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World War II

Amin al-Husseini

The Arab Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin al-Husseini, with Adolf Hitler.
Amin al-Husseini meets Heinrich Himmler, Head of Nazi SS.
Amin al-Husseini at Nazi meeting in Berlin during WWII.

Muslim SS-Soldiers

The collar patch of Handschar, worn on the right collar by Bosnian Muslim Nazis in place of the SS Sig runes worn by Germanic SS divisions.
The pictures above shows Bosnian Muslim SS-soldiers in their Handschar Muslim uniforms.
Muslim Nazi troops in traditional Muslim prayer (1943).
Pictures above show the Arabic Grand Mufti of Jerusalem with Bosnian Muslim SS-soldiers.
Yasser Arafat (far-right) at Amin Al Husseini's funeral (with Mufti of Lebanon).

Modern Day

Mein Kampf

Mein Kampf, written by Adolf Hitler, is a best-seller in the Muslim World including; Egypt, Palestine, Turkey, and is also selling well in London areas with a large 'Arab' population.
Mein Kampf is selling as well as Dan Brown's latest novel in Dhaka, Bangladesh,[1] where sales soar towards Eid, as it is bought by many as gifts.

Muslim Protests

A Muslim mother in Melbourne Australia with her daughter (2009).
During a "cartoon" protest in London UK (2006).

Nazi Salute

Palestinian soldiers under Yasser Arafat doing Nazi salute.
Nazi salute (West Bank, Jenin, June 19, 2007)
Hizballah Salute.
Police give the Nazi salute (May 9, 2006).
Samir Kuntar on arrival in Lebanon (2008).


Swastika flag in the Arab Muslim settlement of Beit Ummar (May 20, 2013)

See Also

  • Nazism - A hub page that leads to other articles related to Nazism
  • Antisemitism - A hub page that leads to other articles related to Antisemitism


  1. Alastair Lawson - Mein Kampf a hit on Dhaka streets - BBC News, November 27, 2009