Lubavitcher Rebbe 1969 Shabbos Breishis
Lubavitcher Rebbe: "They are making peace with Hitler and his professors!"
As it applies to the law in shulchan oruch: "If they come to kill you, kill them first". There is an argument here because this applies only where you can establish that the person has intent to kill. Here, since they are "Hitler's professors", there is no doubt.
From Sicha: "Hitlers professors & Bah Lehargecha" is on page 95 of Sichos Kodesh parshas breishis 5729 1969 Vol 1 Click Here To Read Just page 95
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Nazi Roots Of Palestinian & Arab Terror
SS Officer Alois Brunner - Eichman's right hand man. Alive and well in Syria.Stalking The Last Nazi. (click here to read) New York Magzine goes to Syria with survivor Beate Klarsfeld An excerpt from the article:
IN 1977, SERGE KLARSFELD WENT TO Vienna and hired a private detective to gather information about Brunner's wife and daughter, who were still living in the city. Then he hired a second detective to be sure the first wasn't in cahoots with the family. Out of that investigation came a crucial phone number in Damascus. From the Klarsfelds' living room in Paris, Beate dialed it. Here is a translation of the conversation, as she remembers it, that she had in her native German with the man who answered: "Herr Brunner?" "No, Herr Fischer." "Excuse me. You don't know me, but the father of a friend of mine worked with you in Berlin during the war. He's a special prosecutor now. He asked me to warn you of a new Interpol warrant for your arrest. If you leave Syria, they'll get you for sure." There was a pause. Then, in a softer tone, "Herr Fischer" said, "Thank your friend from me for this warning. God bless him. And God bless you, my dear." The ruse had worked. Brunner is reported to have been a security adviser to the Syrian government long before Hafez Assad came to power in 1970. He's said to have invented a torture machine—a variant on the medieval rack.New York Magazine Jan 13, 1992 (click here to read full article): "Stalking The Last Nazi".
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Yasser Arafats NAZI Roots.Arafat's al-Hussaeini Family Ties to Hitlers Good Friend: The Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini Yasser Arafat's real name is: "Mohammed Abdel-Raouf Arafat As Qudwa al-Hussaeini". He was born on August 24, 1929 in Cairo. His father was a textile merchant who was a Palestinian with some Egyptian ancestry. His mother from an old Palestinian family in Jerusalem. His full name is also written as Abd al-Rahman abd al-Bauf Arafat al-Qud al-Husseini. Arafat shortened his name to obscure his kinship with the notorious ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini who collaborated with the Nazis during World War II and was wanted by the British for collaboration with the Nazi's. The mufti spent the war years in Germany garnering Muslim support for Hitler's cause and creating friendly ties for the Nazi empire with Arab leaders. After the war, the Mufti fled Germany and was instrumental in helping fleeing Nazi's after World War II to find refuge in the Middle East. (like Alois Brunner who found gainful employment courtesy of the CIA and later he escaped to Syria where he became a government adviser where he lives to this day.) Arafat has also been known by the nom de guerre: "Abu Amar" (or "Abu Ammar"). ["Yasser" is also sometimes spelled "Yasir" or "Yassir".] In late 1952, Palestinian students from Gaza, studying primarily at Cairo University, set up the Union of Palestinian Students in Egypt. It was there that Yasser Arafat, a Civil Engineering student, and his coterie, including Salah Khalaf (Abu Iyad), later to become Arafat’s second in command, began their terrorist careers. The Palestinian students, under Arafat’s leadership, were affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, then in its prime, and by far the most active organization on the Cairo campus. The liquidation of the Muslim Brotherhood by the Egyptian regime explains Arafat’s subsequent hostility toward Egyptian premier Jamal Abdul Nasser. On October 10, 1959, a group of about 20 Palestinians met in Kuwait and secretly formed Fatah. Fatah (or al-Fatah) is an acronym standing for Harakat Al-Tahrir Al-Watani Al-Filastini—the Movement for the National Liberation of Palestine. In Arabic, HTF means death; when reversed to FTH it means victory. Arafat, who had been working as a construction engineer in Kuwait, soon emerged as the leader of Fatah. With Fatah, Arafat recurited terrorists and led fedayeen raids into Israeli territory. Among the offshoots of Fatah was the infamous "Black September" who murdered the Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics. When the PLO was founded in 1964, as an umbrella organization for various Arab terrorist factions, Fatah was the largest group. It was, and still is, the military arm of the PLO. By 1968 Arafat was PLO's leader and he has been chairman of the PLO since then.
Nazi Roots of Palestinian NationalismBy David Storobin "Our fundamental condition for cooperating with Germany was a free hand to eradicate every last Jew from Palestine and the Arab world. I asked Hitler for an explicit undertaking to allow us to solve the Jewish problem in a manner befitting our national and racial aspirations and according to the scientific methods innovated by Germany in the handling of its Jews. The answer I got was: The Jews are yours."
Former Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al-Husseini in his post-World War II memoirs.  "The Mufti was one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry and had been a collaborator and adviser of Eichmann and Himmler in the execution of this plan... He was one of Eichmann's best friends and had constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures."
