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iUniverse, Sep 1, 2003 - 186 pages
This is the remarkable story of Haj Amin al-Husseini, who was in many ways as big a Nazi villain as Hitler himself, and to understand his influence on the Middle East is to understand the ongoing genocidal program against the Jews of Israel. Al-Husseini was a bridge figure in terms of transporting the Nazi genocide in Europe into the post-war Middle East.

As the leader of Arab Palestine during the British Mandate period, al-Husseini introduced violence against moderate Arabs as well as against Jews. Al-Husseini met with Adolf Eichmann in Palestine in 1937 and subsequently went on the Nazi payroll as a Nazi agent.

Al-Husseini played a pivotal behind-the-scenes role in instigating a pro-Nazi coup in Iraq in 1941, in urging Nazi's and pro-Nazi governments in Europe to transport Jews to death camps, in training pro-Nazi Bosnian brigades, and in funneling Nazi loot into post-war Arab countries.

 

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Contents

The Mufti makes his Grand Debut
12
The Muslim Brotherhood
35
The Fuhrer of the Arab World
55
The Hanzar Brigades
72
The Death of the Grand Mufti
86
Post War Communists and Arab Terror
108
Rapprochement
122
Appendix D
137
Appendix G
149
About the Author
167
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