 1920’s by puppet illegitimate dictators, there would not have been an Al-Husseini, a Saud , an Arafat , a Qaddafi, a Saddam Hussein, a Assad Father, A Assad Son,… no Arab spring… no Bin Laden no Hammas no Jihad….

If you understand history you can see that the past and current peace projects and anti-Zionists are part of the anti Arab Jewish union policy that hides history and fuels the conflict, so that others can profit. By understanding history we can revert all propaganda and have a true peace.

On March 23, 1918, Al Qibla, the daily newspaper of Mecca, printed the following words in support of the Balfour Declaration of 1917:

“The resources of the country [Palestine] are still virgin soil and will be developed by the Jewish immigrants (…) we have seen the Jews from foreign countries streaming to Palestine from Russia, Germany, Austria, Spain, and America. The cause of causes could not escape those who had a gift of deeper insight. They knew that the country was for its original sons [abna’ihi-l-asliyin], for all their differences, a sacred and beloved homeland. The return of these exiles [jaliya] to their homeland will prove materially and spiritually an experimental school for their brethren who are with them in the fields, factories, trades and all things connected to the land.”

After WW1 Britain and France back stabbed the Arabs and Jews, divided the land and removed the Rightful King of the Arabs and changed Islam, and its recognition of Zionism by putting the Sauds in power over Mecca instead of the Hashemites (descendents of Mohammad)

The True Arab King (descendant of Mohammad) invited the Jews to return to Palestine.

part 2: listen to what he says in the beginning, the Brits were trying to convince the Arabs not to make a Union with the Jews, but the Arabs told them Jews are good for Arabs

638 C.E. – Muslim Caliph Omar liberates Jerusalem from the Byzantine Christians and welcomes Jews back to the Holy City

Muslim Caliph Omar, who liberated Jerusalem from the Byzantine Christians in 638 C.E., six years after the death of Muhammad in 632 C.E., revoked Hadrian’s 500 year-old ban on Jewish settlement in Jerusalem, which the Byzantines had kept in force. Omar welcomed the Jews back to Jerusalem. The returning Jews built the Bet HaMenorot (House of Menorahs) synagogue (named for the menorahs drawn on its walls), excavated in 1998 by Professor Naveh Mazar of the Hebrew University.

1187 C.E. – Muslim Sultan Salah-e-Din liberates Jerusalem from the European Catholic Crusaders and welcomes Jews back to the Holy City

Muslim Sultan Salah-e-Din, the great Kurdish leader, liberated Jerusalem from the European Catholic Crusaders in 1187 C.E. He suggested to Rabbi Moses ben Maimon (Maimonides, who was Salah-e-Din’s doctor) that Maimonides urge Jews to return and resettle Jerusalem (as recorded by another Jewish scholar of those times, Rabbi Yehuda al-Harizi). The famous Ramban (Nachmanides) Synagogue in Jerusalem’s Old City was built by the returning Jews several decades later during the period of Mameluk Muslim rule. The synagogue bears witness to this return.

18th Century – Muslim Sheikh Dahr-el-Omar invites Jews to resettle the Galilee

Muslim Sheikh Dahr-el-Omar, who took control of Galilee from the Turks in the 18th century, told leading rabbis in Constantinople and Morocco that the period of Jewish exile was over and that Jews should return to the Land of Israel to rebuild it. From that time on, the movement for Jewish return to the Land of Israel gained momentum.

20th Century – Feisal-Frankfurter Correspondence (March 1919)

On March 23, 1918, Al Qibla, the daily newspaper of Mecca, printed the following words in support of the Balfour Declaration of 1917:

“The resources of the country [Palestine] are still virgin soil and will be developed by the Jewish immigrants (…) we have seen the Jews from foreign countries streaming to Palestine from Russia, Germany, Austria, Spain, and America. The cause of causes could not escape those who had a gift of deeper insight. They knew that the country was for its original sons [abna’ihi-l-asliyin], for all their differences, a sacred and beloved homeland. The return of these exiles [jaliya] to their homeland will prove materially and spiritually an experimental school for their brethren who are with them in the fields, factories, trades and all things connected to the land.”

