Veteran journalist and nonpareil activist gadfly Pamela Geller's current educational bus advertisement campaign introduces the U.S. masses to Islamic Jew-hatred and its Koranic origins. The ads feature an iconic image of ex-Mufti of Jerusalem Hajj Amin el-Husseini, meeting with his World War II ally, Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler. The doctrinal and historical veracity of Geller's campaign can be readily established, as I will show.
The photo highlighted in Pamela Geller's bus ads captures the ugly historical nexus between Nazi and Islamic Jew-hatred - the latter embodied by Hajj Amin el-Husseini. November 2013, I released the first detailed, textual analysis of el-Husseini's canonical Islamic antisemitism, The Mufti's Islamic Jew-Hatred: What the Nazis Learned from the "Muslim Pope."
During 1938, a booklet Muhammad Sabri edited, "Islam, Judentum, Bolschewismus (Islam, Jewry, Bolshevism)," was published in Berlin including Hajj Amin el-Husseini’s 1937 declaration - also deemed by some as a "fatwa" - appealing to the worldwide Muslim umma (community). El-Husseini's declaration was extracted and reprinted, separately, by the Nazi regime as "Islam und Judentum (Islam and Jewry)," and distributed to Muslim SS units in Bosnia, Croatia, and the Soviet Union. [Go here for the complete story...]