The Nazi-Inspired Jew-Hate of the Muslim Brotherhood


The revolutions in the Arab world that began earlier this year were noticeably low on anti-Jewish propaganda, leading many scholars to express the hope that the West had less to lose from the overthrow of men like Hosni Mubarak than previously thought. But if German scholar Matthias Küntzel is correct, one incident should adjust the expectations that the Muslim Brotherhood—who expect to perform well in Egypt’s upcoming parliamentary elections—can be a moderating force in Egyptian politics.

That one incident was the return and reception of Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the leading Brotherhood theologian who has praised Hitler and endorsed the Islamic acceptance of terrorism against Israel.

“It was no accident that Ahmadinejad, after the first time he [expressed] his Holocaust denial—a kind of propaganda coup—the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt were the first to applaud,” Küntzel, author of Jihad and Jew-Hatred: Islamism, Nazism and the Roots of 9/11, told me in an interview this week. “And also his promise to destroy Israel was of course very welcomed by the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood. So I think that anti-Semitism is a central part of their ideology.”

But the Brotherhood is taking part in a democratic process, and they are seemingly pushing a reformist political agenda, which is leading to a debate over whether their history and ideology can be separated from their role in day-to-day politics. Küntzel warns against this. “On the one hand they are of course reformists as far as their political strategy is concerned,” Küntzel said. “So they want to participate in democratic elections. But that does not change their program. And we had the same in Germany. Adolf Hitler tried it with a putsch for the fist time in 1923, and later his Nazi party changed the approach and tried the parliamentary way… via the democratic way.”

The question we must ask, Küntzel said, is what the goals of the Muslim Brotherhood are, rather than how they attempt to gain power. “And as far as foreign policy is concerned, they want to destroy Israel, definitely. There is no differentiation between Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. … This is their program. You can see their program realized in the Gaza Strip today.”

Küntzel’s groundbreaking work exposing the strain of Nazi ideology present in the Islamist world and how it got there earned him the Anti-Defamation League’s Paul Ehrlich-Gunther K. Schwerin Human Rights Award in February—an honor usually given to politicians or other public servants.

“This was a big surprise for me,” Küntzel said, adding that the award was received with great appreciation not just from Küntzel himself, but from other researchers and writers in the field.

“Matthias Küntzel has a long and distinguished record in speaking out against anti-Semitism and warning his readers in his native Germany and elsewhere about the dangers posed by this age-old virus that has no known cure,” ADL Director Abe Foxman said at the award ceremony. “His work has been sorely under-appreciated in this country.  With this recognition, we hope to acknowledge his ongoing efforts and also let the American public know of the implications of this disturbing trend.”

I asked Küntzel how important individual players, such as Hajj Amin al-Husseini, who was the mufti of Jerusalem during WWII and struck up an alliance with the Nazis, were to the successful transmission of Nazi anti-Semitism to the Muslim world.

Very important, was the answer—especially in light of what was essentially a partnership in Jew-hatred between the two.

“He made the suggestion to the Nazis in the thirties that he they should use this type of radio propaganda against the Jews, so it went both ways,” he said. “At the time, only the Italian fascists used the tool.”

On the other hand, he noted, al-Husseini wasn’t well known or popular in Iran during that time, so there was a limit to how far the mufti could spread the propaganda. In the case of Iran, the Nazis used a popular radio host who could spread their ideology in a way that was localized to Iranian issues and Persian culture.

“The most important thing is the concept on the whole that you sell anti-Semitism in a way which fits to the people’s customs,” Küntzel said. This meant recognizing that the Arab-Israeli conflict was a much more salient issue among Arabs than in Iran. “The Nazis were smart enough to make this differentiation.”

Küntzel is very disappointed with the response by Western leaders to the naked anti-Semitism and the presence of Nazi ideology in public statements by influential clerics like Qaradawi, such as when he praised the Holocaust.

“If the pope would do something like this, or some of those surrounding the pope in Rome, there would be an outcry throughout the world,” Küntzel said. “But if this kind of very important Muslim speaker does the same, there is silence. And the reason is that people underestimate and don’t know much about the roots of this anti-Semitism. The traditional way to analyze this is to say, well this is the result of the Middle East conflict so if Israel and Zionism would behave more correctly and we can finish with the conflict, then we can finish with anti-Semitism as well.”

