Islamo-Nazism is factual, not hyperbole. The Farhud and the Palestinian ‘cause’

Nazism continues to inspire the Palestinians. by Lyn Julius in JNS.org May 31, 2023.

Have you heard of the Farhud? Chances are you haven’t. This anti-Jewish massacre—Farhud means “forced dispossession” in Arabic—took place 82 years ago this week in Iraq. Yet a recent poll found that only 7% of Israelis have heard about it. 

Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al Husseini was
a Waffen SS recruiter and Nazi propagandist in Berlin
On June 1-2, 1941, at least 180 Jews were murdered in Baghdad and Basra—the figure could have been as many as 600—2,000 were wounded and 900 homes and 586 Jewish-owned businesses were destroyed.

There was looting, rape and mutilation. Stories abound of babies murdered and Jewish hospital patients being refused treatment or poisoned. The dead were hurriedly buried in a mass grave. The Farhud sounded the death knell for the ancient Jewish community of Iraq.

Iraqi-Jewish refugee, Joseph Samuels recounts how the Nazi connection with the Muslim leaders turned Muslims violently against their neighbors in a pogrom "Farhud," in 1941. The Jews had no where to flee from Iraq until Palestine, beginning 1947.

More “Farhuds” decimated other Jewish communities in Arab countries, leading to a mass exodus. Most of these Jews fled to Israel, where they and their descendants comprise over half the Jewish population.

Besides the general ignorance of the Farhud, the Palestinian role in it is almost unknown. In fact, the infamous Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, helped lay the groundwork for the massacre.

The Farhud, in other words, was proof that anti-Zionist “resistance” to the Jews of Palestine had spilled over into unabashed antisemitism directed against the Jews of the Arab world.  

The Mufti himself spent two years in Iraq beginning in 1939. He arrived with 400 Syrians and Palestinians, most of them teachers. In April, 1941, the Mufti backed a pro-Nazi coup led by Rashid Ali al-Gilani and four military officers. 

Theirs was the only Arab regime to sign a treaty with Nazi Germany. Throughout the Middle East, Arab public opinion was mostly pro-German. A poll carried out on behalf of the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem in Feb. 1941 found that 88% of Palestinian Arabs wanted the Nazis to win the war.

Ms. Sarah Idan, the former Miss Iraq contestant in Miss Universe 2017 Competition acknowledges the roots of the pan-Muslim political opposition to Israel in the German Nazi involvement with Iraq and Egypt.


What the late singer, Ed Ames, encouraged us to "Try to Remember"

Fifty-days short of his 96th birthday, actor and singer Ed Ames died in Hollywood from Alzheimer's Disease. He passed on the Sunday before Memorial Day weekend, which is significant that such a patriot be remembered close to one of the rare dates that some Americans consider that our freedom might take earning and maintaining.

You may remember Ed Ames for his acting, whether on television as Daniel Boone's sentry Mingo, (whose tomahawk throwing skills astonished Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show) or a solo recording artist, known for "My Cup Runneth Over" or "Try to Remember" from his off-Broadway acting role in "The Fantasticks."

The Tonight Show's co-host, Ed McMahon, in a video interview, considered Ames' and Carson's tomahawk demonstration "the funniest laugh ever in television!"

In the context of the theatrical The Fantasticks, Mr. Ames' "Try to Remember" reminds us to appreciate and learn from our earlier experiences. Don't take our prior life conditions for granted, as circumstances may deteriorate over time. 

(Ed Ames on video singing "Try to Remember" on a PBS show called Over Easy hosted by Hugh Downs 12/31/79). (courtesy PizzaGuy2002)

Less well known is Mr. Ames' socio-political activism. America's epoch of the 1950's included coping with 
Karl Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin, Mao
a Communist threat from the newly-atomic Soviet Union. In the mid-60's Mao's Zedong's Communist Chinese Party undertook what they called the Cultural Revolution. This revolution demonstrated the power of propaganda and ideology to manipulate and control people. Mao's Red Guards were able to use these tools to turn ordinary citizens against each other, which led to widespread violence and destruction. Estimates range that the regime persecuted millions of people whom they deemed to be enemies of the state, killing many (estimated between .5 and 2 million people).

Imperialist Islamism, Marxism opposes free states
A native Jewish Bostonian, Mr. Ames witnessed the arrival of Jewish refugee survivors of the Holocaust. The Nazi-influenced, mideast Arab politicians launched military wars attempting a new genocide of the Jews of Israel, beginning at this time of year, in May,1948. This would recur in 1967, 1973, and 1982. To advocate to preserve American support for Israel amidst the newly Islamist Iran, Mr. Ames became active in the Zionist Organization of America, eventually becoming President of its Los Angeles chapter.

Observing Barack Obama's shifting US support away from Israel and towards her avowed Islamist enemies, Mr. Ames became more involved in Republican culture, putting his reputation at risk in Hollywood.

On September 11, 2011, we asked Ed Ames about how well western societies were doing not mollifying society against defeating the global Jihad, 10-years after the Islamist attacks on Washington and New York City.