Feisal-Frankfurter Correspondence (March 1919)

Letter from Emir Feisal (Son of Hussen Ibn Ali, Sharif of Mecca) to Felix Frankfurter, associate of Dr. Chaim Weizmann:


Paris Peace Conference

March 3, 1919

Dear Mr. Frankfurter:

I want to take this opportunity of my first contact with American Zionists to tell you what I have often been able to say to Dr. Weizmann in Arabia and Europe.

We feel that the Arabs and Jews are cousins in having suffered similar oppressions at the hands of powers stronger than themselves, and by a happy coincidence have been able to take the first step towards the attainment of their national ideals together.

The Arabs, especially the educated among us, look with the deepest sympathy on the Zionist movement. Our deputation here in Paris is fully acquainted with the proposals submitted yesterday by the Zionist Organisation to the Peace Conference, and we regard them as moderate and proper. We will do our best, in so far as we are concerned, to help them through: we will wish the Jews a most hearty welcome home.

With the chiefs of your movement, especially with Dr. Weizmann, we have had and continue to have the closest relations. He has been a great helper of our cause, and I hope the Arabs may soon be in a position to make the Jews some return for their kindness. We are working together for a reformed and revived Near East, and our two movements complete one another. The Jewish movement is national and not imperialist. Our movement is national and not imperialist, and there is room in Syria for us both. Indeed I think that neither can be a real success without the other.

People less informed and less responsible than our leaders and yours, ignoring the need for cooperation of the Arabs and Zionists, have been trying to exploit the local difficulties that must necessarily arise in Palestine in the early stages of our movements. Some of them have, I am afraid, misrepresented your aims to the Arab peasantry, and our aims to the Jewish peasantry, with the result that interested parties have been able to make capital out of what they call our differences.

I wish to give you my firm conviction that these differences are not on questions of principle, but on matters of detail such as must inevitably occur in every contact of neighbouring peoples, and as are easily adjusted by mutual good will. Indeed nearly all of them will disappear with fuller knowledge.

I look forward, and my people with me look forward, to a future in which we will help you and you will help us, so that the countries in which we are mutually interested may once again take their places in the community of civilised peoples of the world.

Believe me,

Yours sincerely,

(Sgd.) Feisal

Letter of reply from Felix Frankfurter to Emir Feisal:

Paris Peace Conference

March 5, 1919

Royal Highness,

Allow me, on behalf of the Zionist Organisation, to acknowledge your recent letter with deep appreciation.

Those of us who come from the United States have already been gratified by the friendly relations and the active cooperation maintained between you and the Zionist leaders, particularly Dr. Weizmann. We knew it could not be otherwise; we knew that the aspirations of the Arab and the Jewish peoples were parallel, that each aspired to re-establish its nationality in its own homeland, each making its own distinctive contribution to civilisation, each seeking its own peaceful mode of life.

The Zionist leaders and the Jewish people for whom they speak have watched with satisfaction the spiritual vigour of the Arab movement. Themselves seeking justice, they are anxious that the just national aims of the Arab people be confirmed and safeguarded by the Peace Conference.

We knew from your acts and your past utterances that the Zionist movement — in other words the national aim of the Jewish people — had your support and the support of the Arab people for whom you speak. These aims are now before the Peace Conference as definite proposals by the Zionist Organisation. We are happy indeed that you consider these proposals “moderate and proper,” and that we have in you a staunch supporter for their realisation.

For both the Arab and the Jewish peoples there are difficulties ahead — difficulties that challenge the united statesmanship of Arab and Jewish leaders. For it is no easy task to rebuild two great civilisations that have been suffering oppression and misrule for centuries. We each have our difficulties we shall work out as friends, friends who are animated by similar purposes, seeking a free and full development for the two neighbouring peoples. The Arabs and Jews are neighbours in territory; we cannot but live side by side as friends.

Very respectfully,

(Sgd.) Felix Frankfurter–Weizmann_Agreement

Agreement Between Emir Feisal and Dr. Weizmann

3 January 1919

His Royal Highness the Emir Feisal, representing and acting on behalf of the Arab Kingdom of Hedjaz, and Dr. Chaim Weizmann, representing and acting on behalf of the Zionist Organization, mindful of the racial kinship and ancient bonds existing between the Arabs and the Jewish people, and realizing that the surest means of working out the consummation of their natural aspirations is through the closest possible collaboration in the development of the Arab State and Palestine, and being desirous further of confirming the good understanding which exists between them, have agreed upon the following:


Article I

The Arab State and Palestine in all their relations and undertakings shall be controlled by the most cordial goodwill and understanding, and to this end Arab and Jewish duly accredited agents shall be established and maintained in the respective territories.