This is what Küntzel calls the filter that exists between actual events and their interpretation. Anti-Semitism, or at least a certain strain of it, was imported into the Middle East, and is now being exported from it.

“We are just at the beginning of a change in the analysis of the roots of the anti-Semitism in the Middle East,” Küntzel said. “And I consider this a very important task also to educate Western governments that this is not just the outcome of a conflict caused by Jews who immigrated to Palestine, but that this is something very similar to Nazi anti-Semitism and has to be taken as seriously as the Nazi anti-Semitism was taken.”

Küntzel said he is trying to dispel the false assumption that anti-Semitism has anything to do with Jewish behavior—it doesn’t. Anti-Semitism stems from the mind of the anti-Semite, not with anything the Jews do. So to couch it in terms of a Jewish issue, he said, is completely backwards. It is the province of non-Jews, and therefore must be dealt with by non-Jews as well, not ignored. The Jews, he said, can’t do anything about anti-Semitism if it is not dealt with by society at large.

And it’s the job of researchers and educators not the fall into this trap, and to be willing to reassess and reevaluate preconceived notions such as this, when they are so clearly an obstacle to an accurate understanding of the issue.

“This is an ongoing struggle in the academic world,” Küntzel said.

Seth Mandel is a writer specializing in Middle Eastern politics and a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Horowitz Freedom Center.

  • BLT

    Deshawn
    Maybe you are not a nazi, and perhaps you don't support killing anyone. But you are still an ignorant anti semite. By your reasoning, since many people have expressed contempt, hatred, and dislike for blacks throughout history, it must not be an irrational hatred. Why not read Kunzel's book and get on with your recovery? Hope this helps.

  • Bamaguje

    "Does it ever occur to you folks to ask yourself WHY so many people dislike jews? Kicked out of hundreds of countries throughout history, and you STILL think it's just "irrational hatred?" – DeShawn

    Religion is the number one reason for Jew hatred.
    Both Christianity and Islam claim to be offshoots of Judaism, but Jews considered them bastardizations of Jewish religious tradition, and accordingly Jews do not accept Jesus as Messiah, nor Mohammed as a prophet.
    Furthermore both bogus religions (Islam & Christianity) falsely blamed Jews for killing their founders.
    Jews were supposedly responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus, while a Jewess allegedly poisoned Mohammed.
    Consequently both Christians (especially in Europe) and Muslims have historically hated and persecuted Jews.
    But while Christians have mostly gotten over their religion induced anti-semitism (thanks largely to secular Western civilization), Muslims whose lives are still dominated by intolerant totalitarian Islam haven't.

    • StephenD

      Bam, you make several valid points but tend slightly to override them with your comment "… both bogus religions (Islam & Christianity)…."Frankly, I take offense to this. I am not Jewish but a Christian who supports the Jewish people  and look to them as my "spiritual older siblings" if you will. To be called Bogus will only put you in the class of being "anti-Christian" just as a person calling Judaism Bogus should be labeled an "anti-Semite."

    • Foolster41

      Bam: You make it sound like Christianity and Islam are basiclty the same, but anti-sematism is only in the core teachings of one of those two religions.

      I'll give a hint: It's not the one that beleives the son of God came to earth as a Jew.

      "Jews were supposedly responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus, while a Jewess allegedly poisoned Mohammed."
      This is silly. Jesus did exist (There are numbers of secular accounts) and he was killed by Jews (and Roman authorities) so to say it is "alleged" is false, and sounds like an attempt to smear Christians.

      Nowhere does the scripture try to blame all Jews for that, only on that generation. Christians who persecuted Jews did so COUNTER to the teachings of Christianity.

      I'd urge you to take a closer look at the teachings of Christianity and Islam before trying to conflate them as the same.

    • Guest

      Religions people would say that Jews are disliked because of Satan working in the world. Jews had accepted God's laws, and ethics summarized in 10 commandments. Also, Jews had given world Christianity, whose Bible includes Hebrew Bible (making up 4/5 of the total Bible! Not to mention that Jesus (Joshua) was a Jew, who proclaimed that people have to follow the LAW (meaning law as described in Tora and explained by Talmud). Judaism is not about just belief but about ACTION. Actions speak louder than words!

