The True History of Muslim Brotherhood & Their Partnership with Adolf Hitler

Clip from Sabotage The Movie 

Brannon Howse:  So that people might get an idea of just how evil the Muslim Brotherhood is, it’s working to sabotage America in concert with the Marxists.  Please tell us briefly about the coalition that the Muslim Brotherhood built with Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime.

Guest:  There’s no way that the Muslims could be doing what they’re doing in our country unless they were being given access and support and empowerment by the Marxists in America, by these socialists.  But the relationship goes all the way back to Nazi Germany, and even all the way back to World War I.

Now, to your question about the relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood that was founded by an Egyptian schoolteacher, Hassan al-Banna, back in 1928.  He was an admirer of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem who met with Adolf Hitler during the Second World War.  Hitler had recruited tens of thousands of Muslims into his German army.  But the relationship between the German Socialists weaponizing Islam, that was their intent.  What they wanted to do was they wanted a weapon against the British Empire and the Allied powers, which, of course, would include the United States.

At the end of the war, the end of World War II, the Nazis initiated what were called “werewolf groups.”  They were werewolf guerrilla fighters, and they were mobilized by a guy named Otto Skorzeny.  Otto Skorzeny was called Hitler’s favorite commando, and he trained Muslim fighters in guerrilla warfare.  He specifically trained Yasser Arafat, and he trained the members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

In fact, this has been admitted here, just in the past few years, by Muslim leaders; they acknowledge that the Nazis trained the Muslim Brotherhood in guerrilla warfare, and that became the foundation of modern terrorism.  This is where they learned to do roadside bombs; this is where they learned to do their terror attacks.  They learned it from the Nazis at the very end of the war.  And in fact, Otto Skorzeny, he was called Hitler’s favorite commando, but he became a commando for hire.  And it’s said he trained thousands of the members of the Muslim Brotherhood, of what became the PLO with Yasser Arafat, and many other Muslim terror groups, including the people who had found and began Al Qaeda.  In fact, modern terrorism is often called the Skorzeny Syndrome because it’s directly related to the Nazis at the end of the war.  They’re the ones who taught the Muslims how to carry out all these terrorist activities.

Brannon Howse:  Tonight on WVW Broadcast Network News, we’ll look at the murderous history of the Muslim Brotherhood, founded in 1928 by a man by the name of al-Banna, perhaps one of their most well-known Muslim Brotherhood figures would be the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, al-Husayni, who worked directly with Adolf Hitler and was involved in the murder of six million Jews through the creation of the Final Solution.

What are the goals of the Muslim Brotherhood?  What are they hoping to accomplish, not only here in America, but around the world?  And why would any so-called evangelical sense a kindred spirit with a prominent Muslim Brotherhood proponent?  We’ll look at that and more tonight on WVW Broadcast Network News that begins right now.

Hello, I’m Brannon Howse and welcome to the program as we look tonight at the murderous history and goals and agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood.  As I stated in the intro, the Muslim Brotherhood began in 1928, and their leader was a man named al-Banna – founded in 1928.  In 1934, Muslim Brotherhood founder al-Banna wrote – quote:

It is a duty incumbent on every Muslim to struggle towards the aim of making every people Muslim and the whole world Islamic so that the banner of Islam can flutter over the Earth and the call of the muezzin [which would be the sounding of the call to prayer] can resound in all corners of the world.

The Muslim Brotherhood, he is working in America, and they have many front groups.  Perhaps you’re aware of some of these front groups that include the Council on American-Islamic Relations, better known by their acronym CAIR; North American-Islamic Trust, NAIT.  NAIT is a front group for Muslim Brotherhood, and NAIT stands for the North American-Islamic Trust.

Another front group for Muslim Brotherhood would be the Islamic Society of North America, known as ISNA – the Islamic Society of North America.  Another one would be the Muslim Student Association, or MSA.  We’ll look tonight at a video clip where the Muslim Student Association was sponsoring Hitler Week.  That’s right, you heard me correctly – Hitler Week with the Muslim Student Association.

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  My name is Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri, and I’m a student here at UCSD.  I was reading your literature; I found that much more interesting than the talk.  And I found some interesting things about the MSA, which is an organization that’s very active on campus, and it is hosting our annual Hitler Youth Week.  You should come out to those events.  If you could clarify the connection between the MSA and jihad terrorist networks, because last I checked, we had to do our own fundraising, and we never get help from anyone.  So, if you could clarify the connection between UCSD’s MSA, or if you don’t have such information, if you could connect other MSA’s on UCs – because the connection wasn’t too clear in the pamphlet.  Just if you could clarify.

David Horowitz:  Okay.  Will you condemn Hamas here and now?

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  I’m sorry, what?

David Horowitz:  Will you condemn Hamas?

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  Would I condemn Hamas?

David Horowitz:  As a terrorist or genocidal organization?

