New Nazi-Islamist Photographs Revealed

A harbinger of history repeating itself
Mohammed Amin al-Hussein visiting Germany in 1943.
Kedem Auction House

On June 27, the Kedem Auction House Ltd. of Jerusalem finished the sale of six previously unknown photographs that spotlighted the relationship between a Jerusalem Arab leader and Hitler’s Third Reich. The photos document a visit to Germany by Mufti Haj Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, accompanied by Nazi senior officials and government officials, during a 1943 concentration camp tour in Germany.

Born in Jerusalem in 1897, Amin al-Husseini was an Arab extremist who created a new Palestinian ideology, centered on Jerusalem, that sought to block Jewish immigration to Palestine. He fomented deadly riots against newly arrived Jewish immigrants as well as the British forces occupying Palestine. In 1920, the British sentenced Husseini to 10 years in prison for inciting riots.

None of that sentence was served, however, as Husseini was soon amnestied by Sir Herbert Samuel, British High Commissioner for Palestine, in an attempt to create a balance of power in Jerusalem. As the newly appointed mufti of Jerusalem, Husseini was empowered to continue his campaign of restoring the land to Dar al-Islam, meaning “the home of Islam” or “under the rule of Islam.” The mufti again engineered bloody riots against Jewish settlements in 1929 and 1936.

Following the riots of 1936, Husseini was thrown out of Palestine. He continued his extremist activities abroad. During World War II, the mufti actively recruited Muslim support for Germany. In November 1941, the mufti met with Hitler, and in 1943, he met and was photographed with SS head Heinrich Himmler, as the recently discovered photos reveal.

Particularly in Palestine

Ofer Aderet’s article in Haaretz on March 30, titled “Nazi SS Commander Wished Grand Mufti Success in Fight ‘Against the Jewish Invaders,’” carried the quip “Heinrich Himmler’s message, made public this week by Israel National Library, was sent to mark the ‘wretched’ Balfour Declaration and noted a shared recognition of ‘the enemy,’ world Jewry.”

The Himmler telegram reads:

To Grand Mufti Amin al-Husseini: From the outset, the National Socialist [Nazi] movement of greater Germany has been a standard-bearer in the battle against world Jewry. For this reason, it is closely following the battle of freedom-seeking Arabs, particularly in Palestine, against the Jewish invaders. The shared recognition of the enemy and the joint fight against it are creating the strong base [uniting] Germany and freedom-seeking Arabs around the world. In this spirit, I am pleased to wish you, on the anniversary of the wretched Balfour Declaration, warm wishes on your continued fight until the great victory.

It was signed by Himmler as “SS commander of the entire Third Reich.”

The Jewish Virtual Library writes,

The mufti sent Hitler 15 drafts of declarations he wanted Germany and Italy to make concerning the Middle East. One called on the two countries to declare the illegality of the Jewish home in Palestine. Furthermore, “they accord to Palestine and to other Arab countries the right to solve the problem of the Jewish elements in Palestine and other Arab countries … by the same method, that the question is now being settled in the Axis countries.”

History Repeats

Today, we see history repeating itself through the growing alliance between the leaders of Germany and the Palestinians. Once again, a relationship is developing between a powerful, German-led Europe and the Palestinians and Arabs at large. History offers revealing insights as to where this is headed.

There are striking similarities between Husseini, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, in the 1920s and 1930s, and Mahmoud Abbas, chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and president of the Palestinian Authority. Both were only able to attain and maintain their respective positions of power with the direct support of British and American leadership, despite well-documented histories of their support for violence and terrorism to destroy the Jews. To accomplish that purpose, they both formed an alliance with a powerful, Jew-hating Germany.

Abbas’s post-graduate degree thesis, which he completed in 1982 at the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, is considered by many to be Holocaust denial. He said Zionist agitation was the cause of the Holocaust, and dismissed as a “myth” and “fantastic lie” that 6 million Jews died in the Holocaust, writing that the real figure of Jews killed by Germans was at most “890,000” or “a few hundred thousand.”

Abbas does not condemn or even disapprove of continuing rocket attacks and suicide attacks by Hamas and his own Fatah movement. Fatah’s constitution—and by extension, Abbas himself—calls for the destruction of Israel (Article 12) and the use of terrorism against Israelis as an indispensable part of the struggle to achieve that goal (Article 19).