      Unlike Christians and Muslims, Jews are focused on reality of THIS world, rather than expecting good things to happen after one is dead (Muslims are urged to focus on "eternal" life and Christians are urged to be "saved".

      There is also an element of envy. It is not a coincidence that 22% of ALL Nobel prizes had gone to Jews, who make up only 0.5% the World population (14 millions of Jews in a world of 7 billion people). Jews have been defamed and evil people project their own evil onto Jews. For example Muslim Holocaust deniers, such as Ahmedinijad and Abbas, project their own evil deeds and aspirations onto Jews. Some Jews also project in the opposite direction: They project their own humanity onto people that would behead them if they could because they are Jews, like those Pakistanis did to Daniel Pearl.

      As Hillel, the great Jewish rabbi who lived in Jerusalem in the beginning of the New Era (2000 years ago), said when asked about meaning of Judaism: Don't do unto others what is hateful to you. The rest is commentary…now go and study. Hillel also said: If I am not for myself, who will be? If I am ONLY for myself, what AM I? and If not NOW WHEN?

  • worried

    You are not a Nazi???????

    Just a simple crazy Jew hater anti Semite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Larry

    This is addressed to DeShawn. This may be hard for you to understand taking into consideration your limited mental capacity and overly anti-semitic pea brain . We are not fighting any wars for Israel We are fighting wars in the Middle East for Oil. It's always been for OIl.

  • Andres de Alamaya

    The only people I have personally known who hated Jews were self-hating Jews who voted for Obama. As for the history of anti-Semitism, it strikes me that Jewish culture has been partially responsible. The folly of their religious leaders precludes proselytizing which left their numbers small, has much to do with it. Hitler would have thought twice before messing with a group that had a billion adherents around the world. Jews too often adopted a "victim" role. The whole world can be analyzed in the school yard. Kids and bullies will pick on the kid who doesn't fight back. The biggest bullies will stay away from the little kid who takes no cr-p. They might be big enough to beat him up but they know that he'll kick and bite and fight back to hurt them and nobody likes being hurt. Jews have shown this very wrong attitude in Israel, too. They put up with eight-ten years of Gazans lobbing rockets at them before they responded, and then they stopped the operation before fully destroying the enemy, which they could have done. You would quickly see a great reduction in anti-Semitism if it became dangerous to be an anti-Semite; if it could lead to a bloody nose or assassination. A lot of “political correctness” vis-à-vis Muslims comes out of fear of fatwas. Folks know that Muslims are dangerous, might blow themselves up to kill you. If a pathetic creature like DeShawn had to look over his shoulder in fear of his life for his statements and attitude, you might find a dramatic change in his attitude in very little time.

    • Phillip Galey

      No, my friend; you greatly mis-apprehend facts which underly the human condition. Until such time as the innate nature of his innermost being changes, DeShawn's basic mental attitude must remain the same, . . .

    • Eduardo N

      I think there is something in the small number of Jews, and the lack of a missionary stance, that creates an impression of they and us, rather than we are all God's chosen.

    • Guest

      We should stop blaming Jews for their misfortunes when there were no Israel! Jews do have a tendency of self-examination and sometimes project their own goodness on people who do not deserve it, like Arabs in Gaza and West Bank. There are some Jewish activists who organize all kinds of "peace" activities, while hurting both their fellow Jews and peace itself. Peace cannot be had without understanding reality and pretending that Islam is a peaceful religion like any other religion is delusion that is very costly to US.

      The Saudi terrorists who were plunging their planes into World Trade Center on 9/11 were screaming Allahu Akbar, and NOT Hail Mary, Shema Israel or Om! IT is Islam Itself, stupid! Koranic verses and Hadith are filled with hatred of the non-Muslims , apartheid and misogyny. Pretending that it is not so is VERY harmful to the people of peace on this planet. Islam needs reformation badly if it wants respect!. Obama administration's claim that Islam has nothing to do with terrorism is a travesty of justice and truth While US is NOT at war with Islam, it is Islam itself that had been waging wars against the US and the rest of the civilized war., since its very inception in the mind of an illiterate pedophile polygamist (who married Aisha, one of his 12 wives, when she was 6 and he was 51) and a murderer, responsible for a gruesome murder (by beheading) of 900 Jews from Medina, who would not accept this vile guy as their 'final" prophet!