Adolf Eichmann`s deputy Dieter Wisliceny in his Nuremberg Trials testimony.  Within weeks of Adolf Hitler`s ascendance to power, the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, contacted the German counsel-general in Palestine. With the exception of funding some anti-Semitic riots, Germans rejected the Arab`s overtures until 1937, when Adolf Eichmann and Herbert Hagen were sent to Palestine to establish a framework to provide Husseini with military and financial aid by Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy.  By then, the Mufti had already proven his anti-Jewish credentials to the Germans by organizing a three-year-long series of riots and massacres. By that time, however, another member of the al-Husseini clan was planning terror. Around the same time that the All-Palestine government was disbanded, a man by the name of Muhammad Abd al-Rahman ar-Rauf al-Qudwah al-Husaini - better known as Yasir Arafat - was busy organizing Fatah, which would go on to become the main faction of the PLO. Support for Nazism was not limited to the former Mufti. "We admired the Nazis. We were immersed in reading Nazi literature and books . . . . We were the first who thought of a translation of Mein Kampf. Anyone who lived in Damascus at that time was witness to the Arab inclination toward Nazism," recalled Sami al-Joundi, one of the founders of Syria's ruling Ba'ath Party.  Indeed, a popular WWII song was heard in the Middle East featuring words: Bissama Allah, oria alard Hitler - in heaven Allah, on earth Hitler. Picking up the theme of the book, posters were put up in Arab markets and elsewhere proclaiming, "In heaven Allah is thy ruler; on earth Adolph Hitler." John Gunther of Inside Asia reported: "The greatest contemporary Arab hero is probably Hitler."  In October 1933, pro-Axis Young Egypt Party was founded. Styling itself of its German ideal, the new party built a storm-trooper unit, marching with torches under the slogan "One folk, One party, One Leader." Among the members of the violently anti-Semitic party was the young Gamal Abdel Nasser.  Nasser's brother, Nassiri, was the translator of Hitler's Mein Kampf into Arabic, describing the Fascist despot in glowing terms. After the "Free Officers" came to power in the 1950's, President Nasser used Joachim Daumling, the former Gestapo chief in Dusseldorf, to build the Egyptian secret service. The Gestapo chief of Warsaw organized the Egyptian security police.  Another future Egyptian President, Anwar Sadat, was imprisoned during World War II for cooperating with Adolf Hitler's regime. Towards the end of World War II, Sadat wrote to the Fuhrer: "My dear Hitler, I congratulate you from the bottom of my heart. Even if you appear to have been defeated, in reality you are the victor. You succeeded in creating dissensions between Churchill, the old man, and his allies, the Sons of Satan. Germany will win because her existence is necessary to preserve the world balance. Germany will be reborn in spite of the Western and Eastern powers. There will be no peace unless Germany once again becomes what she was."  (READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE (click here)) Jewish New Jersey Times
Hitler Prepares Middle East For Nazi Conquest
In The 1930's, Hitler Established Nazi Groups In The Arab Countries He Anticipated Conquering
The Mufti Of Jerusalem & HitlerOn November 21, 1941, the Mufti met with Adolph Hitler and recorded the following in his diary:
The Mufti writes that he spoke to Hitler and told him:
"The Arabs are Germany´s natural friends... They are therefore prepared to cooperate with Germany with all their hearts and stood ready to participate in a war, not only negatively by the commission of acts of sabotage and the instigation of revolutions, but also positively by the formation of an Arab Legion. In this struggle, the Arabs were striving for the independence and the unity of Palestine, Syria and Iraq." Hitler replied:
"Germany was resolved, step by step, to ask one European nation after the other to solve its Jewish problem, and at the proper time direct a similar appeal to non-European nations as well....Germany´s objective would then be solely the destruction of the Jewish element residing in the Arab sphere under the protection of British power. The moment that Germany´s tank divisions and air squadrons had made their appearance south of Caucasus, the public appeal requested by the Grand Mufti could go out to the Arab world." Hitler and the Mufti were in the process of first exterminating the Jews of Europe and then the plan was that the Jews of the Middle East would be next. The Mufti, who visited Nazi death camps several times, organized support for the Nazis from amongst Muslims in Russia, the Balkans, and the Middle East. He headed the "Arab Bureau" in Berlin, where he directed a massive network of Arab-Nazi collaborators. He organized tens of thousands of Bosnian and Albanian Muslims into military units known as Handschar divisions, which carried out atrocities against Yugoslav Jews, Serbs and Gypsies, and he attempted to organize an Arab-Nazi Legion. Handschar fighters would be discovered battling against Israeli independence in 1948. In 1943, in a speech in Berlin, the Mufti stated:
"The Treaty of Versailles was a disaster for the Germans as well as for the Arabs. But the Germans know how to get rid of the Jews. It is that which brings us close to the Germans and sets us in their camp... up to today." On March 1, 1944, in a radio broadcast to the Arab people from Berlin, the Mufti stated:
"Arabs! Rise as one and fight for your sacred rights. Kill the Jews wherever you find them. This pleases God, history, and religion. This saves your honor." The Mufti initiated some of the most virulently pro-Nazi and Jew-hating broadcasts in history. Labeled a war criminal and tried in absentia at Nuremberg, he spent the rest of his life living in opulence in Cairo as a hero. His broadcasts, pamphlets, intelligence network and sabotage against Israel would continue after his death in 1974. In his memoirs, he wrote: "Our fundamental condition for cooperating with Germany was a free hand to eradicate every last Jew from Palestine and the Arab world. I asked Hitler for an explicit undertaking to allow us to solve the Jewish problem in a manner befitting our national and racial aspirations, and according to the scientific methods innovated by Germany in the handling of its Jews. The answer I got was: ´The Jews are yours.´" By Chuck Morse (Click Here To See)
Otto SkorzenyThe Mastermind Behind Modern Warfare In Egypt & Trainer Of Arab Terror Units
Bottom: Modern Nazi Trained Palestinian Police Give The Hitler "Sieg Hiel" German Salute
