“Haj Amin al-Husseini went to Hitler and said, ‘If you expel them, they’ll all come here (Palestine).’

Benjamin Netanyahu call the shoot just before a visit to Angela Merkel in Germany.
Benjamin Netanyahu call the shoot just before a visit to Angela Merkel in Germany.

The Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu provoked a Holocaust controversy on Wednesday.
Just hours before a visit to Germany, Netanyahu said that the Muslim elder in Jerusalem during the 1940s convinced Adolf Hitler to exterminate the Jews.

The leaders of the Muslims in Jerusalem and Hitler wanted to see all Jews dead.
The leaders of the Muslims in Jerusalem and Hitler wanted to see all Jews dead.

In a speech to the Zionist Congress late on Tuesday, Netanyahu referred to a series of Muslim attacks on Jews in Palestine during the 1920s that he said were instigated by the then-Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini.
Husseini famously flew to visit Hitler in Berlin in 1941, and Netanyahu said that meeting was instrumental in the Nazi leader’s decision to launch a campaign to annihilate the Jews.

“Hitler didn’t want to exterminate the Jews at the time, he wanted to expel the Jews,” Netanyahu said in the speech. “And Haj Amin al-Husseini went to Hitler and said, ‘If you expel them, they’ll all come here (Palestine).’
“‘So what should I do with them?'” Netanyahu said Hitler asked the mufti, who responded: “Burn them.”
Netanyahu, whose father was an eminent historian, was quickly harangued by opposition politicians and experts on the Holocaust who said he was distorting the historical record.

They noted the meeting between Husseini and Hitler took place on November 28, 1941. More than two years earlier, in January 1939, Hitler had addressed the Reichstag, Nazi Germany’s parliament, and spoke clearly about his determination to exterminate the “Jewish race”.

“To say that the mufti was the first to mention to Hitler the idea to kill or burn the Jews is not correct,” Dina Porat, a professor at Tel Aviv University and the chief historian of Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust memorial museum, told Israel Radio.

Source: Reuters

My comment:

It serves no purpose to debate if Hitler or the Muslim leader of Jerusalem was the first to call for killing all the Jews.

The fact that they both did is the important issue. Both these men were filled with the same spirit. They both served Satan.

Benjamin Netanyahu is correct when he bell the Islamic-Nazi nexus. It is great that the present Israeli leader has exposed this link in public. May Netanyahu be richly blessed by Yeshua the Messiah. May Bibi be saved and added to the eternal kingdom of God. Amen.

Written by Ivar