Abbas: ‘Mufti is My Hero’

For anyone uncertain who the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem was, please watch this excellent German documentary on the relationship between him and Hitler at this location and embedded below.

From Israel National News:

Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas spoke glowingly last Friday of the “legacy” of infamous Nazi collaborator Hajj Amin al-Husseini,

By David Lev

First Publish: 1/6/2013, 10:11 PM
PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas

PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas
AFP photo

Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas spoke glowingly last Friday of the “legacy” of the infamous Hajj Amin al-Husseini, who was a collaborator with the Nazis, and was prepared to conduct the mass murder of the Jews of the Land of Israel in the event of a Nazi invasion. The Mufti, Abbas said, was a great man whose ways should be emulated by all PA Arabs, and was worthy of great praise.

Speaking to Arutz Sheva, David Bedein, the director of the Makor Yisraeli news agency and the Center for Middle East Research, said that Abbas made the comments during a Fatah march in Gaza last Friday. It was the first time in years that Fatah terrorists had been given permission by Hamas to march, and Abbas spoke to the marchers via video feed.

Abbas, Bedein said, wrote his doctorate at the University of Moscow on how the World Zionist Organization, not the Nazis, was responsible for the destruction of European Jewry. Given this, Abbas’s praise of the Mufti, the ultimate “Arab Nazi,” was very serious, and needed to be publicized, he said. The Mufti was also the antecedent of Fatah, which Abbas is currently chairman of.

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One Response to Abbas: ‘Mufti is My Hero’

  1. Richard says:

    The Moslems continue to do things like this and we get criticized when we say they are Nazi’s!!!

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