Spokesman for Nazi-Inspired Hamas accuses Netanyahu of being like Hitler

Perhaps one of the most bizarre narratives in the history of mankind is taking root. Osama Hamdan, a spokesman for Hamas, which is an extension of the same Muslim Brotherhood once led by close Hitler ally Hajj Amin al-Husseini, is comparing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Hitler.

Of course, the intent is transparently clear to anyone who understands history. Hamdan is bearing false witness and using blood libel – both Nazi tactics – while counting on enough people not knowing the truth about his group’s forefathers being aligned with Nazis during WWII. Either that, or he is himself clueless.

The clip at the beginning of this video features Hamdan in interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer (h/t BNI):

Earlier this month, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan also compared Jews to Nazis over the recent fighting in Gaza, as did neo-Nazis in Germany.

It should be underscored that Erdogan is a student of Hitler and carried around a copy of “Mein Kampf” for years as a child.

Following the logic of the Hamas spokesman in the video above, Israel must be paying Hamas back for what was done to the Jews under Hitler. On its face, that wouldn’t seem like a good argument but that appears to be the one he’s making.

A key flaw in that argument, however, is that he’s using Nazi tactics while making it.

Here is a longer excerpt from Hamdan’s exchange with Blitzer:


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