Maryland historian links roots of radical Islam with Nazi propaganda

No doubt. Mohammedans were firmly in love with Hitler, so much so, that 20,000 Muslims volunteered to fight in the Muslim S.S. division named the Handzar" (scimitar) division, which was brutal in the ethnic cleansing of the Serbian regions in eastern Bosnia. The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin el Husseini, in addition to the carnage he engineered against Jews during…

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Today in Jewish History – Shvat 3

Sponsored by In 1933, Adolph Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany. The November 1932 elections saw the Nazis emerge as the largest party in the Reichstag. Leading German politicians and businessmen persuaded President Paul von Hindenburg to appoint Hitler as chancellor, as a way to stabilize the government and economy. Hindenburg reluctantly agreed. Two months later, the Nazis passed…

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Who was Eddie Chapman?

See-Dubya, who is subbing in for Michele Malkin on her blog while she hunts down Jamil Hussein who might, or might not exist, writes about the Times of London which is suggesting the theory was that since Hitler's crazy-evil leadership was hampering the German war effort, it was in the Allies' interest to keep him alive and not let someone…

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