Monday, September 14, 2015

A History of Pogroms and the Holocaust Part Three - Islam

According to Mark Twain, Palestine" was "desolate" in the late 1800's. When Jews slowly began returning to Eretz Yisrael, they were very knowledgeable about agriculture and began reviving the land. As soon as Arabs began to see this wasteland becoming an oasis, they decided to migrate.
[For the sake of brevity I must leave out much detail. Perhaps I will need to write a Part Four.]
After World War I, the Balfour Declaration was signed, and the Jewish Homeland was established. Jews migrated by the hundreds of thousands. Arabs also migrated, and before long tensions arose. The British, at a loss for how to deal with the situation, began limiting Jewish migration, interned the Jews, ultimately deciding to deport some of them, and they tried to appease the Arabs.
Enter Hajj Amin al-Husseini.
The British had appointed him the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem in hopes he would calm the Arab population. This move proved to be devastating for the Jewish people:
The above video omits a very important event, the Hebron Massacre of 1929. The Mufti had established rules for how and when Jews could pray on the Temple Mount, considered by the Arabs to be a "holy site". How it came to be a "holy site" in Islam remains a mystery. The only connection I am aware of is that, while Mohammad was on his way to "Paradise", his imaginary flying horse became tethered to the Western Wall. Go figure.
Anyway, on a hot day, Jews went to the Temple Mount to pray. As the heat became overwhelming the elderly began to sit down, which was forbidden. In order to keep Jewish derrieres from touching Islam's "holy site", people began bringing in chairs for them to use. That was not good enough. The Arabs became enraged and a pogrom began in Hebron, where Jews and Arabs had lived peacefully together for years until that day. Jews were killed "each according to his work", meaning bakers were baked in their own ovens, scholars' heads were pierced and their brains used for kick balls, and so on. All of this with the Mufti's blessing.
Enter Hitler.
Al-Husseini was fascinated by Hitler and saw in him a solution to the Arabs' problem. Reciprocally, Hitler had a fascination with Islam:
The two had a common goal: Get rid of the Jews. Why? In part because of a KGB publication called "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion", which was written to promote anti-Semitism after the Bolshevik Revolution, which Arabs consider to be a factual account, and which Hitler quoted repeatedly in "Mein Kampf". To that end, they formed an alliance that culminated in the "Final Solution". The Mufti oversaw Himmler's Muslim armies in Yugoslavia, Bosnia, and Kosovo as they committed mass genocide. As the video explains, such massacres continued after the end of World War II.
The Russians wrote the "Protocols" to scapegoat the Jews after losing the Bolshevik Revolution. That book now sits on the shelves of the vast majority of Arabs in the Middle East. They, as did Hitler, believe it to be a true account of a meeting of Zionists during which they discuss their plans to take over the world. It is yet another blood libel (discussed in the first two parts of this series), and has intensified hatred towards the Jews for a full century.
Now, I ask my readers this: ISIS claims to have 4,000 fighters amongst the four million "Syrian Refugees" flooding Europe. With recruitment while in transit, that number has multiplied exponentially.
Do we want a repeat of the Holocaust? If so, accept the so-called "Syrian Refugees". If not, CLOSE THE BORDERS.

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