Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Egyptian Grand Mufti Attacks Pamela Geller's Bus Ads

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...]

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