While recuperating from his injuries fighting on the Russian front, he was given a staff role in Berlin, where he read all the published literature he could find on commando warfare, and forwarded to higher command his ideas on unconventional commando warfare. Skorzeny's proposals were to develop units specialized in such unconventional warfare, including partisan-like fighting deep behind enemy lines, fighting in enemy uniform, sabotage attacks, etc. In April 1943 Skorzeny's name was put forward by Ernst Kaltenbrunner, the new head of the RSHA, and Skorzeny met with SS-Brigadeführer Walter Schellenberg, head of Amt VI, Ausland-SD, (the SS foreign intelligence service department of the RSHA). Schellenberg charged Skorzeny with command of the schools organized to train operatives in sabotage, espionage, and paramilitary techniques. Skorzeny was appointed commander of the recently created "Waffen Sonderverband z.b.V". Friedenthal stationed near Berlin. (The unit was later renamed "SS Jagdverbände 502", and in November 1944 again to SS Combat Unit "Center", expanding ultimately to five battalions.)  Sonderverband z.b.V. Friedenthal's first mission was in summer 1943. "Operation Francois" saw Skorzeny send a group by parachute into Iran to make contact with the dissident mountain tribes to encourage them to sabotage Allied supplies of material being sent to the Soviet Union via the Trans-Iranian Railway. Werwulf (German for "werewolf") was the name given to a Nazi plan, which began development in 1944, to create a commando force which would operate behind enemy lines as the Allies advanced through Germany itself. In late summer/early autumn 1944, Heinrich Himmler initiated "Unternehmen Werwolf" (Operation Werwolf), ordering SS Obergruppenführer Hans-Adolf Prützmann to begin organising an elite troop of volunteer forces to operate secretly behind enemy lines. As originally conceived, these Werwulf units were intended to be legitimate uniformed military formations trained to engage in clandestine operations behind enemy lines in the same manner as Allied Special Forces such as Commandos. Prützmann was named "Generalinspekteur für Spezialabwehr" (General Inspector of Special Defence) and assigned the task of setting up the force's headquarters in Berlin and organising and instructing the force. Prutzmann had studied the guerrilla tactics used by Soviet partisans while stationed in the occupied territories of Ukraine and the idea was to teach these tactics to the members of Operation Werwolf. Seeing that German defeat was inevitable, Skorzeny played an instrumental role in selecting and training recruits for a stay-behind Nazi organization, the Werwölfe (Werewolves), who would engage in guerrilla warfare against the occupying Allies. This was the original idea. This idea faded however, as Skorzeny quickly realized that the Werewulf's were simply too few in number to become an effective fighting force. Ever creative, Otto instead used them to set up the "Ratlines", a super-secret underground railroad that helped leading Nazis escape after Germany's surrender to the Middle East and South America. These "Ratlines," would later form the basis of the ODESSA network after the war. General Skorzeny surrendered on 16 May 1945, feeling that he could be useful to the Americans in the forthcoming Cold War. He emerged from the woods near Salzburg, Austria, and surrendered to a Lieutenant of the US 30th Infantry Regiment. He wasn't wrong and it wasn't long before he was indeed recruited by the US and spent the rest of his life in a sort of double role, employed officially by the US and unofficially furthering the interests of the postwar ODESSA organization and its hopes for a "Fourth Reich" that would one day rise again. The ODESSA Organization
After his surrender in 1945, Skorzeny was detained in an internment camp at Darmstadt awaiting the decision of a denazification court. On July 27, 1948 he escaped from the camp. Officially, he escaped with the help of three former SS officers dressed in US Military Police uniforms who entered the camp and claimed that they had been ordered to take Skorzeny to Nuremberg for a legal hearing. Skorzeny afterwards maintained that the US authorities had aided his escape, and had supplied the uniforms. The infamous organization: "ODESSA", the name taken from the from the German Organisation "der ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen", meaning “Organization of Former SS Members,” or ODESSA, is believed to have been an international Nazi network set up toward the end of World War II by a group of SS officers. The purpose of the ODESSA was to establish and facilitate secret escape routes, later known as "Ratlines", to allow SS members to avoid their capture and prosecution for war crimes. Most of those fleeing out of Germany and Austria were helped to the Middle East and South America. Several books by those involved in the War Crimes Commission (including T.H. Tetens and Joseph Wechsberg) have verified the organization's existence and provided details of its operations. Wechsberg studied Simon Wiesenthal's memoirs on the ODESSA and verified them with his own experiences in the book: "The Murderers Among Us". In the realm of fiction, the Frederick Forsyth best-selling 1972 cinema thriller: "The Odessa File" brought the organization to popular attention. (The novel was turned into a film starring Jon Voight.) In the novel, Forsyth's ODESSA smuggled war criminals to Latin America, but also attempted to protect those SS members who remained behind in Germany, and plotted to influence political decisions in West Germany. While Nazi concentration camp supervisors denied the existence of the ODESSA, US War Crimes Commission reports and American OSS officials did not. In interviews of outspoken German anti-Nazis by Joseph Wechsberg, former American OSS officer and member of the US War Crimes Commission, it was verified that plans were made for the creation of a "Fourth Reich" before the fall of the Third,[A] and that this was to be implemented by reorganizing former Nazi's in remote Nazi colonies overseas: "The Nazis decided that the time had come to set up a world-wide clandestine escape network"[B] notes intellegence officer Joseph Wechsberg in his book. Otto And The Middle East
After the war, Skorzeny spent time in the Middle East.
In 1952 Egypt had been taken over by General Mohammed Naguib. Skorzeny was sent to Egypt the following year by former Nazi General Reinhard Gehlen, who was now working for the CIA from his station post in West Germany. Otto's job was to act as General Naguib's military advisor. In this capacity, Skorzeny now recruited a staff made up of former SS officers to train the Egyptian army. Among these officers were SS General Wilhelm Farmbacher, Panzer General Oskar Munzel, Leopold Gleim, head of the Gestapo Department for Jewish Affairs in Poland, and Joachim Daemling, former chief of the Gestapo in Düsseldorf joined Skorzeny in Egypt. As John Luftus describes it: In Egypt, "Otto Skorzeny used CIA money to recruit for the new Egyptian security services about 100 German advisers, many of whom he reached through neo-Nazi organizations and SS escape networks. Buensch, General Gehlen's resident chief in Cairo, was a vetern of Eichmann's SS "Jewish Affairs" office." This relationship is confirmed by former CIA Officer Miles Copeland's book: "The Game Player". In discussing the Nazi-Nasser relationship in the 1950's:
"Early in the Egyptian-American relationship, we were approached by former SS Colonel Otto Skorzeny who had been approached by military attache in the Egyptian Embassy to request his assistance in recruiting German army officers who might find Egypt a convenient place to hide out from the Nazi hunters. Could the CIA help?