      If 1,600 millions of Muslims take this guy (who would be put to jail in non-Muslim countries both for a rape of a minor and multiple murder) as their most perfect and final prophet, how can you have respect for such ideas?! Islam means SUBMISSION to the "word of God" as explained by the medieval evil imams and mullah who are teaching hate of non-Muslims in their mosques.

  • Andres de Alamaya

    Out of curiosity I clicked the link supplied by DeShawn to see who his mentor was. The link takes you to a rant by a man named Steele who blames Jews for everything in the world including earthquakes and tsunamis. Here is what Wikipedia has on Steele:

    Edgar J. Steele is an American attorney and author from northern Idaho best known for serving as the defense attorney for the white nationalist organization, the Aryan Nations.
    On June 11, 2010, Edgar Steele was arrested and charged along with a second man in connection with a alleged murder-for-hire plot to kill Steele's wife and mother-in-law.[1] Steele's wife and other Steele supporters, including former Klansman David Duke have stated that the only reason the (Federal Bureau of Investigation) put him in jail is to silence him.[2] [3]. Steele's trial is set to begin on March 7, 2011. He recently requested and received a new defense lawyer, but remains behind bars.[4]
    He defended the Aryan Nations in a lawsuit, which he ultimately lost.[5] In another case Steele challenged Idaho's hate crime laws in defending Lonny Rae, a man who had been charged with malicious harassment for shouting the pejorative word "n–ger" at a referee who had slightly injured Rae's wife, Kimberly (a reporter for a local newspaper), while trying to prevent her from taking a photograph following a high school football match. He argued that the law breached the constitutional right to free speech under the First Amendment. Rae was cleared of this charge but sentenced to seven days imprisonment for assault.[6] Rae's conviction was overturned on appeal, which also was handled by Steele.[citation needed] He has also worked as a spokesman for Prussian Blue.[7]

    'Nuff said?

    • Charley 60

      It is a blessing to know that there compound was destoryed after loosing it in a lawsuit. We living in north Idaho could not have any events for years without the hate filled propaganda being there. If there is a scum of the earth it is these types of hate groups.

  • ziontruth

    Throughout history, both Europeans and Arabs alike regarded black people as worthy of nothing but slavery. By your own logic, are you going to ask WHY blacks got such treatment?

  • ziontruth

    "…I DON'T support killing jews…"

    No, you just cheer for the those who do, the Muslims. In that, you are in the same "honorable" company as most left-wingers of today.

    "That's why I'm opposed to the wars for Isreal that America is fighting in the Middle East."

    America fighting wars for Israel… I guess you also believe 9/11 was an inside job. It's usual with those who hold one conspiracy theory to hold them all.

    "It's real simple: they wouldn't hate us if we weren't supporting that Zioni$t cancer."

    It's real simple: The Muslims hate you for what you are (a non-Muslim), not for what you do. If you need details, ask a Danish cartoonist.

    Appeasing Islam on Israel's expense will not help. Quite the contrary: It will only embolden the Islamic imperialists, just as the forcing of Czechoslovakia to cede the Sudetenland only emboldened the Nazis.

    The Sudeten-Arabs of our day are the Arab settlers in Palestine falsely calling themselves "Palestinians" (a name that only Jews can licitly claim for themselves). You spelled Israel as "Isreal," which carries a grain of truth: It's IsREAL vs. BOGUStine.

    • Dispozovdaburka

      The Muslim Brotherhood helped the Third Reich.
      The Muslim Brotherhood is helping the Fourth Reich.
      End goal "Take back Jerusalem."
      NWO
      Beware Israel.

  • ziontruth

    A "black" man sitting in a tree with white supremacists… Something's fishy here.

    The case is almost closed. The only thing still leaving room for doubt is I've seen one actual case of a consorting that should raise eyebrows. In the following article on one Marxist website, the columnist not only alleges that Hitler didn't really hate Jews as such but only their role as Communist revolutionaries ("Bolshevism, which indeed was largely a Jewish endeavor" bloviates this columnist), but also gives a citation for his claim taken from… white supremacist website VDARE!

    The writer is a Marxist, the website a fanatical Marxist website, yet he wrote this and the website owners approved it. If that can happen, then a black man quoting white supremacist sources for support of his Jew-hatred isn't a total impossibility. Of course, on the Internet nobody knows you're a dog, so it may well be this filthy critter is lying about his skin color. But ultimately, what does it matter? I hate anti-Zionists no matter their political positioning or the color of their skin.

