Historical photos further evidence of Palestinian Muslim link to Nazi Germany.

Haj Amin al-Husseini pictured visiting an unnamed German camp during World War II. . (photo credit:KEDEM AUCTION HOUSE)

The history books can now add further evidence of a Palestinian Muslim leader’s links to Nazi Germany thanks to the discovery of some photos dated between 1942-1943 that have never been made public before. They show Palestinian Mutfi Hag Amin al-Husseini visiting an unidentified German camp.

In the pictures the Muslim leader, who presided over what was known as ‘Palestine’ during the rule of the British Mandate, can be seen touring the grounds of a Nazi camp in Europe. He is flanked by high-ranking Nazi officials dressed in official attire.

Israels’ Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the World Zionist Conference in 2015 ignited a firestorm in the media when he intimated that Jerusalem Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini planted the idea of the Final Solution in Hitler’s mind.

…Haj Amin al-Husseini, who was later sought for war crimes in the Nuremberg trials because he had a central role in fomenting the final solution,” … “He flew to Berlin. Hitler didn’t want to exterminate the Jews at the time, he wanted to expel the Jews. And Haj Amin al-Husseini went to Hitler and said, ‘If you expel them, they’ll all come here.’ ‘So what should I do with them?’ he asked. He said, ‘Burn them‘.”


Husseini’s hate-filled words from the past are not any different to the views of Hamas’ leadership today.

…Among the leaders that were already identified captured on camera alongside Mufti al-Husseini are Austrian politician Arthur Seyss-Inquart (who was executed at the Nuremberg Trials for committing crimes against humanity), Croatian politician Mile Budak (who served as the envoy to Germany from 1941 to 1943), Fritz Grobba (then-German ambassador to Iraq and later in charge of Middle Eastern Affairs at the German Foreign Ministry) and Iraqi politician Rashid Ali Al-Gaylani.

The photographs were originally discovered by an anonymous German collector who bought them from a dealer in historical documents and later consigned them to the auction house in Jerusalem. The back of each picture is stamped with the words ‘Photo-Gerhards Trebbin,’ which attest that they were developed (and therefore also possibly taken) in the area of Trebbin, Germany.

Trebbin was home to a German labor camp and a subcamp of the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. The auction house said that an expert who saw the photographs suggested that the inmates were foreigners who were incarcerated in a forced-labor camp.

…The images further prove the undeniable ties between the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and the Nazi regime.

In March this year more evidence to the connection was revealed when Jerusalem’s National Library uncovered a never-before-seen telegram that was written by infamous SS commander Heinrich Himmler and sent to al-Husseini around 1943.

In it, Himmler, who was one of the masterminds behind Nazi Germany’s ‘Final Solution‘ plan, wrote to the mufti that his country was closely following the Palestinian resistance against the Balfour Declaration and promised that Germany will stand firmly by the Arabs of Palestine in their fight against the “criminal” document…


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