Nazi Flag flying over Palestinian Village shouldn’t come as a Shock but does

With this post comes another reference to what should be common knowledge but is continuously ignored – Islamic fundamentalists and Nazis are like-minded. That a Nazi flag would be flying over a Palestinian village near a Mosque should actually be less shocking than the fact that so many are shocked by it.

Via The Blaze:

Israeli settlers on their morning commute got quite the eyeful Monday morning when they saw a swastika-emblazoned red flag flying near a mosque in Beit Omar, a Palestinian village outside of Hebron.

Thousands of residents of Jewish settlements near Hebron and Bethlehem in Judea (the southern West Bank) drive to and from work on the road from which the flag was visible.

The Tazpit News Agency, which photographed the flying Nazi flag, reports residents “were astounded” to see the symbol under which millions of Jews were massacred during World War II now being prominently displayed by residents of a Palestinian town.

Astounded? Really?

Astounded: to overwhelm with amazement; astonish greatly; shock with wonder or surprise.

How about…

Outraged: a powerful feeling of resentment or anger aroused by something perceived as an injury, insult, or injustice.


The problem in the Arab world is not a lack of sufficient secular education, as westerners think, but a religious conditioning of the Muslim masses. The photos of Haj Amin Al-Husseini that various western websites use to expose Islamist-Nazi connections are actually used to argue in support of Nazism in the Arab-Muslim world. Even typing, “I hate Hitler” in Arabic yielded the first website on a debate between a hater and a lover of Hitler. The debate concluded by asserting that loving Hitler was an honor. – The Case FOR Islamophobia, p. 94

Click here to read minutes of a meeting between Hitler and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.

Again, those of us who understand the truth have seen this coming for years. All one has to do is process historical reality. In World War II, the Nazis and the Arabs had a common enemy – the Jews. That wasn’t just a coincidence; it was also at the heart of the alliance the two groups shared.


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