Article II

Immediately following the completion of the deliberations of the Peace Conference, the definite boundaries between the Arab State and Palestine shall be determined by a Commission to be agreed upon by the parties hereto.

Article III

In the establishment of the Constitution and Administration of Palestine, all such measures shall be adopted as will afford the fullest guarantees for carrying into effect the British Government’s Declaration of the 2nd of November, 1917.

Article IV

All necessary measures shall be taken to encourage and stimulate immigration of Jews into Palestine on a large scale, and as quickly as possible to settle Jewish immigrants upon the land through closer settlement and intensive cultivation of the soil. In taking such measures the Arab peasant and tenant farmers shall be protected in their rights and shall be assisted in forwarding their economic development.

Article V

No regulation or law shall be made prohibiting or interfering in any way with the free exercise of religion; and further, the free exercise and enjoyment of religious profession and worship, without discrimination or preference, shall forever be allowed. No religious test shall ever be required for the exercise of civil or political rights.

Article VI

The Mohammedan Holy Places shall be under Mohammedan control.

Article VII

The Zionist Organization proposes to send to Palestine a Commission of experts to make a survey of the economic possibilities of the country, and to report upon the best means for its development. The Zionist Organization will place the aforementioned Commission at the disposal of the Arab State for the purpose of a survey of the economic possibilities of the Arab State and to report upon the best means for its development. The Zionist Organization will use its best efforts to assist the Arab State in providing the means for developing the natural resources and economic possibilities thereof.

Article VIII

The parties hereto agree to act in complete accord and harmony on all matters embraced herein before the Peace Congress.

Article IX

Any matters of dispute which may arise between the contracting parties hall be referred to the British Government for arbitration.

Given under our hand at London, England, the third day of January, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen

Chaim Weizmann Feisal Ibn-Hussein

Reservation by the Emir Feisal

If the Arabs are established as I have asked in my manifesto of 4 January, addressed to the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, I will carry out what is written in this agreement. If changes are made, I cannot be answerable for failing to carry out this agreement.

In 1947 Weizmann still had a fresh memory of history, it is long but very interesting

The Saud’s with support of the British removed his father Ḥusayn bin ‘Alī al-Hashimi (descendant of Muhammad) from being the Sharif of Mecca, and the French threw him Faisal bin Hussein bin Ali al-Hashimi out of Greater-Syria.,_Sharif_of_Mecca

The root cause of the conflict is that Europe removed the rightful heirs to the leadership of Islam and Mecca. And replaced them with puppets.The Hashemite’s trace their ancestry from Hashim ibn ‘Abd Manaf (died c. 511 AD), the great-grandfather of the prophet, Muhammad.

And the Kings of Jordan are only but brother/nephews of Faisal bin Hussein bin Ali al-Hashimi they themself betrayed there family and joined the British for might, they were never supposed to be Kings.

Until 1920 there was an agreement to make an Economical-Union in the middle east, the plan was that there would be only 1 Arab Kingdom (Faisal bin Hussein bin Ali al-Hashimi as King) and 1 refuge homeland for the Jewish people but if there would have been 1 stable union in the Middle East it would have been very bad for Europe’s post Colonialism economy, so they created the conflict.The Arab Kingdom of Syria (Arabic: المملكة العربية السورية, al-Mamlakah al-Sūriyya al-‘Arabīyah), was the first modern Arab state to come into existence, but only lasted a little over four months (8 March–24 July 1920). During its brief existence, the kingdom was led by Sharif Hussein bin Ali’s son Faisal bin Hussein. Despite its claims to territory of a Greater Syria, Faisal’s government controlled a limited area and was dependent on Britain which, along with France, generally opposed the idea of a Greater Syria and refused to recognize Faisal as its king. The kingdom surrendered to French forces on 24 July 1920.

