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The Arabic Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin Al Husseini with Adolf Hitler.
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Amin Al Husseini meets Heinrich Himmler, Head of Nazi SS.
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Amin Al Husseini at Nazi meeting in Berlin during WW II.
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Bosnian Nazi Muslim Flag under Amin Al Husseini.
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The pictures above shows Bosnian Muslim SS-soldiers in their Handschar Muslim uniforms.
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Muslim Nazi troops in traditional Muslim prayer (1943).
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Pictures above show the Arabic Grand Mufti of Jerusalem with Bosnian Muslim SS-soldiers.
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Yasser Arafat (far-right) at Amin Al Husseini's funeral (with Mufti of Lebanon).
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Palestinian soldiers under Yasser Arafat doing Nazi salute.
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Palestinian Police give Nazi Salute.
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Mein Kampf, written by Adolf Hitler, is a best-seller in the Arab and Muslim World including; Egypt, Palestine,[1] "moderate" Turkey,[2][3] and is also selling well in London areas with a large Arab population.[1] It is often sold along-side religious literature and strangely enough, Mein Kampf can be translated as "My Jihad" in Arabic. Other anti-Semitic literature like Protocols of the Elders of Zion,[3] a 19th-century anti-Semitic tract are also hugely popular.
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Mein Kampf is selling as well as Dan Brown's latest novel in Dhaka, Bangladesh,[4] where sales soar towards Eid, as it is bought by many as gifts.
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Nazi salute (West Bank, Jenin, June 19, 2007)
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A Muslim mother in Melbourne Australia with her daughter (2009).
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Hizballah Salute.
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Arab Muslim police give the Nazi salute (May 9, 2006).
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Samir Kuntar on arrival in Lebanon (2008).
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During a "cartoon" protest in London UK (2006).

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

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Sean O'Neill and John Steele - Mein Kampf for sale, in Arabic - The Telegraph, March 19, 2002
  2. Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' sells 50,000 copies in Turkey in three months - Agence France Presse, March 18, 2005
  3. 3.0 3.1 Antisemitism in the Turkish Media - MEMRI, April 28, 2005
  4. Alastair Lawson - Mein Kampf a hit on Dhaka streets - BBC News, November 27, 2009