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During the war, Arab Nazi parties were founded throughout the Middle East. The most influentia one was "Young Egypt" which was established in 1933. ...
Armies of the young: child soldiers in war and terrorism - Page 106
David M. Rosen - 2005 - 199 pages - Preview
Others argued that the "Land is in need of a youth, healthy in body and soul like the Nazi ... paramilitary forces.66 Palestinian students educated in Germany returned to Palestine determined to found the Arab Nazi Party of Palestine.
Semites and anti-Semites: an inquiry into conflict and prejudice - Page 147
Bernard Lewis - 1999 - 295 pages - Preview
A first attempt to found an Arab Nazi movement seems to date from the summer of 1933, when the Jaffa correspondent of the ... The mood of the 1930s was vividly described by Syrian Saml al- Jundi, an early leader of the Bacth party, ...
The third Reich & the Palestine question - Page 90
Francis R. Nicosia - 2000 - 319 pages - Preview
Wolff's strong opposition to any sort of German encouragement or support for an Arab Nazi party in Palestine was conveyed in a note to the Foreign Office in Berlin in June, 1933, in which he argued: Because the strengthening of the
First things: Issues 154-158
Institute on Religion and Public Life - 2005 - [Page 14]
Several of the Arab political parties founded during the 1930s were modeled after the Nazi party, including the Syrian Popular Party and the Young Egypt Society, which were explicitly anti-Semitic in their ideology and programs. ...
The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj ... - Page 28
Chuck Morse - 2003 - 186 pages - Preview
Al- Husseini's own Palestine Arab Party stood for the expulsion of all Jewish settlers and an independent Arab ... efforts to assist in the development of what would become distinctly Nazi-Arab style organizations and political parties...
The Demonic Comedy - Page 12
Paul William Roberts, Jay Ed. Roberts - 2004 - 308 pages - Preview
When the revolutionary Ba'ath regime — a kind of Arab Nazi Party — came to power in July 1968, no Jew left in Iraq was safe. In the wake of the Arabs' massive defeat by Israel during the Six Day War of 1967, a state of shocked disbelief ...
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