Indeed we could. With Otto's help, the CIA officer working with General Gehlen in Pullach (Germany) chose some German generals, colonels and majors. The idea of planting on Middle Eastern governments Germans suspected of war crimes had a lot to say for it because they were generally both anti-American and anti-Soviet. Certainly they were anti-Semitic and therefore anti-Israel. Being believers in the purity of the Aryen race so most of them were also quite anti-Arab, although they had the good wits to conceal the fact. Anyhow, all of them were opportunists, willing to work for anyone who paid them and they happily passed on to their middle eastern employers any advice we prescribed for them.  In addition to training the army, Skorzeny put his former Werewulf commando experience to good use against the Jews by training Arab volunteers in commando tactics for possible use against British troops stationed in the Suez Canal zone. Palestinian refugees also received commando training. It was Otto Skorzeny who now planned their initial terror strikes into Israel via the Gaza Strip in 1953-1954. Included with these young recruits was the young Yasser Arafat. Otto would eventually serve as an adviser to Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser.
(see: Original Page from book) "Most people assume that when the Nazi's fled Europe after the war most of them went to Latin America, where the ruling elite's - such as the Peron's in Argentina - had always been sympathetic to Nazi ideology. Many did, but a sizable number of others found work in Egypt, notably under the regime of Gamal Abdal Nasser (1918-1970), an Egyptian army officer and political leader, who was the first president of the republic of Egypt (1956-70). In 1952 Nasser led the coup that deposed King Farouk (who was also a Nazi sympathizer), and later in 1954 he became premier and then in 1956 he became president. During the war, Hitler had enjoyed quite a following among the nationalist youth of Egypt. In 1939, Nassiri Nasser, Gamal's brother published the Arab edition of Mein Kampf. In its forward, he enthusiastically described Adolph Hitler as the "strongest man of Europe". What Started The Nazi-Arab Connection?
The Nazi-Arab connection was started by the Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini who spent the war in Germany with Hitler training Hitlers Muslim SS divisions. This began a relationship that continued after the war when the fleeing Nazis needed someplace safe to run to and the newly freed Arab countries needed training in modern warfare. According to Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke writing in Hitler's Priestess: Savitri Devi, the Hindu-Aryan myth, and Neo-Nazism (New York University Press, New York, USA, 1998). The Middle East had emerged as a haven for Nazis fleeing Europe in the 1950s, which had its roots in the anti-British and pro-Nazi attitudes of Vichy Syria, Rashid Ali in Iraq, King Farouk of Egypt and the Mufti of Jerusalem. Thus, Egypt became like Argentina, a safe-haven for Nazi's fleeing justice and retribution from the Allies in Europe. Goodrick-Clarke states that King Farouk had been "impressed" by his garage mechanics recruited from Afrika Korps POWs: "King Farouk wondered what he might achieve with officers from elite units of the Gestapo and SS who had fought so hard against the hated British" (p174). As the saying goes: "The enemy of my enemy is my friend". Thus, a number of "nazi experts" who had escaped the Allied dragnet were hired by the King as military, financial and technical advisers. Although King Farouk was himself ousted in a military coup in January 1952, the Generals of the Egyptian armed forces were themselves "great admirers" of the Nazi's and "availed themselves of further large-scale imports of ex-Nazi expertise". They were to be helped by the former Luftwaffe ace Hans-Ulrich Rudel, the ex-SS commando Otto Skorzeny (1908-1975) and Eugen Dollman in recruiting "large numbers" of former Nazi fugitives from Argentina for key posts in the new republican regime in Egypt. It is Otto Skorzeny who is generally credited with setting up the famous escape network to help Nazi war criminals escape Europe after the war, known as the ODESSA network. Thousands of Nazi war criminals benefited from his escape network (a network helped by the Vatican's own secret service). These Nazi fugitives were led to safety in Arab countries and Latin America between 1949 and 1952. The ODESSA network also had close links with the CIA. Skorzeny himself worked with the new West German intelligence service set up under CIA auspices by the former wartime German intelligence chief, Reinhard Gehlen. In fact, it was the leading CIA officer Allen Dulles who invited this SS war criminal to help reorganize the security forces of the new Egyptian Republic. By 1963, the Germans working in Egypt now included rocket scientists, which worried the Israelis. More worrisome were well founded rumors that chemical and biological warfare were to be loaded into the rockets. In Egypt, "Some former SS and Gestapo officers had been supplied, with a first batch of about 100 being enlisted by Otto Skorzeny in 1953" (Ian Black and Benny Morris, Israel's Secret Wars, p161). The first victims were Egyptian Jews and Communists, tortured by Gestapo experts. From Egypt, the model for a Nazi network spread through the Arab world. For example, former SS Alois Brunner in Damascus. This Nazi model later probably played a part in the pogroms and massacres against the Left in Iraq following the CIA and Nasser - backed coup there in 1963. As early as January 1952, the ODESSA network was in contact with "influential" Egyptian army officers and the former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, who had lived in Egypt since the fall of Nazi Germany. According to the Israeli intelligence agency MOSSAD and French intelligence files, numerous former SS officers held key positions in the secret service and political police in Egypt. These included: - Joachim Däumling, former Gestapo chief in Düsseldorf, and later engaged in SS operations in Croatia. He was employed to set up the Egyptian secret service along the lines of the SS Reichssicherheitshauptamt (Himmler's Reich Security Main Office); he was helped by the former Gestapo chief of Warsaw who organised the security police.
