As Leftists in the West continue to vilify counter-jihadists as "fascists" and "neo-Nazis," it's useful to remember that the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, lived in Berlin during World War II, made broadcasts for the Nazis, and raised up a Muslim SS division in Bosnia, home of this new movement. Real Nazis have always had an affinity for Islamic jihadists and supremacists, and vice versa. "Jews Vilified by Bosnian-Muslim Neo-Nazi Group," from Algemeiner, March 27 (thanks to George):
A new Bosnian Neo-Nazi group, the Bosanski Pokret Nacionalnog Ponosa (Bosnian National Pride Movement), is increasingly championing anti-Semitism in the country. Ninety-five percent of its members are Muslim.
“The Jews have immense influence throughout the world—in [the domains of] politics, economy, culture, and religion,” the group writes on its website. “Freedom of speech is granted to a handful of ‘privileged’ politicians, journalists and functionaries that are puppets of the Zionist mechanism.”
According to the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), this group reveres the alliance between Muslims and Nazis during World War II. Bosnia now bans Neo-Nazi groups, as do many other European nations in the wake of the Holocaust.