Muslim Brotherhood (Nazi Roots)

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posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 09:53 AM
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July 4 is independence day for Egypt. Some background: A majority of Arabs were enthusiastic about the Nazis. They showed high regard for Hitler, assigning him Muslim names and titles. Parliamentary groups used variations of the Nazi salute and held Nazi-style torchlight parades. The future Egyptian ruler, Gamel Abdel Nasser, was a member of the Young Egyptian Green Shirts, a parliamentary organization modeled after Hitler's Brown Shirts. Nasser's successor as president of Egypt, Anwar Sadat, was also a member, arrested as a Nazi collaborator by the British. (Sadat became more moderate in later years, for which he was assassinated in 1981 by Islamist radical associated with the Muslim Brotherhood.

The Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan al-Muslimun) is a fundamentalist movement that was founded in Egypt in 1931 by Hassan al-Banna (1906-1949). He was the first modern Muslim to introduce a corrosive hatred for Jews adopted from Nazism. The Brotherhood is one of the most successful subversive movements of all time--a true Muslim Illuminati. Its program reaches far and wide through a vast worldwide network of dependent organizations, all camouflaged to obscure their radical origins.

The goal of the Muslim Brotherhood is the reestablishment of a caliphate, a pan-Islamic government spanning all countries in which Muslims reside. Militant Islam is both a revolutionary political movement and a fundamentalist religious revival.Language barriers and national identities recede before its declared unity of faith and sense of destined mission. Like the secular Internationalist's vision of global government superseding national sovereignty, the Jihadist dissolution of national boundaries and the erection of a Muslim super state--a world in which all nations and people live under Sharia, the Muslim rules of religious, social, and political governance.

Israel sits like a stone in the shoe of the Jihadist. Such irritability contradicts many historical precedents of mutual tolerance between Muslims and Jews.

Source: The Temple of Soloman by James Wasserman




posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 10:11 AM
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Thank you for providing this Information, the Muslim brotherhood ruling all Muslim nations could possibly be the worst outcome for the ME. Although it is inevitable as the elite control the Muslim brotherhood therefore the financial support is endless.

Egypt is in an impossible situation both economical and political, the Muslim brotherhood will eventually enforce a Sharia rule within Egypt, they have the resources, the countries ran by Sunni rule simply do not have this support the brotherhood have and are slowly being crushed by economical sanctions coming from the states controlled by the elite.

Its a sad state of affairs.

Many are seeing the current situation in Egypt as a good thing, however its quite the opposite, Egypt are looking at an even worse situation post-morsi rule.

Bottom line : The ME will eventually accept Sharia law as others before them have, this is a simple observation.

Next stop : IRAN



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 11:30 AM
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Originally posted by The0nlytruth
reply to post by terma
 

Thank you for providing this Information, the Muslim brotherhood ruling all Muslim nations could possibly be the worst outcome for the ME. Although it is inevitable as the elite control the Muslim brotherhood therefore the financial support is endless.


You're welcome. I have not seen anyone mention the Nazi connection outside of that book. If the media ever picked up on that it would do serious damage to the MB. I don't think anyone could imagine a Nazi democracy in Germany while in the ME that kind of ideology elected a president.

This is a setback for the MB, and that's a good thing IMO.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 12:03 PM
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I thought the comments on their Twitter account were funny, but this one beats them all. Muslim Brotherhood links with Nazis? There is no such thing as nazism in Islam, and the Muslim Brotherhood all follow Islamic ethics and laws.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 12:44 PM
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Hitler even hosted the Grand Mufti in Berlin and persuaded them to form a pan-Arab league to keep the Jews out of Palestine. Germany provided weapons and aircraft in return for Saudi oil that was shipped through neutral Spain during the war.
What few people know is that this deal was worked out by Allen Dulles of the US and Jack Philby, an MI6 double agent who worked for the Germans. They helped to establish Ibn Saud as the ruler of Arabia in return for oil rights and money.
Without Saudi oil Hitler's military machine would have ground to a halt. To think a US citizen with an airport in DC named after him was a major reason for it continuing is beyond treasonous.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 01:03 PM
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Did you even read what you posted? I'm not usually someone to defend the freakin' Muslim Brotherhood but....

", arrested as a Nazi collaborator by the British"

Maybe, they collaborated with Nazis b/c they were colonized by the British and that was their best option of resistance?

That 'enemy of my enemy is my friend' thing.