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  Are you asking me to put myself on a cross?

David Horowitz:  So, you won’t.  I actually have had this experience many times.  You didn’t read the pamphlet, because the pamphlet gives chapter and verse.  The main connection is that the MSA is part of the Muslim Brotherhood network as revealed in the documents.

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  I don’t think you understood what I mean by that.

David Horowitz:  Anyway, this is –

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  I meant if I say something, I’m sure that I will be arrested for reasons of Homeland Security.  So, if you could please just answer my question.

David Horowitz: If you condemn Hamas, Homeland Security will arrest you?

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  If I support Hamas.

David Horowitz:  I see.

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  Because your question forces me to condemn Hamas.  If I support Hamas, I look really bad.

David Horowitz:  Well, if you won’t condemn Hamas, obviously you support it.  Case closed.


David Horowitz:  I have had this experience – I give you – I had this experience at UC Santa Barbara, where there were 50 members of the Muslim Student Association sitting right in the rows there.  And throughout my hour talk, I kept asking them, “Will you condemn Hezbollah and Hamas?”  And none of them would.

And then when the question period came, the president of the Muslim Student Association was the first person to ask questions.  And I said, “Before you start, will you condemn Hezbollah?”

And he said, “Well, that question is too complicated for a yes/no answer.”

So I said, “Okay, I’ll put it to you this way.  I’m a Jew.  The head of Hezbollah has said that he hopes that we will gather in Israel so he doesn’t have to hunt us down globally.”  For it or against it?

Jumanah Imad Musa Ahmed al-Bahri:  For it.

David Horowitz:  Thank you.

[Jeers and boos]

David Horowitz:  Thank you for coming and showing everybody what’s here.  And you’re wearing a terrorist neckerchief.

[Muslim singing]

Female:  Ooh, Israel’s here to stay! Whoo.

Male:  Today, for the people, are seeing things as they really are.  The apartheid state of Israel is just that; it is apartheid state devolving deeper and deeper into becoming even fuller apartheid state.  And that’s – that will be the end of their rule.

Female:  The question to you is – let me ask you this, do you – I know you’ll say that Hamas is – was democratically elected, but so was Hitler.

Male:  Ooh.

Female:  Do you – ooh – do you believe, Malika Lee, being brought here year after year, that Hamas, the terrorist group, Hezbollah, Islamic jihad – do you believe that they are terrorist groups?  Do you support Hamas?

Male:  Yes.

Female:  Do you support Hezbollah?

Male:  Yes.

Female:  Do you support Islamic jihad?

Male: Yes.

Female:  Do you support jihad on this campus?

Male:  As long as it’s in the form of speaking truth to power, yes.


Brannon Howse:  Then there’s the International Institute for Islamic Thought.  They are the ones that created the pejorative Islamophobia so that anyone that seeks to speak truth on Islam is called Islamophobic.  It’s a phobia; it’s an unreasonable fear is what they teach.  So, anyone who, I guess, speaks the truth on Islam is now considered to be mentally unstable, insane, crazy, has an unreasonable fear.  Well, that’s not true at all, but that’s the pejorative that is used to try to shame people into silence.  Well, did you know that the group that came up with that pejorative in the early ’90s – Islamophobia – is actually a front group for the Muslim Brotherhood?

Here’s a picture of the Muslim Brotherhood leader, al-Husayni, looking at his troops.  These were mostly Muslim – Bosnian Muslims that he – al-Husayni – had convinced to wear the Nazi uniform.  They literally wore the swastika of the Nazis, as well as the crescent moon and sword of Islam.  And here he is in 1943, reviewing the troops and giving the Hitler salute.

Here is al-Husayni with German SS and Bosnian members of the SS, the Muslim SS group in 1943 in Bosnia.  Here is a bunch of Muslims training in 1943 with their rear ends sticking up in the air, praying as they would do five times a day.

Here are some Bosnian Muslims wearing the Nazi uniform, and they’re reading a booklet entitled Islam and Judaism; it’s a propaganda piece.  It’s a propaganda piece on the Jews.  But notice their uniforms, these little red hats, the little red fez, and that’s very interesting because it was the Muslims, many years earlier, that killed the Christians and dipped their fezzes in their blood, the little red fez.  And so, here you have Muslims wearing this little red fez.  And you probably cannot see on the collar of these men, but on the collar is the sword of Islam and the swastika.  Let’s look a little closer.  There you go.  The Bosnian Muslims displayed this symbol on their uniforms.  And again, al-Husayni recruited over 30,000 to wear – 30,000 Muslims – to wear the Nazi uniform.

Here’s a picture of the Muslim Brotherhood leader – al-Husayni – working with not only Hitler, but he worked with Hitler’s top people of course.  Here he is at Auschwitz – it’s reported to be a Auschwitz in 1943.  Some say they were actually going over plans for the creation of Auschwitz, that indeed it was the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, the Muslim leader from Jerusalem – al-Husayni – that came up with the idea of the Final Solution.

