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Amin al-Husseini MohammedAmin al-Husseini (Arabic: ; c. 1897 - 4 July 1974) was a Palestinian Arab nationalist and Muslim leader in Mandatory Palestine.
Al-Husseini was the scion of a family of Jerusalemite notables, who trace their origins to the eponymous grandson of Muhammad. After receiving an education in Islamic, Ottoman, and Catholic schools, he went on to serve in the Ottoman army in World War I. At war's end he stationed himself in Damascus as a supporter of the Arab Kingdom of Syria. Following the Franco-Syrian War and the collapse of Arab Hashemite rule in Damascus, his early position on pan-Arabism shifted to a form of local nationalism for Palestinian Arabs and he moved back to Jerusalem. From as early as 1920 he actively opposed Zionism, and was implicated as a leader of the 1920 Nebi Musa riots. Al-Husseini was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment for incitement but was pardoned by the British. In 1921 the British High Commissioner appointed him Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, a position he used to promote Islam while rallying a non-confessional Arab nationalism against Zionism. During the period 1921-1936 he was considered an important ally by the British Mandatory authorities.
His opposition to the British peaked during the 1936-1939 Arab revolt in Palestine. In 1937, evading an arrest warrant, he fled Palestine and took refuge successively in the French Mandate of Lebanon and the Kingdom of Iraq, until he established himself in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. During World War II he collaborated with both Italy and Germany by making propagandistic radio broadcasts and by helping the Nazis recruit Bosnian Muslims for the Waffen-SS (on the ground that they shared four principles: family, order, the leader and faith). Also, as he told the recruits, Germany had not colonized any Arab country while Russia and England had. On meeting Adolf Hitler he requested backing for Arab independence and support in opposing the establishment in Palestine of a Jewish national home. At the end of the war he came under French protection, and then sought refuge in Cairo to avoid prosecution for war crimes.
In the lead-up to the 1948 Palestine war, Husseini opposed both the 1947 UN Partition Plan and King Abdullah's designs to annex the Arab part of British Mandatory Palestine to Jordan, and, failing to gain command of the 'Arab rescue army' (jaysh al-inqadh al-'arabi) formed under the aegis of the Arab League, formed his own militia, al-jihad al-muqaddas. In September 1948 he participated in the establishment of an All-Palestine Government. Seated in Egyptian-ruled Gaza, this government won limited recognition by Arab states but was eventually dissolved by Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser in 1959. After the war and subsequent Palestinian exodus, his claims to leadership were wholly discredited and he was eventually sidelined by the Palestine Liberation Organization, losing most of his residual political influence. He died in Beirut, Lebanon in July 1974.
Husseini was and remains a highly controversial figure. Historians dispute whether his fierce opposition to Zionism was grounded in nationalism or antisemitism or a combination of both. Opponents of Palestinian nationalism have used Husseini's wartime residence and propaganda activities in Nazi Germany to associate the Palestinian national movement with European-style anti-Semitism.
He asked Adolf Hitler for a public declaration that 'recognized and sympathized with the Arab struggles for independence and liberation, and that would support the elimination of a national Jewish homeland'. Hitler refused to make such a public announcement, saying that it would strengthen the Gaullists against the Vichy France, but asked al-Husseini "to lock …deep in his heart" the following points, which Christopher Browning summarizes as follows, that
Germany has resolved, step by step, to ask one European nation after the other to solve its Jewish problem, and at the proper time, direct a similar appeal to non-European nations as well'. When Germany had defeated Russia and broken through the Caucasus into the Middle East, it would have no further imperial goals of its own and would support Arab liberation… But Hitler did have one goal. "Germany's objective would then be solely the destruction of the Jewish element residing in the Arab sphere under the protection of British power". (Das deutsche Ziel würde dann lediglich die Vernichtung des im arabischen Raum unter der Protektion der britischen Macht lebenden Judentums sein). In short, Jews were not simply to be driven out of the German sphere but would be hunted down and destroyed even beyond it.
