The group founded by descendants of Nazis, March of Life, will be marking Israel’s 70th Independence Day with organized marches in 35 cities, culminating with 6,000 marching in Jerusalem.
• The group of German Christians & descendants of Nazis, work to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive and to combat anti-Semitism.
Thirty-five cities in Europe, the United States and Latin America will hold marches to mark Israel’s 70th anniversary next month in a series of events being organized by March of Life, a group of German Christians and descendants of Nazis who work to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive and to combat anti-Semitism. Continue Reading »
In correcting Netanyahu’s ‘history lesson’, what has been made clear is the 1st ‘Palestinian’ leader, Jerusalem’s Mufti, Haj Amin al-Husseini, started the lies [still being used today] as an excuse to murder Jews with impunity, and as a Nazi war criminal, the many similarities seen in Palestinian culture now make sense.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is crazy like a fox.
Netanyahu’s assertion on Tuesday before the World Zionist Congress that the founder of the Palestinian people, Haj Amin al-Husseini, convinced Adolf Hitler to eradicate rather than expel the Jews of Europe was an overstatement of Husseini’s role. Continue Reading »
Palestinian Mufti Al-Husseini may not have initiated the Holocaust as PM Netanyahu intimated, but his incitement then played a very major role in the Jewish genocide, and is identical to the ideology of the Palestinian movement today.
• WATCH Short historical film documenting the Palestinian-Nazi connection.
By Hillel Fendel
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has drawn much flack for saying that the Mufti of Jerusalem gave Hitler the idea of exterminating European Jewry – but there is in fact much evidence of the Mufti’s very significant involvement in the diabolical scheme.
Speaking to the 37th Zionist Congress in Jerusalem on Tuesday, Netanyahu wished to show that the desire to kill Jews among Palestinian Arabs did not begin today. Continue Reading »
NRC website reports vendor being investigated for attempting to sell soap online for €199, along with dentures, tooth brushes and glasses from Jewish victims of the Nazis.
By Hillel Posek
The Dutch newspaper NRC reported Wednesday that police in north Holland are investigating an antiquities vendor who reportedly attempted to sell soap that had been made during the Holocaust, which he claimed was made from bodies of Jewish victims killed in Nazi extermination camps.
Soap reportedly from Holocaust was being sold online.
The vendor reportedly attempted to sell the soap for 199 euro.
The troubling news came from historian Arthur Haraf, who said the vendor offered to sell objects that he found near a concentration camp, from which Dutch Jews were sent to extermination camps. Continue Reading »
Rather than looking for surviving relatives to deliver proceeds from art sales, Swiss banking giant USB is accused of exploiting family name in creating a bogus foundation.
Heirs of a German-Jewish couple whose vast art collection was confiscated by the Nazis have filed lawsuits against a Swiss bank they accuse of cheating them out of their inheritance.
Edgar Degas’ ‘Danseuses’, which was auctioned in 2009. – Photo: AFP
The lawsuits were filed recently in New York and Switzerland against global banking giant UBS and a foundation it controls, the New York Times reported on Friday.
According to the relatives of Ludwig and Margret Kainer, the bank claimed to be acting on behalf of the couple’s heirs, but instead channeled proceeds from art sales and German reparations to a foundation created by Swiss bank officials. Continue Reading »
A dozen graves defaced in Thessaloniki, home to Greece’s largest Jewish community until it was nearly wiped out during the Holocaust.
Greek authorities say vandals have attacked the Jewish cemetery of Thessaloniki, whose Jewish population was nearly wiped out during World War II.
Greek nationalists shout slogans during a demonstration in Thessaloniki, Greece, Wednesday, May 28, 2014. – Photo: AP
Police said Friday marble ornaments were smashed off 12 graves, while vandals also tried to remove the tombs’ heavy marble covers.
Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos promised that police would do “whatever is humanly possible” to arrest the vandals. Continue Reading »
Opponents of the new law say Russia’s aim is to silence historians & journalists who dispute the glorification of the ex-USSR’s actions during World War II.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday making the denial of Nazi crimes and distortion of the Soviet Union’s role in the World War Two a criminal offence punishable by up to five years in jail.
Russian military vehicles rehearsing for Victory Day parade, Red Square, Moscow, May 5, 2014. – Photo: AP
The law, described by critics as an attempt to curb freedom of expression to appease conservative Russians, the ex-KGB spy’s main support base, also criminalizes the public desecration of war memorials. Continue Reading »
60 additional works of art were found by police in Cornelius Gurlitt’s 2nd home, this one in Austria.
Suspicion: As in first find, most were taken from Jewish families by the Nazis during World War II.
By Eli Leon
After discovering over 1,400 artworks worth $1.35 billion that disappeared during World War II in a Munich apartment — German authorities did not think they would find anymore masterpieces in the possession of Cornelius Gurlitt — the son of an art dealer who worked with the Nazis during the war.
Gurlitt apartment in Salzburg – Photo: GettyImages
But life is full of surprises and it was reported Tuesday that the 81-year-old Gurlitt was holding 60 additional works — including paintings by the acclaimed Picasso, Renoir and Monet — in a second home in Salzburg, Austria. Continue Reading »
With the restoration of actual Holocaust imagery almost complete, how will 21st-Century audiences respond to the footage that traumatized the king of thrillers?
A Holocaust documentary created by thriller film master Alfred Hitchcock based on Soviet and British footage of World War II camps will finally be screened to the public in its entirety nearly 70 years after it was made, The Independent revealed on Wednesday.
A young woman at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany shouts ‘Shoot them, kill them as they killed our families’ as Allied troops supervise Germans, 1945. – Photo : AP
The film, which took longer to create than Hitchcock and patron Sidney Bernstein anticipated, was put in the drawer in 1945 when the Allied military government apparently decided that a documentary highlighting the German atrocities would do more harm than good. Continue Reading »
During an interview, a senior Palestinian official admits what most Jews already knew: The Arabs were huge supporters of Hitler’s Nazi regime.
A senior Palestinian official last month confirmed for Russian television that the Palestinian Arab leadership at the time of World War II “enthusiastically” supported Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime, especially its war against the hated “Zionists.”
Mufti of Jerusalem inspects Muslim Nazi soldiers
During an interview with Russia Today TV, former PLO political bureau chief Farouk Kaddoumi was asked if the Palestinian leadership was “sympathetic with Nazi Germany in WWII?”
Without batting an eye, Kaddoumi answered: “I don’t think it would be wrong to say that we were enthusiastic supporters of Germany.”
Wanting to clarify this astonishingly candid response, the interviewer repeated: “You supported Hitler and his people?”
Kaddoumi’s reply was the same: “Germany, yes. Continue Reading »
Memri TV Video reveals that Nazi salutes at Islamic Jihad rally at university campus are part of a wider, historical trend of Nazi glorification.
Just over a week since an American university severed ties with the Hamas-linked Al-Quds University in Jerusalem, after pictures emerged showing a Nazi-style on-campus rally by Islamic Jihad in November, further evidence of fascist-style events at the flagship Palestinian Arab institution has emerged.
Video footage, posted by MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute), shows clips from two separate rallies at Al-Quds University, in which Islamic Jihad members, cheered on by other students, take part in a live performance at which they brandish imitation assault rifles and black Islamist flags, and give Nazi salutes. Continue Reading »