This is like say a girl is being raped, only person nearby to help is a neoNazi. Girl gets help from neoNazi, therefor rape victim is a Nazi and evil? What?

I just can't really picture a bunch of Arab guys sitting around going, 'hey you know what ideology I like? The one where it says I'm an inferior race'
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posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 02:09 PM
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I have not seen anyone mention the Nazi connection outside of that book.



Maybe search ATS (or even wiki I believe has this info) as this has been mentioned numerous times.



If the media ever picked up on that it would do serious damage to the MB.





This is a setback for the MB




How so?

this info might be new to you but has been available for some time and the brotherhood are screaming as loud they were previously.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 02:17 PM
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Think of the sides in the first world war. Islam and the Germanic cults come from a common source. The Nazis hated Freemasonry - the same Freemasonry that in the 1890's feared an infiltration from the Bavarian Illuminati.

Judaism and Freemasonry come essentially from Mesopotamia and favour subversive methods, while the more up-front warrior like behaviour is the stuff of Islam and the 'far right'.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 03:05 PM
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Did anyone know that it was actually HITLER who suggested the name IRAN to replace the name of the country called Persia?

IRAN is a loose translation of "Aryan".



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 04:13 PM
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Originally posted by InhaleExhale
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I have not seen anyone mention the Nazi connection outside of that book.



Maybe search ATS (or even wiki I believe has this info) as this has been mentioned numerous times.



If the media ever picked up on that it would do serious damage to the MB.





This is a setback for the MB




How so?

this info might be new to you but has been available for some time and the brotherhood are screaming as loud they were previously.



How so? Morsi/MB is out of office. That's is a MB set-back if I ever saw one and that was obviously what I was referring to. Also, I was not talking about searching the Internet for information; I was saying I would not have known if I hadn't read that book. Show me this mentioned on CNN, network TV etc. and I will say you have a point



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 04:29 PM
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Originally posted by RedDragon
Did you even read what you posted? I'm not usually someone to defend the freakin' Muslim Brotherhood but....

", arrested as a Nazi collaborator by the British"

Maybe, they collaborated with Nazis b/c they were colonized by the British and that was their best option of resistance?

That 'enemy of my enemy is my friend' thing.

This is like say a girl is being raped, only person nearby to help is a neoNazi. Girl gets help from neoNazi, therefor rape victim is a Nazi and evil? What?

I just can't really picture a bunch of Arab guys sitting around going, 'hey you know what ideology I like? The one where it says I'm an inferior race'
edit on 7/4/13 by RedDragon because: (no reason given)


Right, The MB and the Nazi's were allies; that was kind of my point. If your raped girl becomes a Nazi ally because a Nazi helped her out, that's her decision; same with the MB. But it was more about a fostering a mutual hatred of Jews. The MB bet on Hitler and lost, then sheltered Nazis after the war.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 04:38 PM
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Originally posted by Misbah
I thought the comments on their Twitter account were funny, but this one beats them all. Muslim Brotherhood links with Nazis? There is no such thing as nazism in Islam, and the Muslim Brotherhood all follow Islamic ethics and laws.


Twitter? I don't twitter...this is history not opinion. Your opinion may be correct but this is not about Islam. The Muslim Brotherhood was heavily influenced by Hitler, historically.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 07:10 PM
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@OP

I'd take the information presented here with a heap of salt.

1. Your source, James Wasserman happens to be an occultist... so you know he's going to have his own take on things.
en.wikipedia.org...

2. Secondly, if Nazi collaborations are an issue, then what about George W.Bush's grandfather who directly helped fund the Nazis? How did Americans elect somebody who's family had Nazi connections? Twice?
www.guardian.co.uk...

3. And as user Reddragon said, how exactly do you suppose a bunch of Arabs who insist on Shariah... accept an un-islamic doctrine of European origin that deems Arabs / Muslims as inferior? That makes no sense whatsoever.

edit on 4-7-2013 by sk0rpi0n because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 08:02 PM
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Originally posted by sk0rpi0n
@OP

I'd take the information presented here with a heap of salt.

1. Your source, James Wasserman happens to be an occultist... so you know he's going to have his own take on things.
en.wikipedia.org...


I know, I read the whole book. He is very matter of fact and you know other occultists are going to be checking everything he says so he had to make sure he got it all right. He was actually traveling around on a camel for a while checking things out up close, so he's not just an occultist but also a scholar and traveler; a very thorough book. Gives a hell of a perspective on the Jews as well.