But his brother Abdullah bin ‘Alī al-Hashimi did not help Faisal stay in power, but:In March 1920, the Hashemite Kingdom of Syria was declared by Faisal I of Iraq in Damascus which encompassed most of what later became Transjordan. At this point, the southern part of Transjordan was part of the Hashemite Kingdom of Hejaz. Following the provision of mandate to France and Britain at San Remo in April, the British appointed a High Commissioner in Palestine with a remit over the area west of the Jordan, and the French ended the Kingdom of Syria at the battle of Maysalun. Transjordan became, for a short time, a no man’s land. In August 1920, Sir Herbert Samuel’s request to extend the frontier of British territory beyond the River Jordan and to bring Transjordan under his administrative control was rejected. The British Foreign Secretary, Lord Curzon, proposed instead that British influence in Transjordan should be advanced by sending a few political officers, without military escort, to encourage self-government and give advice to local leaders in the territory. Following Curzon’s instruction Samuel set up a meeting with Transjordanian leaders where he presented British plans for the territory. The local leaders were reassured that Transjordan would not come under Palestinian administration and that there would be no disarmament or conscription. Samuel’s terms were accepted, he returned to Jerusalem, leaving Captain Alex Kirkbride as the British representative east of the Jordan until the arrival on 21 November 1920 of Abdullah, the brother of recently deposed king Faisal, who marched into Ma’an at the head of an army of 300 men. Without facing opposition Abdullah and his army had effectively occupied most of Tranjordan by March 1921.

And then, Abdullah bin ‘Alī al-Hashimi betrayed his Father and his Brother and joined Britain and the Europeans for power:

When French forces captured Damascus at the Battle of Maysalun and expelled his brother Faisal, Abdullah moved his forces from Hejaz into Transjordan with a view to liberating Damascus, where his brother had been proclaimed King in 1918. Having heard of Abdullah’s plans, Winston Churchill invited Abdullah to a famous “tea party” where he convinced Abdullah to stay put and not attack Britain’s allies, the French. Churchill told Abdullah that French forces were superior to his and that the British did not want any trouble with the French. Abdullah acquiesced and was rewarded when the British created a protectorate for him, which later became a state; Transjordan. He embarked on negotiations with the British to gain independence, resulting in the announcement of the Emirate of Transjordan’s independence on 25 May 1946 as the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan (renamed simply Jordan in 1949). This date is Jordan’s official independence day. On March 8, 1920, Abdullah was announced as King of Iraq, a position he never accepted, by the Iraqi Congress. After his refusal, his brother who had just been defeated in Syria and was in need of a kingdom, accepted the position.[1]Abdullah set about the task of building Transjordan with the help of a reserve force headed by Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Peake, who was seconded from the Palestine police in 1921. The force, renamed the Arab Legion, in 1923 was led by Glubb Pasha (Sir John Bagot Glubb) between 1930 and 1956.[5]Although Abdullah established a legislative council in 1928 its role remained advisory leaving him to rule as an autocrat.[5]During the Second World War Abdullah was a faithful ally of the British, maintaining strict order within Transjordan, and helping to suppress a pro-Axis uprising in Iraq. His army, the Arab Legion assisted in the occupation of Iraq and Syria.[1]Prime Ministers under Abdullah formed 18 governments during the 23 years of the Emirate. On May 25, 1946, in Amman, he was crowned first King of Transjordan (Jordan).

The Brits and French had won, he did not even go join his brother, was mad at him, and then went to live in England, where his “fake” friend Lawrence advised him to leave the dream of the one Kingdom behind and to become King of Iraq which was a flawed concept from the start, because people in Iraq did barely know him and where big percentage of Shiites:

On 7 March 1920, Faisal was proclaimed King of the Arab Kingdom of Syria (Greater Syria) by the Syrian National Congress government of Hashim al-Atassi. In April 1920, the San Remo conference gave France the mandate for Syria, which led to the Franco-Syrian War. In the Battle of Maysalun on 24 July 1920, the French were victorious and Faisal was expelled from Syria. He went to live in the United Kingdom in August of that year.

In March 1921, at the Cairo Conference, the British decided that Faisal was a good candidate for ruling the British Mandate of Iraq because of his apparent conciliatory attitude towards the great power and based on advice from T. E. Lawrence, more commonly known as Lawrence of Arabia. But, in 1921, few people living in Iraq even knew who Faisal was or had ever heard his name. With help of British officials, including Mrs Gertrude Bell, he successfully campaigned among the Arabs of Iraq and won over popular support.The British government, mandate holders in Iraq, were concerned at the unrest in the colony. They decided to step back from direct administration and create a monarchy to head Iraq while they maintained the mandate. Following a plebiscite showing 96% in favour, which was not really accurate, but created by a British council of ministers who wanted to put Faisal in power, Faisal agreed to become king. In August 1921 he was made king of Iraq.