- SS General Oskar Dirlewanger, chief of the infamous SS penal brigade;
- SS Major Eugen Eichberger, battalion-commander in the Dirlewanger brigade;
- SS Colonel Leopold Gleim, chief of the Gestapo department for Jewish affairs in Poland;
- SS Lieutenant Colonel Bernhard Bender, Gestapo official in Poland the USSR, whose knowledge of Yiddish enabled him to penetrate Jewish underground organisations;
- SS General Heinrich Selimann, Gestapo chief in Ulm;
- SS Major Schmalstich, Gestapo liaison officer to French collaborationists and organizer of Jewish transports from Paris to Auschwitz;
- SS Major Seipal, Gestapo official in Paris;
- SS General Alois Moser, a war criminal who was involved in the extermination of the Soviet Jews in the Ukraine;
- SS officer Johannes von Leers (1902-1963), who had been responsible for anti-Semitic campaign's at Goebbels' propaganda ministry;
- SS officer, Alois Brunner, who had held senior position in Adolph Eichmann's "Jewish Department", and is now believed to be living under the protection of the Syrian secret police in Damascus;
- SS Major Walter Bollman, Nazi espionage chief in Britain before the war, and also involved in crimes against humanity and genocide against the Jews of the Ukraine;
- SS official Louis Heiden, who was transferred to the Egyptian press office during the war;
- Franz Bartel, an "old fighter" in the early days of the NSDAP in Germany, and Gestapo officer;
- Walter Birgal, an SS officer from Leipzig;
- Erich Bunz, a former SA major and expert in the "Jewish Question";
- Albert Thielemann, a regional SS chief in Bohemia;
- SS Captain Wilhelm Böckler, a war criminal who had precipitated in the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto;
- Wehrmacht General Wilhelm Fahrmbacher, who took over the central planning staff in Cairo . . . . Added to this were a number of former Nazi officials and sixty military experts, mostly former Waffen-SS men, who assisted in the training of the Egyptian army. Several of them were also linked in 1958 with the then Algerian government-in-exile. At least 200 German and Austrian scientists and other personnel were deployed in the new aircraft and missile centre at Helwan, where new staff physician was Dr. Hanns Eisele, SS Captain and medical torturer in the death camp at Buchenwald. Goodrick-Clarke says that President Gamal Abdel Nasser was "well disposed" towards the Nazis, all the more because they wished to take part in the destruction of Israel. The presence of so many Nazi's in Egypt under the Nasser regime was exposed in the world press in October 1962, and precipitated a crisis in the Israeli government (who had ordered MOSSAD to make try and kill several of the Nazi's), and embarrassment in West Germany, over the exposure of postwar Nazi collaboration with the Nasser regime. Not surprisingly, the few remaining Egyptian Jews fled. From population of 75,000 Jews in 1948, by 1974 only 350 remained. In 1956, 4000 Jews were expelled, after being forced to renounce all property rights and financial claims. In 1957, all Egyptian Jews not in "continuous residence" since 1900 were deprived of citizenship. In 1960, many synagogues were closed down, along with Jewish orphanages, schools, hospitals and old peoples homes; and in 1967, all Jews in official positions were dismissed, with many more tortured and expelled, according to Martin Gilbert, author of The Routledge Atlas of Jewish History (Routledge, London, 1995).  (see: Original Page from book)
The Swastika Hidden Behind the CrescentWas Skorzeny In Egypt To Promote US Interests or Nazi Attitudes Towards Israel?
Phillip D. Collins, author of "The Hidden Face of Terrorism" comments:
Skorzeny went to Egypt to do more than maintain a U.S. influence over the Egyptian government. Under CIA sponsorship, Skorzeny began promoting fascism in the Middle East. Glenn Infield elaborates: . . . if there were any doubts that Skorzeny's allegiance to the United States was of an opportunist nature and temporary, they were dispelled by his actions in Egypt and the Mideast. Even his deep hatred of the Soviets was forgotten when it interfered with his personal ambitions. Egypt presented Skorzeny the opportunity to promote fascism; to establish a Nazi clique whose influence would be felt by the West German government to restore German prestige in the Mideast, and to become a wealthy man. He didn't allow the opportunity to pass . . . (205) Working with the Egyptian government also gave the Nazis an opportunity to spar with their enemies: the Jews and the Jewish nation of Israel. In 1951, the Judische Rundschau warned: "As for Skorzeny's anti-Semitic and fascist propensities, this is undoubtedly true. Skorzeny readily admits his strong anti-Semitism." Reinhard Gehlen was also strongly opposed to Israel. Glenn Infield provides evidence of Gehlen's hatred of Israel and favoritism of Arab nations:
His first task was to organize a staff of former SS and Wehrmacht officers to train the Egyptian army and security forces. He selected carefully, making certain that each officer he brought to Egypt was a diehard Nazi, an expert military tactician, and was anti-Semitic. Among those recruited by Skorzeny were SS General Oskar Dirlewanger, who had commanded a brigade composed of poachers, criminals, and men under the sentence of court-martial during the Warsaw ghetto uprising and whose actions against the Jews had earned him the nickname "Butcher of War saw"; SS Colonel Adolf Eichmann, the officer Himmler charged with the destruction of millions of Jews and who later would be kidnapped from Argentina by the Israeli secret service and smuggled back to Israel to stand trial; SS General Wilhelm Farmbacher; Panzer General Oskar Munzel; Leopold Gleim, former chief of Hitler's personal guard and Gestapo security chief of German-occupied Poland; and Joachim Daemling, former chief of the Gestapo in Dusseldorf. To handle medical problems, Skorzeny recruited Dr. Hans Eisele, who had been chief medical officer at Buchenwald concentration camp, and Heinrich Willerman, former medical director at Dachau. (207-08) Eventually, U.S. officials became suspicious about all the Nazis turning up in Egypt (208-09). However, by then it was too late. The Nazis had already planted the seeds of hate in the Middle East. When those seeds sprouted up in the Arab nationalist groups that later became Fatah, Hamas and the PLO, they became part of the terrorist threat that we face today.  Recommended Reading:
The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin al-Husseini [Paperback]
By: Chuck Morse Buy Book
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B. a b Wechsberg, The Murderers, p. 82
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14. Staff (10 September 1947). "Court Holds Former SS Officer and Seven Aides Did Not Violate the Rules of War During Battle of Bulge". The New York Times. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=FB0E16F83E5E17738DDDA90994D1405B8788F1D3.
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Dr. Aribert HeimDr. Death Alive and Well In Egypt? Tarek Hussein Farid, died August 10, 1992.
But who was he really?