2. Secondly, if Nazi collaborations are an issue, then what about George W.Bush's grandfather who directly helped fund the Nazis? How did Americans elect somebody who's family had Nazi connections? Twice?
www.guardian.co.uk...


The MB is the issue today. It's not about what some person did in the past although if you go back a bit further in history you find Al-Husseini who was an agent in the Nazi regime; a close friend of Eichmann. He trained a Nazi brigade of Bosnian Muslims: The Arab Liberation force. He had a radio broadcast from Germany back to the ME and gathered intelligence for the Nazis. From there rises the MB.


3. And as user Reddragon said, how exactly do you suppose a bunch of Arabs who insist on Shariah... accept an un-islamic doctrine of European origin that deems Arabs / Muslims as inferior? That makes no sense whatsoever.

edit on 4-7-2013 by sk0rpi0n because: (no reason given)


I don't know exactly but I figure they saw Hitler as a stepping stone toward their goal. Makes perfect sense especially in war/jihad.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 10:31 PM
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The Germans and the Arabs are trying to save the World from Jewish enslavement.




posted on Jul, 5 2013 @ 01:56 AM
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The Temple of Soloman by James Wasserman apparently doesn't know what it is talking about (although that clears up a mystery about where this information came from the last time it was posted here). Neither Gamal Abdel Nasser nor Anwar Sadat were members of the Young Egypt Greenshirts. In fact, Abdel Nasser caused it to be broken up and disbanded (along with all similar parties) after the Egyptian Revolution. I'm not sure what this has to do with anything, though, because neither of them were part of, or supported at all, the Muslim Brotherhood, in fact, they were both strongly opposed to it, and similar islamist parties. Anwar Sadat WAS arrested by the British for collaborating with the Axis powers, but this had nothing to do with any idealogical connection, he (and Abdel Nasser) simply wanted their help to get rid of the corrupt and grabby British rule.



posted on Jul, 5 2013 @ 10:07 AM
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I'm not sure what this has to do with anything, though, because neither of them were part of, or supported at all, the Muslim Brotherhood,




The Brotherhood played a supporting but not crucial role in the revolution. Members of the Free Officers, including Gamal Abdel Nasser (who was to become the leader of the new regime) and Anwar al-Sadat, had had close contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood since the 1940s, and some were members of the Society (Nasser himself may have been one of these).

Members of the Brotherhood had fought alongside the officers in Palestine, and had been armed and trained by them for deployment in the Canal Zone in the year preceding the revolution. Despite Hudaybi's ambivalence, the Brotherhood had agreed to assist the revolution, mostly by maintaining order, protecting foreigners and minorities and encouraging popular support for the army coup.

After the revolution, relations between the Brotherhood and the junta were initially cordial but quickly soured. Among the reasons for this were the army's unwillingness to share political power, the Brotherhood's insistence on the promulgation of an Islamic constitution, and Hudaybi's deep distrust of Nasser. In 1953, the government abolished all political parties and organisations except the Muslim Brotherhood.

It then created a new party, the Liberation Rally, intended to win over those Egyptians who remained sceptical about the revolution, and suggested that the Brotherhood should merge with the Liberation Rally. Having alienated all other political groups, the regime could not yet afford to dispense with the Brotherhood's support, but was unwilling to give it a greater role in government.


en.wikipedia.org...(1939-1954)



posted on Jul, 5 2013 @ 12:14 PM
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the OP is not wrong actually, i read a book about Commander-in-Chief of Hitler's Afrika Korps, Rommel. the book may have even been titled afrika korps, in it they detailed how hitler gave funds to the muslim brotherhood. it is easy to research with a few keywords in google and not just in some occultists book, like a previous post implied.
here are two links to google searches that came up with tons of results on such information, i thought this was well known stuff. maybe it should be put into the mainstream media so people can see how fascist it really is.
www.google.ca...:en-US
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posted on Jul, 5 2013 @ 08:21 PM
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Originally posted by babloyi
The Temple of Soloman by James Wasserman apparently doesn't know what it is talking about (although that clears up a mystery about where this information came from the last time it was posted here). Neither Gamal Abdel Nasser nor Anwar Sadat were members of the Young Egypt Greenshirts.


And I should take your word for that?

Good to know at least one other person has allegedly read the book (with no link).



posted on Jul, 5 2013 @ 08:45 PM
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TRY READING THIS
en.wikipedia.org...



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