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Husseini Was Not Marginal

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Submitted by Dave (United States), May 27, 2015 at 18:39

Haj Amin Al Husseini broadcast on Axis Radio from 1941-45 and he was appointed by the Arab League to be chairman of the Arab Higher Committee in 1946. He also influenced Eichmann to exterminate, rather than exile, the Jews.

The point of the ads is to highlight the negative role of the Islamic religion in anti-Semitism as a riposte to the usual PC platitudes people are constantly bombarded with. They are meant to educate people and shake them out of their complacent assumptions. As Aristotle once said: "The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet". It's castor oil, not Coke, but it'll do you good.


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2Husseini was not just a voice in a hurriicane [158 words]walter BensonJul 9, 2015 12:49224122
2A question in reguards to the Arab involvment in world war 2. [28 words]Brian HockersmithJun 21, 2015 19:40223891
5I know my 1st response was too long to be posted. This one will be a better fit for the topic & space provided [131 words]DrRJPJun 3, 2015 12:04223658
2Envy: the basis of Jew-hatred [331 words]Michael SJun 13, 2015 04:43223658
Team Spirit [167 words]Michael sJun 1, 2015 21:21223617
Geller's people stir up controversy -- perhaps to avoid a deeper controversy [354 words]Michael SJun 1, 2015 16:18223615
3A different composition of the ad copy [59 words]PezDispenserMay 29, 2015 07:20223585
2Today is farhud day [130 words]DrwillyJun 1, 2015 06:21223585
14Moderate Islam [144 words]Sister of Wafa, Nonie, and AyaanMay 28, 2015 18:13223576
1Islam needs a Reformation [44 words]GuestJun 8, 2015 22:38223576
3Moderate Islam is a mythical concept and doesn't exist! [120 words]JaladhiJun 16, 2015 16:52223576
1What will moderate Islam look like? [314 words]PrashantJun 18, 2015 14:31223576
struggling for a better advertisement [177 words]
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George KeselmanMay 28, 2015 13:19223572
4Husseini Was Not Marginal [108 words]DaveMay 27, 2015 18:39223565
Impact on the average American.... [210 words]
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Jon LoewMay 27, 2015 09:40223555
5Based on a false premise [101 words]
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PattiMay 27, 2015 08:50223554
I agree but... [30 words]BernardMay 26, 2015 22:56223543
6Moderate Islam? [254 words]Boston Tea PartyMay 26, 2015 22:44223542
3The goals of the campaign. [71 words]Januk36May 26, 2015 21:56223540
3It is no surprise [158 words]PrashantMay 26, 2015 20:04223537
To Ad Or Not To Ad? [233 words]YonasonMay 26, 2015 19:36223536
no chance to sway minds that are determined [13 words]
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AlanMay 26, 2015 17:57223532

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