CAIRO — Even in old age the imposingly tall, athletic German known to locals as Tarek Hussein Farid maintained the discipline to walk some 15 miles each day through the busy streets of Egypt’s capital. He walked to the world-renowned Al Azhar mosque here, where he converted to Islam, and to the ornate J. Groppi Cafe downtown, where he ordered the chocolate cakes he sent to friends and bought the bonbons he gave to their children, who called him "Uncle Tarek." Friends and acquaintances here in Egypt also remember him as an avid amateur photographer who almost always wore a camera around his neck, but never allowed himself to be photographed. And with good reason: Uncle Tarek was born Aribert Ferdinand Heim, a member of Hitler’s elite Waffen-SS and a medical doctor at the Buchenwald, Sachsenhausen and Mauthausen concentration camps. It was behind the gray stone walls of Mauthausen, in his native Austria, that Dr. Heim committed the atrocities against hundreds of Jews and others that earned him the nickname Dr. Death and his status as the most wanted Nazi war criminal still believed by the Simon Wiesenthal Center to be at large. Dr. Heim was accused of performing operations on prisoners without anesthesia; removing organs from healthy inmates, then leaving them to die on the operating table; injecting poison, including gasoline, into the hearts of others; and taking the skull of at least one victim as a souvenir. After living below the radar of Nazi hunters for more than a decade after World War II — much of it in the German spa town of Baden-Baden where he had a wife, two sons and a medical practice as a gynecologist — he escaped capture just as investigators closed in on him in 1962. His hiding place, as well as his death in 1992, have remained unknown until now. Investigators in Israel and Germany have repeatedly said that they believed Dr. Heim was alive and hiding in Latin America, near where a woman alleged to be his illegitimate daughter lived in Chile. Witnesses from Finland to Vietnam and from Saudi Arabia to Argentina have sent tips and reported sightings to investigators. A dusty briefcase with rusted buckles, sitting nearly forgotten in storage here in Cairo, hid the truth behind Dr. Heim’s flight to the Middle East. Obtained by The New York Times and the German television station ZDF from members of the Doma family, proprietors of the hotel here where Dr. Heim resided, the files in the briefcase tell the story of his life, and death, in Egypt. The briefcase contains an archive of yellowed pages, some in envelopes that were still sealed, of Dr. Heim’s letters and medical test results, his financial records and an underlined, annotated article from a German magazine about his own manhunt and trial in absentia, even drawings of soldiers and trains by the children he left behind in Germany. Some documents are in the name Heim, others Farid, but many of the latter, like an application for Egyptian residency under the name Tarek Hussein Farid, have the same birthday, June 28, 1914, and the same place of birth, Radkersburg, Austria, as Dr. Heim. Although none of the 10 friends and acquaintances in Cairo who identified a photograph of Dr. Heim knew his real identity, they described signs that he might have been on the run. “My idea, which I’ve taken from my father at that time, is that he was in dispute with maybe the Jews, but he took refuge in Cairo at that time,” said Tarek Abdelmoneim el Rifai, the son of Abdelmoneim el Rifai, 88, Dr. Heim’s dentist in Cairo and close friend. A certified copy of a death certificate obtained from Egyptian authorities confirmed witness accounts that the man called Tarek Hussein Farid died in 1992. “Tarek Hussein Farid is the name my father took when he converted to Islam,” said his son Rüdiger Heim. In an interview in the family’s villa in Baden-Baden, Mr. Heim, 53, admitted publicly for the first time that he was with his father in Egypt at the time of his death from rectal cancer. “It was during the Olympics. There was a television in the room, and he was watching the Olympics. It distracted him. He must have been suffering from serious pain,” said Mr. Heim, who is tall, like his father, with a long mournful face and speaks softly and carefully. Dr. Aribert Heim died the day after the Games ended, on Aug. 10, 1992, according to his son and the death certificate. Mr. Heim said he learned of his father’s whereabouts through his aunt, who has since died. He said he did not come forward because he did not wish to bring trouble to any of his father’s friends in Egypt. As the number of surviving Nazi war criminals has dwindled, his father’s case has grown in prominence. Shelter in the Middle East
Despite the newly uncovered evidence of Dr. Heim’s time in Egypt, it is impossible to definitively close his case, with the location of his burial site still a mystery. His death would be a significant but hitherto unknown milestone in the winding up of the passionate and at times controversial hunt for Nazi war criminals that led to the trial and execution of the Holocaust planner Adolf Eichmann but never managed to catch up with Josef Mengele, the most famous of the Nazi doctors, who died in Brazil in 1979, as forensic tests later proved. While the secret lives of Nazis in countries like Argentina and Paraguay captured the popular imagination in books and films like “The Odessa File” and “The Boys From Brazil,” the Heim case casts light on the often overlooked history of their flight to the Middle East. Ex-Nazi's Welcome In Egypt
Until political winds shifted, ex-Nazis were welcomed in Egypt in the years after World War II, helping in particular with military technology. Rüdiger Heim said that his father told him he knew other Nazis there, but tried to steer clear of them. Even so, how Dr. Heim was able to elude his pursuers for so long, while receiving money from Europe, most notably from his late sister, Herta Barth, and corresponding with friends and family in long letters, is unclear. “The Arab world was an even better, a safer haven than South America,” said Efraim Zuroff, the Israel director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, who had been searching for Dr. Heim and traveled to Chile last July to raise awareness about the case. Mr. Zuroff expressed surprise when informed of Dr. Heim’s apparent fate, saying the center had been about to raise the reward for information leading to his arrest to $1.3 million from $400,000. A Trail Gone Cold