    • Jacob

      VDARE.com is not a "white supremacist" website, and it is really disingenuous to classify it as such.

  • jacob

    I confess I wasted my time reading the link to STEELE's piece of wet used toilet
    paper this DESHAWN Judeophobe included in his comment and it reminded me
    of Henry Ford's "The International Jew", his diatribes in the DEARBORN paper,,
    The Protocols of the Wise Men of the Jews, etc,. the same filth and half truths
    wrapped in double lies…
    But what I would like all of these Judeophobe morons to tell me, Is when did an
    AMERICAN SOLDIER EVER SHED A DROP OF SWEAT, LET ALONE OF BLOOD
    FOR ISRAEL and better cut out the crap about BUSH going after SADDAM
    HUSSEIN for Israel as, if all of you conveniently forgot, lttle Israel beat the
    living hell of IRAQ;s tanks in the Six Days War and the Yom Kippur war and blew
    up without much fanfare his nuclear reactors…
    Shame we Jews can't deal with you the way you have proven ad nauseam you
    wouldn't hesitate to deal with us

    • CHARLEY 60

      Yes this Christan must agree. If there ever was and Internationl Disgrace It was how the world turned it's back on (and turned back) the Jew's in WW 2. More power to you! I have no doubt that ,if again, the Muslims try to push Israel into the sea they again will have there ass kicked, and justly so. And I'll cheer you on.

  • Cynic

    ““But if this kind of very important Muslim speaker does the same, there is silence. And the reason is that people underestimate and don’t know much about the roots of this anti-Semitism. ”

    No, people do not underestimate the roots of antisemitism. It is that they agree with the important Muslim speaker.
    One need only analyse the rhetoric out of Europe to perceive this very clearly.

  • Irwin Ruff

    This article seems to perpetuate the false impression that modern Muslim anti-Semitism was introduced by the Nazis. In reality, Muslim anti-Semitism goes all the way back to Mohammad, and thus has been a principle of Muslim culture for some seven hundred years. It might be notable that the Jewish badge was first introduced by a Muslim country, not by a European country.

    • P.D.

      As far as I've heard, Hitler admired the totalitarian nature of islam and their use of an aspect of religion to control and motivate the masses, possibly realizing it wasn't really a religion but political ideology, not too dissimilar from what he wanted. He also set about doing the same but within christianity. I think it's more certain Hitler used islam's already well known desire to kill all jews to advance his own thinking, not the other way around.

  • http://karmafishies.blogspot.com/ Michael Lumish

    Thank you for this piece, Seth.

    I've been promoting Kuntzel and Paul Berman and Jeffrey Herf to my friends on the Left and within liberal circles… needless to say, they do not seem much interested.

    I wonder why the progressive-left has such a hard time facing the Radical Jihad and the Nazi foundation of the Brotherhood?

    • claspur

      Read Glazov's 'United in Hate', Mike.
      It answers a lot of your 'whys'.

  • steven l

    Similar to the individual being raped who is accused of provoking the rapist!
    The Qur'an apparently has a lot to say about this topic.
    The left and democrats were and are still infatuated with the communists so it goes with the brotherhood.
    It is all about primal jealousy.

  • mgoldberg

    Even Kuntzel misses the facts of Islam's endless hatred of all infildels since the time of it's false prophet and thru it's entire history. And for measure- here's a sufi 'master' from morocco- where mystiism is used by many to characterize a 'moderate' non lethal Islam but here is a commentary on the meaning of the 'jizyah' the taxation of all infidels, and what it means. This is from the 1700's, and should be a reminder of what Islam represents, and how this 'mystic' sufic master represents all of Islam and what it actually means as opposed to merely the viral transmission of naziism that kunzel suggests. Here is the commentary:

     Tafsir Ibn Kathir 

    Paying Jizyah is a Sign of Kufr and Disgrace

    Allah said,

    (until they pay the Jizyah), if they do not choose to embrace Islam,
    (with willing submission), in defeat and subservience,

    (and feel themselves subdued.), disgraced, humiliated and belittled. Therefore, Muslims are not allowed to honor the people of Dhimmah or elevate them above Muslims, for they are miserable, disgraced and humiliated. Muslim recorded from Abu Hurayrah that the Prophet said,

