The Mufti of Jerusalem and friend
I’d like to know who was responsible for this biography of al-Husseini that portrayed him as a “moderate supporter of non-violence.” We have seen many times how jihadists and their allies whitewash history to obscure anything that might reflect negatively on Islam or the Islamic supremacist agenda today. This is just another example of it. Whoever abetted this, whether out of ignorance or complicity, should at very least be reprimanded.
“U.S. Holocaust Museum Removes Falsified Biography of Mufti of Jerusalem,” from Holocaust Museum Watch, August 13 (thanks to Looney Tunes):
The U.S. Holocaust Museum (USHMM) today removed from its website the falsified biography of the Holocaust era Mufti of Jerusalem. The Museum was criticized for blurring the line between facts and opinion, and in so doing, opening the door to Holocaust denial.
The father of Palestinian nationalism, the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Hussayni, was a terrorist and a Nazi collaborator, indicted at the Eichmann Trial. The Museum wrote a web biography which presented al-Hussayni as a moderate supporter of non-violence. Falsifying and omitting key facts from the historical record, including photographs of Hussayni conferring with Hitler, the Holocaust Museum attempted to exonerate him from well documented charges of Nazi collaboration. The Museum’s website stated that his “controversial”¦relationship with Hitler’s government”¦has led some to label him a Nazi collaborator and war criminal”¦.”
Within hours of the widespread dissemination to the press and public of HMWatch’s press release describing the Museum’s whitewash of the Mufti, the Museum removed the article.
The Museum still does NOT have in its archives the infamous November 28, 1941 photograph of the Mufti meeting with Hitler when he obtained Hitler’s assurance to exterminate the Jews of the Middle East. Nor does the Museum have a factual biography of the Mufti and his role in creating the Nazi-Palestinian alliance.
There are direct historical links between the Nazis, the Final Solution, Husayni, the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda. The Museum chose to falsify these historical roots in the Mufti’s biography because the Museum is determined to be silent about current Muslim anti-Semitism and its connection to Nazism….