One of the leaders of the “Jewish Affairs” in Galicia, Altern Erich, converted to Islam and took the name of “Ali Bella” in Egypt, where he trained Palestinian terrorists.
Leopold Gleim was known through his original name as a head of the Gestapo in Poland, but became “Ali al- Nahar” at the service of the Egyptian dictator Nasser.
Oskar Dirlewanger, after killing tens of thousands of Jews in the Ukraine, became the bodyguard of the Egyptian dictator. Dr. Heinrich Willerman, famous for some of the most atrocious experiments at Dachau, and directed the terrorist “Camp Samarra” in Egypt.
After having “liquidated” the Warsaw ghetto, Kurt Baurnann joined the Ministry of War in Cairo and trained the Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
I may slow down here for not wanting to interminably quote from the English language newspapers of foreign states.
In 2006, it was all new.
Here toward the end of 2013, I may be done for a little bit.
Giulio Meotti possesses integrity. With his work, one need not worry about the “bending and twisting it some” nor with “history upside-down”: he talks straight and the progressive among Islamic Humanists would do well to take in his observations as regards how they might wish to be regarded by history.
This day started with an encounter on Facebook with eloquently vile anti-Semitic rant.
I didn’t take the bait in situ, but it’s been that kind of day: cloudy sunny, sunny cloudy, full of hate, full of hope — and those who hate Jews hate mankind and themselves most of all.
In the language code of sadistic torture, refusing the feedback of eyes, ears, mouths, and writing hands signals how deep and how relentless such hate has been for its bearers.
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