#7245940 at 2019-07-29 21:12:23 (UTC+1) Q Research General #9270: THINK 2020! THINK NARRATIVE! KEEP IT GOING! Edition
Senior UK MP Sorry for Sharing Video About 'Mass Murdering Rothschild Israeli Mafia Criminal Liars'
In 2015, Manchester Gorton MP Afzal Khan, currently serving as Labour's shadow minister for immigration, shared a controversial Facebook video which he has since described as an "anti-Semitic conspiracy." Jewish groups are calling for an inquiry while others say Khan should resign.
Afzal Khan, the former mayor of Manchester currently serving as Labour shadow minister of state for immigration, has said that he is "sincerely sorry" for sharing a Facebook video referring to an "Israel-British-Swiss-Rothschilds crime syndicate" and "mass murdering Rothschilds Israeli mafia criminal liars."
The video, posted on Khan's Facebook page four years ago, purportedly featured US Jewish comedian John Stewart, with the above text appearing subtitled under the video. Khan was contacted by the BBC to explain his actions.
"I didn't read the text below, which contained an anti-Semitic conspiracy about the Rothschilds. I would never have shared it had I seen that," Khan said.
"I am mortified and sincerely sorry about this genuine accident," he added.
The post has prompted outrage after being discovered, particularly given Khan's public record of service to encourage interfaith understanding, and his status as co-founder of the Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester. Khan was awarded the CBE for his work in 2008.
Some Jewish activists and members of the Conservative Party said Khan's apology wasn't enough, and have called for an investigation to be held into his behaviour.
Labour Against Anti-Semitism, an inner party group which provided media with the offensive Facebook post, went further and called for Khan's expulsion from the party, saying that Khan had previously liked a Facebook post about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn being "the target of a relentless smear campaign orchestrated by the wealthy establishment," a post the group claimed was similarly offensive.
Khan was previously attacked by British Jewish groups over his criticism of the Israeli military during the 2014 war in Gaza, when he compared Tel Aviv's actions to those of the Nazis. Those comments similarly prompted some Jewish activists and some MPs to call for his suspension from the party after being discovered in 2017. Khan deleted that tweet, apologised "for any offence caused," and suggested that the episode was used to "smear" him during the 2017 parliamentary elections.
Raphi Bloom, co-chair of North West Friends of Israel, said the 2015 Facebook post was "disgraceful" and that he "would like to see action." The Rothschilds reference in particular was a "well-known anti-Semitic trope about Jews dominating the world," Bloom argued.
Shaden Jarad, a Conservative Party politician who ran and lost to Khan in 2017, similarly attacked the MP, saying that "if anything, we have to have higher standards for people who are on the front bench and have been in the game for so long."
MohammedAmin, the co-chair of the Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester, who has known Khan for 20 years, defended the MP, stressing that he was "not anti-Jewish," even if his post did show "carelessness" and "poor judgement."
Khan himself has previously been subjected to anti-Islamic hate, receiving a suspicious package at Westminster with a mystery liquid and a letter advocating violence against Muslims in 2018.
The Labour Party has recently been accused of fostering anti-Semitic elements and of not doing enough to root out the problem in the party. The party has vocally denied the claims, and accused opponents of 'weaponising' the 'anti-Semitism' claims in a bid to undermine Corbyn and the party.
#6749161 at 2019-06-14 17:39:52 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8632: POTUS's Best BDay Present Edition
'Many horrible people have been popular': Tory Muslim chief compares Boris Johnson to Hitler
Published time: 14 Jun, 2019 08:25
Edited time: 14 Jun, 2019 09:31
MohammedAmin, the Conservative Party's Muslim chief, says he'll quit after 36 years if Boris Johnson becomes prime minister, as he believes the former foreign secretary doesn't have the "basic morality and integrity" for the job.
Johnson won more MP votes than his three closest rivals combined in a Tory leadership vote on Thursday, but Amin contends that popularity is not an adequate measure of a candidate's worthiness for the role of prime minister.
"There are many horrible people who have been popular," Amin told BBC Radio 4's Today show. "A lot of Germans thought that Hitler was the right man for them," he said, before clarifying that he doesn't believe Johnson "wants to send people to the gas chamber. Clearly he doesn't, he's a buffoon."
And I came across this article as well. "When the Nazis heard MohammedAmin al-Husseini calling for Arabs to "kill the jews wherever you find them," they knew they had found an ally in their terrible ideology."