In this video, he expresses his concerns about the lack of vigilance in various sectors of the American society that could potentially render the country defenseless against the war on terror. He warns against reducing the military spending, which could result in the country admitting defeat, and points out that Israel is the primary democratic country in the Middle East that has to defend itself from Islamism from within and without. Ames emphasizes that Israel is America's bastion in the Middle East, which spends the money given to it by America on American arms, thereby creating American jobs. Ames argues that the Obama administration has downplayed the role of radical Islam in the conflict with America and suggests that Obama has done nothing to help Israel, in fact, has targeted them before the UN Civil Rights Commission while overlooking their democratic and generous nature.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, Ed Ames expresses his concerns about the lack of vigilance in the America's government, press, universities, and television, which could make the country defenseless against the war on terror. He states that reducing the government's military spending will hollow out the military and will lead to an admission of defeat, which will be disastrous for the country. He points out that Iraq will become a semi-colony of Iran if the US leaves, Israel will become tools of the Iranian mullahs, and the Taliban will take over Afghanistan if troops fully withdraw. Lastly, he emphasizes that Israel is the only democratic country in the Middle East that is at war with the Muslims, who formally declared war on the US, citing that Israel is the canary in the mine.

  • 00:05:00 In this section of the video, Ed Ames discusses the relationship between Israel and the United States. He notes that 80% of the money the US gives to Israel is spent back in the US. He also emphasizes that Israel is America's bastion in the Middle East, spending their money on American arms, which helps create American jobs. Ames then addresses the Obama administration's approach to downplaying the role of radical Islam in the conflict with America. He says that Islam is not a pure religion but, instead, a political group looking to conquer and set up a caliphate. He warns that even if Islamists denounce militant jihadism, it doesn't mean that they have given up their goal of a revolution against American democracy.

  • 00:10:00 In this section, the speaker argues that lying in the name of advancing the interests of Islam is justified in order to expand their conquest of the world, which is the opposite of peace. He also discusses the Arab Lobby's attempt to establish hegemony over the United States and how a significant portion of the Muslim population sympathize with the jihadi cause. When discussing Obama's Mideast policies, Ames suggests that his family's background and associations suggest a lack of hostility towards the jihadi cause and a willingness to let Israel fall. The speaker also believes that Obama has done nothing to help Israel and, in fact, has targeted them before the UN Civil Rights Commission while overlooking the democratic and generous nature of Israel.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, Ed Ames explains that it is against the law of Islam to kill people arbitrarily. He then goes on to criticize the Obama administration for what he believes to be a lie - bringing Israel and Arizona before the United Nations to be judged, an action that he believes mollifies both America's and Israel's resistance against Islamist conquest.
In this excerpt from a TJ Lublinsky PBS special, Mr. Ames performs "Who Will Answer" reflecting his concerns about the decaying conditions in our society.


Trump-voting, cyber-expert who "proved Mike (Lindell) wrong" concerned about Lindell welching; Offers services to explore verifiable, election fraud

Forensic engineer, Robert Zeidman, a participant in MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's "prove Mike wrong challenge," speaks about having debunked the evidence Lindell has presented regarding the 2020 U.S. election. Mr. Zeidman reveals that Mr. Lindell's evidence was a collection of Word documents and a spreadsheet that were poorly disguised to look like sophisticated data.

He says that the claims he challenged in Lindell's "Prove Mike Wrong"$5 million dare are valid and that Lindell was directed to pay him - which Lindell is welching on. Mr. Zeidman believes that the materials Mr. Lindell purchased to prove voter fraud is hindering the real investigations that might actually show voter fraud. Though a Republican himself, Zeidman encourages people to come forward with credible evidences to allow justice to be served through the legal system.


WWII's Warsaw Ghetto Uprising - lessons on 80th-year commemoration

Iconic photo (colorized) of German soldiers shipping Jewish families from the
Warsaw Ghetto off to be murdered at the Treblinka Concentration Camp,  1943

80-years ago this month, y
oung Jewish slave-labor inmates of the Nazi-imposed ghetto in Warsaw, aware of their limited survival chances (and despite their limited access to weapons) rebelled for 29 days (beginning April 19-May 16, 1943) against the Nazi army deporting residents to the Treblinka death camp.

Though ultimately unsuccessful in preventing the Germans from entering the ghetto, the Jewish people's strategic and brave fighting showed that even amidst oppression, they could unite and fight back. The Uprising left a lasting legacy. It was the largest Jewish uprising in the Second World War and it inspired Jewish youth – in ghettos from Lvov to Będzin to Białystok, and in camps including Treblinka and Sobibor – to resist. It was an act of utmost courage – not least because the men and women fighting knew from the beginning that they had no hope of victory. They had been forced by the sheer inhumanity of the situation created by the occupying Germans to choose death in combat rather than in the camps.
Jews staved-off Nazis during Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

In this video interview at the Holocaust Musuem L.A., Rabbi Moshe Cohn, who heads Yad Vashem's International School for Holocaust Studies discusses the significance of the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

Polish-born Jewish man, Ben Lesser, age 94, explains how in 1940, Polish Christians, (empowered by Germany's National Socialist Army) confiscated ordinary Jewish citizens' businesses, dispossessed them from their homes, stole their homes, and concentrated them in racial ghettos. Mr. Lesser explains how the Jewish ghettos (an overcrowded apartment district where lucky folks worked as slaves inside or outside the walls to avoid deportation to concentration and death camps) differed from today's socio-economic ghetto neighborhoods. Most Jewish people were deported as slaves to concentration camps - where they were labored (ususally to death), if they survived (unlike many women and children) being gassed to death upon arrival or shot and incinerated.