During World War I, the British government established diplomatic relations with Ibn Saud. The British agent, Captain William Shakespear, was well received by the Bedouin. Similar diplomatic missions were established with any Arabian power who might have been able to unify and stabilize the region. The British entered into a treaty in December 1915 (the “Treaty of Darin”) which made the lands of the House of Saud a British protectorate and attempted to define the boundaries of the developing Saudi state. In exchange, Ibn Saud pledged to again make war against Ibn Rashid, who was an ally of the Ottomans.The British Foreign Office had previously begun to support Sharif Hussein bin Ali, Emir of the Hejaz by sending Lawrence of Arabia to him in 1915. The Saudi Ikhwan began to conflict with Emir Feisal also in 1917 just as his sons Abdullah and Faisal entered Damascus. The Treaty of Darin remained in effect until superseded by the Jeddah conference of 1927 and the Dammam conference of 1952 during both of which Ibn Saud extended his boundaries past the Anglo-Ottoman Blue Line. After Darin, he stockpiled the weapons and supplies which the British provided him, including a ‘tribute’ of £5,000 per month. After World War I, he received further support from the British, including a glut of surplus munitions. He launched his campaign against the Al Rashidi in 1920; by 1922 they had been all but destroyed.

On 3 March 1924, when the Grand National Assembly of Turkey formally abolished the caliphate. Hussein bin Ali then proclaimed himself caliph, basing his claim on his prophetic ancestry and his control of Islam’s two holiest mosques, the Masjid al-Haram and Masjid al-Nabawi (collectively known as the Haramayn, Arabic: الحرمين). Possession of the Haramayn was an indispensable condition for any caliph.

According to The Times, Mehmed VI, the last Ottoman sultan and penultimate Ottoman caliph, sent a telegraph of support to Hussein after he had proclaimed himself caliph. Nevertheless, King Hussein’s caliphate failed to receive wide recognition from the still-colonial Arab world and it was ended when the Hashemite family had to flee the Hejaz region after its capture by the Najdi Ikhwan forces of Ibn Saud (the founder of today’s Saudi Arabia) in 1924–1925.

Mehmed VI, the last Ottoman Sultan and penultimate Ottoman Caliph, sent a telegraph of support to Ḥusayn bin ‘Alī al-Hashimi after he had proclaimed himself Caliph. But Europe did not want a Islamic Caliphate in Union and peace with a refuge homeland for the Jewish people The Saud’s are not right-full rulers of Mecca.

Can you see how Europe played games and tricked us, and is still playing games and tricking us today?

That was the main threat:
Article VII

The Zionist Organization proposes to send to Palestine a Commission of experts to make a survey of the economic possibilities of the country, and to report upon the best means for its development. The Zionist Organization will place the aforementioned Commission at the disposal of the Arab State for the purpose of a survey of the economic possibilities of the Arab State and to report upon the best means for its development. The Zionist Organization will use its best efforts to assist the Arab State in providing the means for developing the natural resources and economic possibilities thereof.

They can’t permit themselves to have a Union in the Middle East, which is a very strategic and rich location.

It costs both sides dearly (Arabs and Jews), look at all the people dying in Syria, Iraq, Egypt,… today. If Europe would not interfere since 1920 we would already have had peace for 95 years. There would not have been a Holocaust neither. But a strong and rich and advanced and peaceful Middle East before Europe even knew what peace was.(1920)

A Washington Institute for Near East Policy poll showed that the Islamic State has more support in Europe than it does in the Middle East. The poll reported that only 3 percent of Egyptians, 5 percent of Saudis, and under 1 percent of Lebanese “expressed a positive opinion of the IS.” On the other hand, 7 percent of U.K. respondents had a favorable view of the group, as did 16 percent of French polled—with 27 percent of French citizens between 18-24 responding favorably.

