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==Further reading==
 
==Further reading==
 
* Serge Trifkovic, ''The Sword of the Prophet: History, Theology, Impact on the World'', Regina Orthodox Press, 2002, ISBN 1928653111  
 
* Serge Trifkovic, ''The Sword of the Prophet: History, Theology, Impact on the World'', Regina Orthodox Press, 2002, ISBN 1928653111  
* Antonio J. Munoz, ''Lions of the Desert: Arab Volunteers in the German Army'', 1941-1945, Axis Europa Books, 2002, ISBN 1891227033  
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* Antonio J. Munoz, ''Lions of the Desert: Arab Volunteers in the German Army'', 1941–1945, Axis Europa Books, 2002, ISBN 1891227033  
 
* Kenneth Timmerman, ''Arafat's Hitler-loving role model''
 
* Kenneth Timmerman, ''Arafat's Hitler-loving role model''
  
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===Facts===
 
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The Islamic/Nazi connection dates back to the Arab Islamic [[Mufti]] Haj Amin Al Husseini's pact with [[Adolf Hitler]] and his leading of an SS division against the [[Christian]] Serbs in [[WWII]]. [http://www.palestinefacts.org/pf_mandate_grand_mufti.php] [http://www.themiddleeastnow.com/musnazi.html] [http://www.tellthechildrenthetruth.com/gallery/index.html].
  
The Muslim/Nazi Connection since the Arab Muslim [[Mufti]] Haj Amin Al Husseini's pact with [[Adolf Hitler]] and his leading of an SS division against the [[Christian]] Serbs in [[WW2]]. [http://www.palestinefacts.org/pf_mandate_grand_mufti.php ] [http://www.themiddleeastnow.com/musnazi.html  ] [http://www.tellthechildrenthetruth.com/gallery/index.html ].
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==See also==
 
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*[[Islamic State]]
On Agust 2008, ''Muslim And Far-Right Extremists Join In Baltimore To Decry 'Jewish Zionist Power''', <i> The "International Islamic Conference" held in a Baltimore hotel on August 16 was organized by a small Muslim group called Jamaat al-Muslimeen (JAM), which actively promotes anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial mixed with a deep distrust of Western-style democracy. The gathering heard from several well-known anti-Semites.
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"Despite their divergent backgrounds and interests, promoters of anti-Semitism are finding common cause in their hatred of Jews and Israel,"</i> [http://www.adl.org/PresRele/ASUS_12/5348_12.htm ].
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*[[Libyan uprising]]
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*[[Hillary Clinton foreign policy]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:22, 10 April 2020

Islamonazism (also known as Islamofascism) is a neologism used to describe the use of Nazi and/or fascist terminology, beliefs and propaganda by certain Islamic religious and political leaders, generally manifesting itself in calls for the destruction of the state of Israel and the genocide of its citizens and "infidels" (non-Muslims) in general.

Further reading

  • Serge Trifkovic, The Sword of the Prophet: History, Theology, Impact on the World, Regina Orthodox Press, 2002, ISBN 1928653111
  • Antonio J. Munoz, Lions of the Desert: Arab Volunteers in the German Army, 1941–1945, Axis Europa Books, 2002, ISBN 1891227033
  • Kenneth Timmerman, Arafat's Hitler-loving role model


English

Etymology

Islam + -o- + Nazism

Noun

Islamonazism

  1. The alleged Nazi ideology of Islamist extremists.
    Quotations
    • 2002: From the river to the sea, the whole land will one day be free — free of all the terrorist factions, and free for people of every religious faith to live without fear of Islamonazism, in all its perverse variations. — Dave Kopel, The National Review December 5, 2002 (https://www.nationalreview.com/kopel/kopel120502.asp)

Facts

The Islamic/Nazi connection dates back to the Arab Islamic Mufti Haj Amin Al Husseini's pact with Adolf Hitler and his leading of an SS division against the Christian Serbs in WWII. [1] [2] [3].

See also

External links