The Warsaw ghetto uprising was the very first civilian uprising in occupied Europe, and the largest act of Jewish resistance during the Holocaust. There were attempts at armed resistance in at least 100 other ghettos, and among Jewish partisans, who engaged in sabotage and guerilla warfare.


How Calif Gov. Newsom's "wokers' paradise" lost the programmer that debunked Mike Lindell's evidence

Bob Zeidman is a technology entrepreneur, author, and tournament poker player who discusses a variety of topics in this video interview. He starts by discussing his move from California to Nevada, where he enjoys lower taxes and a better quality of life. He then talks about the impact his conservative political views have on his business and personal relationships. He believes that some clients, upon discovering his political affiliation, did not hire him - despite being impressed with his work. 

Mr. Zeidman goes on to discuss the reluctance of some people to have their opinions challenged and how this is leading to the suppression of free speech. He also shares his views on socialism and communism, citing Israel as the only country where socialism came close to working. He hopes to warn people about the dangers of socialist ideologies through his books. 

Mr. Zeidman also talks about the challenge conservatives and libertarians face in Silicon Valley where people are pressured to conform to progressive ideologies. Lastly, he discusses the polarization of politics and the need for people to respect and compromise with each other.


Biden administration attempts coup against Israel's new government for restoring true democracy

by Guy Milliere (in auto-translated from the original French in LeDreuz)
Since the Israeli right won the parliamentary elections on November 1st, and Binyamin Netanyahu - after having been defamed, destabilized, incriminated in court for essentially non-existent reasons, removed from power, replaced for a year by an opportunist, Naftali Bennett (a right-winger wearing a reversible vest, ready to form a government that looks like a piece of junk dominated by the Left, and powerless - both in the face of a Biden administration hostile to Israel, and in the face of the rise of murderous anti-Jewish terrorism), Binyamin Netanyahu was able to form a coherent government. Yet, the Israeli Left shows that it is ready to imitate the American Left in matters of ignominy and irresponsibility.
Interim Prime Minister Yair Lapid said as soon as the election result was known - that the government Binyamin Netanyahu could form would be legal, but "not legitimate" and would pose a "danger to democracy." Since then, he has made equally vile and inflammatory remarks. Several former IDF chiefs of staff have called for civil disobedience and urged the army to disobey government orders. Demonstrations have been held every Saturday night in Tel Aviv to denounce the government in very vehement terms, and "Palestinian" flags are unfurled alongside Israeli flags. Calls for insurrection have been made several times.

French law-professor, Guy Milliere, wrote
"Twilight over Europe"about Islamo-Marxism
encroaching throughout western societies 

The main reason given is the reform of the Israeli Supreme Court that the new Israeli government wants to carry out, and disinformation on the subject in the European press and in the American left-wing press is rife. One could imagine, reading what is written, that the new Netanyahu government wants to abolish the rule of law in Israel and install an authoritarian regime, and the incessant use of the expression "far right" to describe this government is supposed to install in people's minds the idea that Binyamin Netanyahu is a fascist. The truth is, of course, very different, and the European press and the American left-wing press cannot be counted on to say it.
Prof. Guy Milliere, in this November '20 video interview, discusses Western politicians' peculiar support for CCP-backed, apocalyptic Iranian Mullahs and their jihadist terror armies pursuing conquest of Israel, Egypt, and the Gulf oil states.

The Israeli Supreme Court was created as soon as Israel's independence was proclaimed. The Left was then in the majority in Israel and the justices of the Supreme Court were left-wing, but at the time, the Israeli Left was a lucid Left about the dangers weighing on the country, and responsible: the threat from the Arab world was blatant and potentially deadly for the newly born State of Israel, the "Palestinian people" had not yet been invented. It was obvious that Israel had to fight to survive.

There came a time when the Israeli Left began to see its power erode.

The Israeli right won elections for the first time, in 1977, and Menachem Begin became prime minister. He remained so for six years. Yitzhak Shamir succeeded him and was in power until 1992 (the Left, led by Shimon Peres, was in power for only two years between 1984 and 1986, and Shamir was in power from 1983 to 1984, and again from 1986 to 1992). The year 1992 saw the return to power of the Left, and Yitzhak Rabin became prime minister and signed the disastrous Oslo Accords, which led to the return to the Middle East of terrorist gang leader Yasser Arafat, the creation of the Palestinian Authority, and an atrocious wave of murderous attacks in Israel.