    (Do not initiate the Salam to the Jews and Christians, and if you meet any of them in a road, force them to its narrowest alley.) This is why the Leader of the faithful `Umar bin Al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, demanded his well-known conditions be met by the Christians, these conditions that ensured their continued humiliation, degradation and disgrace. The scholars of Hadith narrated from `Abdur-Rahman bin Ghanm Al-Ash`ari that he said, "I recorded for `Umar bin Al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, the terms of the treaty of peace he conducted with the Christians of Ash-Sham: `In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. This is a document to the servant of Allah `Umar, the Leader of the faithful, from the Christians of such and such city. When you (Muslims) came to us we requested safety for ourselves, children, property and followers of our religion. We made a condition on ourselves that we will neither erect in our areas a monastery, church, or a sanctuary for a monk, nor restore any place of worship that needs restoration nor use any of them for the purpose of enmity against Muslims. We will not prevent any Muslim from resting in our churches whether they come by day or night, and we will open the doors [of our houses of worship] for the wayfarer and passerby. Those Muslims who come as guests, will enjoy boarding and food for three days. We will not allow a spy against Muslims into our churches and homes or hide deceit [or betrayal] against Muslims. We will not teach our children the Qur'an, publicize practices of Shirk, invite anyone to Shirk or prevent any of our fellows from embracing Islam, if they choose to do so. We will respect Muslims, move from the places we sit in if they choose to sit in them. We will not imitate their clothing, caps, turbans, sandals, hairstyles, speech, nicknames and title names, or ride on saddles, hang swords on the shoulders, collect weapons of any kind or carry these weapons. We will not encrypt our stamps in Arabic, or sell liquor. We will have the front of our hair cut, wear our customary clothes wherever we are, wear belts around our waist, refrain from erecting crosses on the outside of our churches and demonstrating them and our books in public in Muslim fairways and markets. We will not sound the bells in our churches, except discretely, or raise our voices while reciting our holy books inside our churches in the presence of Muslims, nor raise our voices [with prayer] at our funerals, or light torches in funeral processions in the fairways of Muslims, or their markets. We will not bury our dead next to Muslim dead, or buy servants who were captured by Muslims. We will be guides for Muslims and refrain from breaching their privacy in their homes.' When I gave this document to `Umar, he added to it, `We will not beat any Muslim. These are the conditions that we set against ourselves and followers of our religion in return for safety and protection. If we break any of these promises that we set for your benefit against ourselves, then our Dhimmah (promise of protection) is broken and you are allowed to do with us what you are allowed of people of defiance and rebellion.'''

    (30. And the Jews say: "Uzayr (Ezra) is the son of Allah,'' and the Christians say: "The Messiah is the son of Allah.'' That is their saying with their mouths, resembling the saying of those who disbelieved aforetime. May Allah fight them, how they are deluded away from the truth!) (31. They (Jews and Christians) took their rabbis and their monks to be their lords besides Allah, and (they also took as their Lord) the Messiah, son of Maryam, while they were commanded to worship none but One God, none has the right to be worshipped but He. Praise and hallowed be He above what they associate (with Him).'')

  • dlp

    The Nazis inspired the Muslim Brotherhood's Jew hatred? Er, I think Jew hatred in the Brotherhood's thinking well pre-dates the Nazis – its encoded into Islamic eschatology and law. Why isn't Andrew Bostom's work, compiling copious amounts of evidence to show this, mentioned?

  • waterwillows

    dlp,

    Yes, I do agree with you. Long before there were nazis, long before there was a place called Europe and long before there were Christians; the ideology of the 'final solution' was born. It has been handed down throughout the generations infecting peoples and countries everywhere. It has expanded and diminished a number of times, but has never been completely eliminated.
    In the times of the muslim prophet there were enemies of Israel everywhere. They were following in the footsteps of their forefathers. It has been spreading far longer than most people realize. It simply spilled out into receptive vessels in the 20th century. And continues to spill out where there is an opportunity to do so.

  • morris wise

    Discontent throughout the Middle-East will grow until every citizen has a job or welfare check. Due to economic limitations useful jobs are not available, but inessential jobs can be created and welfare checks given to the unemployable. This solution is unrealistic but it is demanded by the faithful. Unrealistic demands in the Middle-East will logically lead to the genocide of the useless unless God is great and pays the bills.

