Today in history, on October 10, 732, one of world history’s most decisive battles saved Europe from becoming Islamic.
Pollack explained that Yasar Arafat referred to Husseini as “the father of the Palestinian people”.
Almost 75 years after Hitler’s downfall, antisemitism in various parts of the world – from the US and Western Europe to South America and the Muslim world – is flourishing.
It is an undeniable fact that during World War II, many Muslims allied with Germany and hundreds of thousands of them fought for the Nazis. It could be argued this was due to their common enemies: the British Empire, the Soviet Union, and the United States of America.
The Women’s March has put out yet another statement trying to act as if it’s condemning Farrakhan, without actually condemning him.
It was not necessary for Hannah Arendt to actually observe and listen to Eichmann because to do so would undercut her thesis.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing was the beginning of the Democrat 2020 primaries, and the winner was the Senate Democrat who yelled the worst possible thing.
‘Abu Mazen has reached a new low in attributing the cause of massacres of Jewish people over the years to their ‘social behavior relating to interest and banks,’ said US Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman.
The Palestinian Authority chairman also called Israel ‘a colonial project that has nothing to do with Judaism.’
Dublin Mayor Mícheál Mac Donncha attended a conference in Ramallah, appearing under a banner with an image of Haj Amin al-Husseini, the 1930s-era Palestinian leader who was closely aligned with Hitler.