Current Islam is a different religion than Islam was until 100 years ago. The reason is that the western anti-Semites have changed the leaders of Islam. Modern anti-Semitism started with the destruction of Judea and the deportation of the Judeans (Jews) by the Roman Empire in the first century. Today’s anti-Semitism is still the same it does not come from the Arabs but from the West (Roman Empire). The anti-Semitism that comes from the Arabs is recent and has been created by the colonial powers (ex-Roman Empire). When people attacking Islam, when true Islam is not the problem, people are not attacking the issue but actually are willing or not fuelling the anti-Semitic propaganda in the Muslim world, because by telling Muslims that they are bad because their Quran says “to kill the Jews where you find them”, you are helping Muslims believe the big-lie.

The reason they started to believe in lies from anti-Semites and the result is described in the Quran itself:Ongoing hostilities against Israel may lead to the War of Gog and Magog, of which the Qur’an says:

“There is a ban upon a city (Jerusalem) that We have destroyed; they (the Jews) shall not return till when Gog and Magog are unloosed, and they slide down out of every slope, and nigh has drawn the true promise, and behold, the eyes of the unbelievers staring: ‘Alas for us! We were heedless of this; nay, we were evildoers’”.Qur’an, Sura Anbiyaa (“The Prophets”), 21:96-98 (Arberry translation, page 331) (standard numbering: 21:95-97)

Who or what prompts you to enlist in the hordes of Gog and Magog?In this context the Qur’an warns:

“Upon the day when their faces are turned about in the Fire they shall say, ‘Ah, would we had obeyed God and the Messenger!’ They shall say, ‘Our Lord, we obeyed our chiefs and great ones, and they led us astray from the way. Our Lord, give them chastisement twofold, and curse them with a mighty curse”.Qur’an, Sura Ahzab (“The Confederates”), 33:66 (Arberry translation, page 435) (standard numbering: 33:66-68)

The next verse admonishes:

“O believers, be not as those who hurt Moses, but God declared him quit of what they said, and he was high honored with God”. Qur’an, Sura Ahzab (“The Confederates”), 33:67 (Arberry translation, page 435) (standard numbering: 33:69)

A Hadith now often quoted in anti-Jewish context, has stones and trees saying: “O Muslim, there is a Jew behind me, come and slay him” [Proceedings from the Fourth Conference, page 122]. This is a sad prediction of what is happening now. Are Muslims supposed to take the words of stones and trees for commandments instead of the Word of Allah? Transforming their own hearts into stones?

The Qur’an says Muslims must not harm Jews:

“Dispute not with the People of the Book, save in a fairer manner, except for those of them that go wrong; and say: ‘We believe in what has been sent down to us, and what has been sent down to you, our God and your God are One, and to Him we have surrendered” [Qur’an, “The Spider”, chapter 29:45].

“Have you considered? If it be from God, and you disbelieve in it, and a witness from among the Children of Israel bears witness to its like, and believes, and you wax proud — God guides not the people of the evildoers” [Qur’an, “Sand Dunes”, chapter 46:8,9].

After Britain and France back stabbed the Arabs in WW1 the man they helped take control of Islam, by removing the authentic Islamic/Arab authority, joined Hitler during WW2 against the British French and Jews, and the nazi propaganda impacts Islam until this day. (while watching it please remember that with the Muslim Authorithy before him we had an agreement for a Homeland refuge for the Jews)

The Big Lie

By the time Nazism arose in Germany in the 1930s, anti-Semitism was nothing new — not by a long shot. The Jewish people had suffered a long history of prejudice and persecution. And although Nazis perpetuated centuries-old lies, this time those lies would have their most devastating effects. Like never before, anti-Semitism was manifested in a sweeping national policy known as “the Final Solution,” which sought to eliminate Jews from the face of the Earth.To accomplish this, Adolf Hitler and his minister of propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, launched a massive campaign to convince the German people that the Jews were their enemies. Having taken over the press, they spread lies blaming Jews for all of Germany’s problems, including the loss of World War I. One outrageous lie dating back to the Middle Ages claimed that Jews engaged in the ritual killings of Christian children and used their blood in the unleavened bread eaten at Passover.Using Jews as the scapegoat, Hitler and his cronies orchestrated what they called “the big lie.” This theory states that no matter how big the lie is (or more precisely, because it’s so big), people will believe it if you repeat it enough. Everyone tells small lies, Hitler reasoned, but few have the guts to tell colossal lies. Because a big lie is so unlikely, people will come to accept it.This theory helps us understand so many of the lies throughout history. Although we’ve barely scratched the surface of all those lies.


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