An Alliance With Germany

Husseini and Abbas both have well-documented histories of spending their political lives in rabid pursuit of the destruction of the Jews. To this end, they both have sought and formed an alliance with Germany: Husseini with the Nazis, and Abbas with the ruling party in modern Germany.

Husseini was a supporter and witness of Adolf Hitler’s slaughter of the Jews and actively participated in the Holocaust. In 1945, Yugoslavia indicted him as a war criminal for his role in recruiting 20,000 Muslim volunteers for the SS, who killed Jews in Croatia and Hungary. He escaped and continued his fight against the Jews from Cairo, Egypt.

Husseini died in 1974, but Abbas is still alive and in power—though many do not expect this near-83-year-old to survive much longer with his well-known heart problems. He will likely be replaced by someone close to him, who is prepared to carry on in his footsteps

One such candidate may be Adnan Ghaleb al-Husseini, the current PA governor of the Jerusalem District. He was formerly the head imam and manager of the al-Aqsa Mosque, and Abbas assigned him the role of grand mufti of Jerusalem in 2006. And is a grandson of Amin al-Husseini. Husseini continues to baselessly claim there are active threats against the mosque, including “digs around the mosque … tunnels leading into the mosque … everything going on beneath the mosque and even in parts of its backyard.” Husseini regularly encourages violence from the mosque.

Regardless of who might become the new head of the Palestinians, one thing is sure: Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany since 2005, described as the “the most powerful woman in the world” and “the leader of the free world,” will not be the one to repeat the history of a German-led alliance to destroy Israel and the Jews.

The New ‘Peacemaker’

Abbas recognizes Europe is much more pro-Palestinian than the U.S.: President Trump views him as unreliable, and Germany is positioning itself as the “morally ascendant” power ready to play a bigger role as trusted peacemaker.

Under Abbas’s leadership, the Palestinians, along with Germany and the Vatican, are of one mind to use the two-state solution as the unquestionable, de facto basis for the continuance of the so-called peace process, which has been a wildly successful 24-year strategy to isolate and weaken the nation of Israel.

Adam Rasgon of the Jerusalem Post wrote an article on March 24 titled: “Merkel, Abbas Say There Is ‘No Alternative’ to Two States.” Rasgon quoted Merkel saying: “As before, I see no reasonable alternative to the goal of a two-state solution. Both the Israeli and the Palestinian people have the right to live in peace and security and none of the other options can deliver that credibly.” …

Abbas then responded, “There is absolutely no other alternative. Either there will be two states or the occupation will remain in place, resulting in racial discrimination and apartheid.”

With these comments in mind, the following scenario becomes possible: The Palestinians, in concert with Germany and the Vatican, delegitimize President Trump’s ability to negotiate peace because he won’t accept their predetermined conditions for negotiations such as a freeze in settlement construction, refusal to recognize Israel as a legitimate nation, and withdrawal to the indefensible 1967 borders. Knowing that neither Trump nor Netanyahu will agree to these unacceptable preconditions, they will proclaim to the world that “they tried and Trump failed,” and therefore, Germany should take the lead to create peace.

Prophecy Becomes History

There are several prophecies that reveal how history is about to repeat itself. The Bible indicates that, once again, Germany will team up not only with the Palestinians but also other Arab nations to come against the Jews. The Bible also prophesies that a man will lead this onslaught.

Hosea 5:13 refers to the so-called peace process, which is actually a wound for the Jews, and how it will cause the Jews to turn to their historical mortal enemy, Germany, for protection.

We can clearly see this Arab-German alliance coming together. Supposedly created to fight terrorism, it is actually forming for the destruction of the modern-day nations of Israel(the United States, Britain and the Jewish nation in the Middle East).

God tells us why this holocaust is coming to the modern-day nations of Israel (Deuteronomy 28:58, 63):

If thou wilt not observe to do all the words of this law that are written in this book, that thou mayest fear this glorious and fearful name, the Lord thy God …. And it shall come to pass, that as the Lord rejoiced over you to do you good, and to multiply you; so the Lord will rejoice over you to destroy you, and to bring you to nought; and ye shall be plucked from off the land whither thou goest to possess it.

As the 74-year-old photographs of the Nazi-Islamist leadership collusion against the Jews come to light, they are a harbinger of things immediately before us—prophecy that will soon become history