    • http://sheikyermami.com/ sheik yer'mami

      Nonsense. The ME is driven by hatred and the obsession with conquest of infidel lands. The poverty schtick is the Klintoon garbage that got us where we are today.

      No amount of money or jobs can pacify them. They are obsessed with the idea to lord over us.

  • waterwillows

    It is not possible for Islam to produce prosperity. No doubt they would chop it's head off.
    And it is not possible for everyone else to support them.
    I have no doubt that the bill is going to be paid though. Paid in full.

  • http://sheikyermami.com/ sheik yer'mami

    Kuntzel still doesn't get it.

    "Islamism" doesn't exist.

    Jew hatred is deeply rooted in the Koran and the sunna and is the lifeblood of Islam.

    Kuntzel is flogging a dead horse.

    The Nazis are gone but the Muslims are here. Now the question is: what are we gonna do about it?

    • Dispozovdaburka

      NWO is National Socialism.
      NAtional "soZIalist. Nationalosozilistiche Deutsche Arbeiterpartei,
      A philosophy or system of government that exercises a dictatorship typically through the merging of state and business leadership together with an ideology of beligerent nationlism.
      Muslims backed them then.
      Muslims back them now.
      Same horse, different color.

  • wingwiper

    Since 2001 it has been encouraging that so many have turned to face the emergence of such horrors – and we must see it through to the end; teaching our children to do the same. The matter is far from settled but we have not yet been over run. It is a daily, hourly, contest.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    Since anti-Semitism has always been a very big part of Islam, the adaptation of Nazi anti-Semitism being appended onto Islamic anti-Semitism was only natural. But beyond anti-Semitism being intrinsic to Islam, hatred of all kafir infidel unbelievers is also intrinsic to Islam, as all Muhammadans are obligated to have nothing but enmity in their hearts for unbelievers. Hence, incessant incitement to hatred and violence especially against Jews but also for all kafir infidel unbelievers is not a result of what Jews or other unbelievers do or do not do, but instead it is a product of Islam itself and it is done in deference to Allah and in emulation of Muhammad (PBUH).

    Indeed, most Euroloons today are totally oblivious to Islam exactly because they are so obsessed, transfixed, and completely consumed with Jew hating that they can’t see that after anti-Semitism, kafir infidel unbelievers are hatred nearly as much as Jews. In fact, because anti-Americanism is almost as rampant in the Islamic world as intense Jew hatred is today, America is becoming the next Israel and the American people the new Jews in the minds of a lot of unhinged leftwing Euroloons, as no matter what the USA does or does not do, it is twisted around to incite hatred and violence against America and Americans.

    Nevertheless, it doesn’t matter what Israel and the Jews do or do not do, or what America or Americans do or do not do, as it doesn’t matter what they do or do not do since it will be twisted and turned and used to incite hatred and violence against them no matter what, because again all Muhammadans are obligated to have nothing but enmity in their hearts for all kafir infidel unbelievers. Even the Euroloons, although they cluelessly believe otherwise, are hated by devout Muhammadans no matter what they do or do not do.

  • claspur

    Didn't know about any Hitler/Muslim alliance until I read 'Icon of Evil' almost four years ago, and Haj Amin al-Husseini. (look the book-up, online)

  • kafir4life

    Question about islam……..From what I've read that's been written by muslims about islam, I came to the conclusion that islam is a gutter cult, invented by a madman, a rapist, a murderer, a thief, and otherwise the worst example of humanity (aka mohamat). A disgusting piece of sub-human filth. It also seems that the bulk of muslims spend their lives trying to emulate this son of a pig and a dog. Islam hates all that is not islam, including hatred of those they suspect of following the terror guide (the koran) and mad mo (their false prophet) in not the same way as them, or for not being "muslim" enough.
    My views of islam come 100% from observing muslims, and listening to what they have to say. Some muslims may object by saying I'm listening to the wrong sort of muslims, but a muslim is a muslim is a muslim, and I'll decide what muslims I get my islamic education from.

    • kafir4life

      Wow! Early…..forgot my question…..

      Is that them?

  • Dispozovdaburka

    The book, The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism by Chuck Morse, is worth the read, on this issue.