Sunday, October 26, 2008

Hitler and Islam - Clear Connections & Alliances

In the past, I have posted materials to OBRL-News on historical aspects of the Third Reich and WW-II, related to the subsequent formation of Israel and Lebanon, as carved out as free self-governing enclaves for Jewish and Christian peoples respectively, from the old Ottoman Empire.  This allowed, for the first time in hundreds of years since the origin of the Ottoman Caliphate, for those peoples to emerge out from the shadow of dhimmitude slavery.  But it is something which outraged Muslim dictators universally, as to them, no such territory or slaves should have been freed.  Their Koranic philosophy did not allow such "freedom" to exist on any patch of ground they had previously controlled.  And so, those events continue to create tensions and wars, and otherwise reverberate into modern times, but also with much falsification of history by those with a shared totalitarian agenda -- as is true today with the hard-left, neo-Nazis and Islamic dictators.  As I have argued repeatedly, there are deep and substantial connections between Hitlerism and Islamic fanaticism, that Hitler was greatly admired across the Islamic world during and after WW-II, even into today where "Mein Kampf" continues to be a best-selling book for Muslims, with the Sieg Heil salute being used widely.  Islam also penetrated its influences into the Third Reich, possibly influencing Hitler's decision-making as regarding the status and treatment of Jews and other minorities.  Hitler often remarked how the world did nothing after the Turks exterminated several million Armenian Christians at the close of WW-I, at a time when Germany was also allied with Ottoman Muslims, and the old Mufti of Jerusalem may have planted the seeds of the idea of the Holocaust into Hitler's thinking, by telling him to "just kill them", rather than worry about where the Jews could be deported.  Many, if not most, of the "Hitler laws" have precedents within the Islamic legal structures of dhimmitude-slavery, under which Jews and other non-believers were governed during the Ottomans and elsewhere.  And today, we see similar trends of political alliances between the Blacks, Reds and Greens with the Islamic causes, to help spread Islam and giant mosques across Europe, without concern about what that exactly means for women, for freedom of speech, and so forth.  This all speaks to an outwards spreading and solid connection of attitudes and social institutions once found predominantly only within Saharasia, directly into the German-speaking world under the agency firstly of the old Kaiser Wilhelm "Second Reich" Empire, and later of the Nazis and their Third Reich.  I'll flesh out these facts later on, in forthcoming works, but below is a very interesting new article on the subject, indicating there is a lot more to be learned if only the right questions are formulated, and researched.  It also becomes yet another warning to the West about allowing an unfettered and unreformed Islam into its midst, for reasons quite obvious if one reads it.  Islam is not a "religion" in the Western sense, but a political-totalitarian ideology with long tentacles reaching into the homes and businesses of all "believers" who participate in the system of mullah-dominated mosques.  It is better compared to the totalitarian Communist Party or Nazi Party structures, and will have a similar influence upon any society that permits such a thing to grow unchecked.  J.D.


Hitler and Jihad
By Andrew G. Bostom | Friday, October 24, 2008

A recent report (summarized in translation
here) by the Hamburg intelligence service -the Office for the Protection of the Constitution [Verfassungsschutz]- stressed the hostility of the neo-Nazi North German Action Office toward "Anti-Islamification" efforts in Cologne. At the North German Action Office's [Aktionsb├╝ro Norddeutschland], "campaigns" page website, links are featured with titles such as "National Socialists in Lower Saxony," "Free! Social! National!," and "May 1 - Day of struggle for national Socialism." The Hamburg domestic intelligence report noted the neo-Nazi group's repeated allusions-commonplace in Nazi "analyses"-to the American "east coast," which are meant to characterize "Jewish" domination of America and, by extension, the world. And in a statement published on its website (German link) September 25, 2008, five days after an "Anti-Islamification Congress" was banned by Cologne municipal authorities, the North German Action Office elucidated its solidarity with the global jihad:

Inasmuch as it is a determined opponent of the western-plutocratic one-world policy, we regard Islam, globally considered, as an ally against the mammonistic dominance of the American east coast. The freedom of nations is not threatened by Islam, but rather by the imperialism of the USA and its vassals from Jerusalem to Berlin.

Such concordance between Nazism and jihadism reflects an historical continuum evident since the advent of the Nazi movement. This nexus was already apparent in Hitler's own observations from 1926, elaborated upon over the following decades by both the Nazi leader, and other key Nazi officials, and ideologues. Not surprisingly, there are two predominant, recurring themes in this discourse: jihad as total war, and the annihilationist jihad against the Jews.

Perhaps the earliest recorded evidence of Hitler's serious interest in the jihad was provided by Muhammad 'Inayat Allah Khan [who adopted the pen name "al-Mashriqi"-"the Orientalist" or "the Sage of the East"]. Born in the Punjab in 1888, al-Mashriqi was a Muslim polymath who attended Cambridge on a government scholarship, and excelled in the study of oriental languages, mathematics, engineering, and the sciences.

Not only did Mashriqi translate the standard abridged version of Mein Kampf (then commonly available) from English into Urdu, during one of his sojourns in Europe, which included time spent in Berlin, he met Hitler in the early years of the Fuehrer's leadership of the National Socialist [Nazi] Party. Their meeting took place in 1926 at the National Library. Here is the gist of Mashriqi's report on his interaction with Hitler as described in a letter to the renowned scholar of Indian Islam,
J.M.S. Baljon:
I was astounded when he [Hitler] told me that he knew about my Tazkirah. The news flabbergasted me. . . I found him very congenial and piercing. He discussed Islamic Jihad with me in details. In 1930 I sent him my Isharat concerning the Khaksar movement with a picture of a spade-bearer Khaksar at the end of that book. In 1933 he started his Spade Movement.

Mashriqi also wrote this independent summary of his 1926 encounter with Hitler on May 31, 1935:

If I had known that this was the very man who was to become Germany's savior I would have fallen around Hitler's neck, but on the occasion I was engaged in small talk and tried to find out what he understood about Germany's weakness at the time. Professor [Weil, the host] said, introducing Hitler to me: "This is also a very important man, an activist from the Worker's Party." We shook hands and Hitler said, pointing to a book that was lying on the table: "I had a chance to read your al-Tazkirah." Little did I understand at that time, what should have been clear to me when he said these words!
The astonishing similarities-or shall we say the unintentional similarity between two great minds-between Hitler's great book and the teachings of my Tazkirah and Isharat embolden me, because the fifteen years of "struggle" of the author {Hitler] of "My Struggle" [Mein Kampf] have now actually led his nation back to success. But only after leading his nation to the intended goal, has he disclosed his movement's rules and obligations to the world; only after fifteen years has he made the means of success widely known. It is possible that he has arrived at those means and doctrines by trial and error, but it should be absolutely clear that Mashriqi [referring to himself in the third person] has identified those means and doctrines in al-Tazkirah a full nine years and in the Isharat a full three years before the success of the Nazi movement, simply by following the shining guidance of the Holy Koran.


Do yourself a favor, and read the full article, especially if you are one of those who sees "no problem" with the increasing Islamization of Europe and the Americas.

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