The only time Dr. Heim was ever jailed was after World War II when he was held by the American military in Germany. But the military released him, apparently unaware that investigators in Austria were building a case against him. A United States war crimes team took testimony about his crimes from Josef Kohl, a former inmate at Mauthausen, on Jan. 18, 1946, less than a year after the German surrender. “Dr. Heim had a habit of looking into inmates’ mouths to determine whether their teeth were in impeccable condition,” Mr. Kohl said, according to a transcript of the interview. “If this were the case, he would kill the prisoner with an injection, cut his head off, leave it to cook in the crematorium for hours, until all the flesh was stripped from the naked skull, and prepare the skull for himself and his friends as a decoration for their desks.” Mr. Zuroff said that because Dr. Heim was at Mauthausen for a short time early in the war, in the fall of 1941, he was “aware of no people alive today who suffered at his hands and can give first-hand testimony of his crimes.” German investigators said that Dr. Heim was careful throughout the postwar period when less-controlled people might have let down their guard. Investigators noted that Dr. Heim, a talented ice hockey player, stayed out of pictures when his hockey team posed for its group portrait, even after they won the German championship. Dr. Heim owned an apartment building in Berlin, which investigators said for years provided him with income for his life incognito. At the headquarters of the Baden-Württemberg state police in Stuttgart today, small magnets freckle a map of the world, marking the spots where clues or reports of sightings surfaced. Investigators said that they had searched continuously since his disappearance in 1962, checking more than 240 leads and ruling out several people thought to be Dr. Heim. While they never caught him, they appear to have come tantalizingly close to his hiding place in the Middle East. “There was information that Heim was in Egypt working as a police doctor between 1967 and the beginning of the ’70s,” said Joachim Schäck, head of the fugitive unit at the state police. “This lead proved to be false.” According to his son, Dr. Heim had left Germany and driven through France and Spain before crossing into Morocco, and eventually settling in Egypt. “It was only sheer coincidence that the police could not arrest me because I was not at home at the time,” Dr. Heim wrote in a letter to the German magazine Spiegel, after it published a report about his war-crimes case in 1979. It is unclear whether he ever sent the letter, which was found in his files, many of which were written in meticulous cursive style in German or English. In the letter he also accused Simon Wiesenthal, who was interned at Mauthausen, of being “the one who invented these atrocities.” Dr. Heim went on to discuss what he called Israeli massacres of Palestinians, and added that “the Jewish Khazar, Zionist lobby of the U.S. were the first ones who in 1933 declared war against Hitler’s Germany.” The Turkic ethnic group the Khazars were a recurring theme for Dr. Heim, who kept himself busy in Cairo, researching a paper he wrote in English and German, decrying the possibility of anti-Semitism owing to the fact, he said, that most Jews were not Semitic in ethnic origin. Mr. Rifai recalled that Dr. Heim had shown his family many different drafts of the paper, which were among the papers found in the briefcase that The Times and ZDF television obtained. A list also showed plans to send drafts of the paper to prominent people around the world — under the name Dr. Youssef Ibrahim — including the United Nations secretary general, Kurt Waldheim, the United States national security adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and Yugoslavia’s leader, Marshal Tito. Life as Uncle Tarek
He formed close bonds with his neighbors, including the Doma family, which ran the Kasr el Madina hotel, where Dr. Heim lived the last decade before his death. Mahmoud Doma, whose father owned the establishment, said Dr. Heim spoke Arabic, English and French, in addition to German. Mr. Doma said his neighbor read and studied the Koran, including a copy in German that the Domas had ordered for him. Mr. Doma, 38, became emotional when talking about the man he knew as Uncle Tarek, whom he said gave him books and encouraged him to study. “He was like a father. He loved me and I loved him.” He recalled how Uncle Tarek bought rackets and set up a tennis net on the hotel roof, where he and his siblings played with the German Muslim until sundown. But by 1990, Dr. Heim’s good health began to fail him and his illness was diagnosed as cancer. After his death, his son Rüdiger insisted that they follow his father’s wishes and donate the body to science, not an easy task in a Muslim country where the rules dictate a swift burial and dissection is opposed. Mr. Doma, who wanted to put Uncle Tarek in the family crypt next to his father, opposed the plan. The two men rode in a white van with the body of Dr. Heim, which had been washed and wrapped in a white sheet in accordance with Muslim tradition and placed in a wooden coffin. Mr. Doma said they bribed a hospital functionary to take the body, but Egyptian authorities found out, and Dr. Heim was instead interred in a common grave, anonymously. New York Times - February 4, 2009
By: SOUAD MEKHENNET and NICHOLAS KULISH Read Original New York Times Article:
WHERE ARE THE NAZI'S NOW?
In 1947 Ex Nazi's Were Moving From from Egypt to Palestine to continue their war on the Jews.From John Loftus: "The Secret War Against The Jews" pages 234-235: According to his own account, Anthony Cavendish, a former member of the British secret service, met Maurice Oldfield who was working in for British Intelligence in Egypt soon after the war, and the two became close friends. From Cairo the two spied on Palestine, where Oldfield was mainly responsible for combating Jewish terrorism. Cavendish was particularly upset when he discovered in 1947 that ex-Nazis were moving from Egypt to Palestine to continue their war on the Jews. The Germans were prisoners of war and possessed precisely the military skills that the Arabs required if they were to drive the Jews into the sea before Israel could become an established fact. Cavendish's network discovered that the Arabs organized the "escape" of the Nazi prisoners and then spirited them away across the desert to the Sinai, where they became instructors for the Arab units. Although Cavendish's memoirs were heavily censored, the Nazi "escapes" in Egypt bear a striking similarity to the numerous escapes of Nazi war criminals from prisoner-of-war camps in Italy that had been engineered by MI6. As with the Egyptian Nazis, the Italian Ratline also sent German volunteers to the Middle East, especially to Syria and Egypt. As will be seen Chapters 11 and 13, these volunteers became important players in the secret war against the Jews.