Male 1:  Eight days after he is greeted in Berlin by von Ribbentrop, the Grand Mufti has his long-sought-after meeting with Adolf Hitler.

Male 2:  Hitler explained to him that he would ask every people in the Middle East to deal with their Jews and to solve the Jewish problem.  It was clear what he meant; he meant to organize another Holocaust in the Middle East.

Male 1:  With Hitler’s blessing, the Grand Mufti is introduced to the chief of the SS, Heinrich Himmler.  Himmler, his subordinate Adolf Eichmann, and al-Husayni become close friends.  Himmler gives the Mufti the rank of Gruppenführer in the SS, the equivalent of general, and gives Amin and his followers a generous monthly allowance to set up an Arab bureau in Berlin.

Himmler puts the Mufti in charge of all Arabic broadcasting from Berlin.  Over the airwaves, al-Husayni repeatedly calls for another Arab uprising against the British.  He also rails against the Jews, inciting Arabs to – quote – “kill the Jews wherever you find them.”

In 1943, the Grand Mufti learns of plans by Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria, countries allied to Germany, to let thousands of Jews leave for the safety of Palestine.  Through his influence with Himmler and von Ribbentrop, the Mufti immediately has the programs cancelled.  Among the planned immigrants are 4,000 children.  Their fate in Nazi-controlled Europe is almost certain death.

Heinrich Himmler begins recruiting Muslims from the Balkans, with the enthusiastic help of the Grand Mufti, Amin al-Husayni.  The Mufti helps raise the Bosnian Muslim 13th SS Division Handschar, along with other units of what the Mufti calls his Arab Legion.  Altogether, the Grand Mufti helps recruit 30,000 men for the Nazi war machine.

Well, my friends, again even the History Channel has put out what we’re saying.  What Benjamin Netanyahu said in his speech, that he was criticized around the world for, what we’re saying here tonight has been backed up by groups like the Broadcast Network History Channel.  So, this is not fiction.  This is actual documented history you’re watching tonight.  And what you need to understand is that the Grand Mufti from Jerusalem, al-Husayni, was a major Muslim Brotherhood leader.

Here’s a picture of al-Husayni purportedly walking over the grounds of Auschwitz.  Just look at that and let that sink in, and remember that al-Husayni is a leader – a prominent leader at the time – of the Muslim Brotherhood.  Mein Kampf was translated into Arabic, and it was titled, My Jihad by the Muslim Brotherhood.

So, the Muslim Brotherhood, folks, went so far as to translate Hitler’s Mein Kampf into Arabic for the Arabic-speaking people of the Middle East.  In the 1930s, as they united to support Hitler, they were encouraged to read Hitler’s Mein Kampf entitled My Jihad.  And here, in fact, is a picture of Mein Kampf.  This is, if you could see close enough, it says that it was actually published by the Palestinian Authority in 2003.

During the Nuremberg Trials, one SS officer admitted the involvement of the Muslim Brotherhood Grand Mufti al-Husayni in the creation of the Final Solution, the slaughter of these six million Jews.  Here’s what we read from the testimony of the Nuremberg Trials – quote:

The Grand Mufti has adjusted to the Nazi authorities’ – including Hitler, von Ribbentrop, and Himmler – the extermination of European Jewry.  The Mufti was one of the initiators of the systematic extermination of European Jewry and had been a collaborator and advisor of Eichmann and Himmler in the execution of this plan.  He was one of Eichmann’s best friends and had constantly incited him to accelerate the extermination measures.  I heard him say, accompanied by Eichmann, he had visited incognito the gas chambers of Auschwitz.

Here is the testimony of the Arab Higher Committee – quote:

In virtually identical letters, the Mufti, in the summer of 1944, approached Germany, Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary to speed the extermination of the Jews by sending them to Poland where the Nazi death chambers were located.

But we also know that in 2009, on Al Jazeera television, a Muslim Brotherhood leader, Yusuf, declared this – quote – “The last punishment was carried out by Hitler.  Allah willing, the next time will be at the hand of the believers,” meaning the Muslims.  My friends, that is a Muslim Brotherhood leader.

Well, tonight we have looked at the history of the Muslim Brotherhood and their goals for America and the world.  I hope you will join us in lifting up a shout and warning Americans and warning Christians why we cannot be involved in destroying our own miserable house from within as the Muslim Brotherhood wants us to do.  That’s why they call it “our miserable house.”  Let’s not destroy our own freedom of liberty, our own freedom of speech, our freedom of religion by taking part in these schemes.  Get the word out, send this out, tweet it, Facebook it, e-mail it, and let’s educate as many people as we can.

This has been a WVW Broadcast Network production.  I’m Brannon Howse.  Thanks for watching, take care.


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