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It's the so-called 'Palestinians' who are the latter-day Nazis.

Reader comment on item: In Europe, Remorse Has Turned to Masochism

Submitted by M.D. (United States), Apr 27, 2010 at 21:58

If we go back to the last century, it was the Jerusalem mufti -- Hajj Amin al Husseini who had a Bosnian SS Brigade of Muslims trained under the Nazis, during the 1930s.

The Ottoman Turks had earlier (1878) resettled Muslim refugees from Bosnia in Caesarea, of modern day Israel. Hitler's mufti al Husseini had to recruit some of these Bosnians along with their compatriots in Bosnia, to the SS Brigade. Perhaps, that was the reason why their descendants in Caesarea were expelled during the 1948 War.

Did these Bornian Nazis whitewash their past history by claiming themselves to be the 'Palestinians' in order to resettle in Israel, and thus covertly continue the genocide of the Jews? If that be the case, it's no wonder that the Arab nations surrounding Israel do not wish to resettle the so-called 'Palestinian Arabs' in their own nations. Neither is Libya with its vast uninhabited land wishes to accommodate them.


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