------------------------------------- 76. "I first met Maurice Oldfield in Cairo in the summer of 1946. He was a plump and owl-faced lieutenant colonel with untidy hair and a rumpled khaki uniform. He wore spectacles and one sock dangerously lower than the other." Later Oldfield was best man at Cavendish's wedding. Granta Magazine (Summer 1988), p. 74. "Oldfield's section was mainly devoted to Jewish terrorism and, in particular overseeing the activities of the three illegal organizations in Palestine that were operating against the British .. .. The atrocity of the King David Hotel stiffened the attitude of the military, which was to a large extent, already pro-Arab and anti-Semitic. Lieutenant General Evelyn Barker, the Army Commander, whose office was in the old city, published an order blaming the Jewish public for its passive support of the terrorists.... He ordered the cessation of social intercourse between the Btitish soldiers and the Jews." Ibid., p. 22. 78. - "In 1947, the Arabs also began using German prisoners-of-war who were still held in Egypt; the Germans had experience with explosives, they knew military weaponry; and they were sympathetic to the Arab cause, if not actually anti-Semitic. The Arabs would organize the escape of the Germans from their prison camps and channel them along various underground routes to the Arab groups operating in Palestine. The stolen weapons, carried by camel across the desert, would end up in the Sinai, where the escaped prisoners-of-war would be set up as instructors, training Arab units." Granta Magazine (Summer 1988), p. 24. 79. - "Anti-Semitic disorders broke out in England, and in Palestine some members of the police and army took the law into their own hands and beat or killed Jews ... . The killings increased, and it became clear that the problem was insoluble. At the end of 1947 Ernest Bevin's policy of non-participation was again approved, and it was decided that British rule would end." Ibid., pp. 28-29.
1953 - 1961: Nazis-for-Nasser OperationFrom John Loftus: "The Secret War Against The Jews" pages 256-257 According to some of the former intelligence officers we interviewed for this chapter, one of the secrets that Ben-Gurion was keeping to use against Nixon involved a program run by Allen Dulles to help the Arabs get missiles to use against Israel. The operation started in 1953, when Dulles asked his ex-Nazi friend General Gehlen to send a few Nazis to Egypt, as a sort of under-the-table training force for Nasser. Miles Copeland was the point man for laundering the American money. Former SS colonel Otto Skorzeny did the hiring, using CIA money, and a large number of Nazi war criminals were funneled to the Egyptian secret service.  This was a bit too much for the Israelis to stomach, and they launched a clumsy retaliatory strike in 1954 that was quickly exposed as the "Lavon Affair." Emboldened by this setback to Israeli intelligence, Nasser asked for more Nazis, this time scientists who could build him a rocket with enough range to hit Israel. The Gehlen man who handled the hiring of German rocket scientists was none other than Alois Brunner, one of Eichmann's top assistants in carrying out the Final Solution, who had settled in Damascus, Syria, where he still lives. In his account of the Nazis-for-Nasser operation, Miles Copeland was uncharacteristically coy about his own role. According to Copeland, his idea was to sabotage Nasser by having Gehlen send him incompetents who "could be counted upon to screw up the Egyptian army so thoroughly that it wouldn't be able to find its way from Cairo to Ismailia, let alone fight the British after arriving there." It was a lie.
The ex-Nazis Gehlen recruited for Nasser were anything but incompetent, particularly some of the rocket scientists. Copeland passed off the Nazis-for-Nasser program as a little joke, one that he shared with his friends in the Mossad. The actual construction of the rocket facilities had begun in 1959, but it was not until September 1961 that Israeli intelligence discovered that Egypt could have as many as one hundred ground-to-ground missiles ready by the end of 1962. By that summer the Mossad had a full team established to study the progress of the German rocket scientists in Egypt. With the help of an agent in the German post office, they obtained some key proof, a letter "dated 24 March that year from a leading German scientist called Professor Wolfgang Pilz, to the Egyptian director of a rocket factory code named 333". According to the document, 900 missiles were to be constructed and there was additional, although flimsier evidence of research work being carried out to fit the weapons with gas, chemical or biological warheads."
_______________________________________ Footnotes: 61. Confidential interviews, former Israeli military attaches; former members of Israeli diplomatic corps; former Western intelligence liaison to Israel; former members, East Bloc intelligence services; former agents, CIA; former analysts, DIA; former liaison to the NSA. 62. "Skorzeny used CIA money to recruit for the Egyptian security services about 100 German advisers, many of whom he reached through neo-Nazi organizations and SS escape networks .... Buensch, Gehlen's resident chief in Cairo, was a veteran of Eichmann's SS :Jewish Affairs' office." Simpson, Blowback, pp. 250-251. 63. "... early tn the Egyptian-American relationship, we began to suspect that Nasser was employing experts other than those we provided, his trust in us being less than 100 per cent. . . . Our suspicions were confirmed when former SS Colonel Otto Skorzeny dropped in on our station chief in Madrid to inform him that he had been approached by the Military Attache in the Egyptian Embassy there to request his assistance in recruiting German army officers who might lind Egypt a convenient place to hide out from the Nazi hunters. Could the CIA help? Indeed we could. With Otto's help, the CIA oflicer working with General Gehlen in Pullach chose some German generals, colonels and majors who were so stupid that they could be counted upon to screw up the Egyptian army so thoroughly that it wouldn't be able to find its way from Cairo to lsmailia, let alone light the British after arriving there. "The idea of planting on Middle Eastern governments Germans suspected of war crimes had a lot to say for it, because they were generally both anti-American and anti-Soviet, and presumed to be anti-Semitic and therefore anti-Israel. Most of them were also anti-Arab, although they had the wit to conceal that fact. Anyhow, all of them were opportunists, willing to work for anyone who paid them, and they happily passed on to their Middle Eastern employers any advice we prescribed for them. Naturally, we had some trouble in getting clearance for projects involving the use of Nazis and ex-Nazis, but our difliculties disappeared when our friends in Israel's Mossad admitted that they, too, were using ex-Nazis for a number of nefarious purposes, and for the same reasons that they were attractive to us." Copeland, The Game Player, p. 181. 65. "... a first assessment on the development of ground-to-ground missiles in Egypt. A second intelligence Branch evaluation ... predicted that about 100 rockets could be operational within a year to eighteen months ..." Ian Black and Benny Morris, Israel's Secret Wars. The Untold History ofIsraeli Intelligence (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1991), p. 194. 66. Ibid., pp. 193-194.
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