The Nazis and the Palestinian Movement. Did Islam play a central role?

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Haavara Agreement (Transfer Agreement) of August 1933 is the most potent evidence of a willful cooperation between Hitler and the Zionist movement. Hitler’s government endorsed efforts to help German Jews relocate to Palestine, hence it is “Zionism”.
    Haavara Agreement is the first example of a Nazi programme of organised Jewish relocation. Afterward Nazis helped relocate the stateless Jews from Germany to Poland in October 1938, and Nazi’s Madagascar Plan in 1940 helped relocate Jewish population into Madagascar island.
    The signatories of Haavara Agreement were the Reich Ministry of Economics, the Zionistische Vereinigung für Deutschland (Zionist Federation of Germany) and the Anglo-Palestine Bank (then under the directive of the Jewish Agency for Palestine).
    Jewish emigrants had to hand over their possessions before they left Germany, and the proceeds were used by a company specifically set up for this purpose in Tel Aviv to purchase German goods for sale in Palestine. The proceeds of these sales were then paid in Palestinian currency to the emigrants in Palestine.
    Both sides saw potential benefits for themselves in such an agreement.
    For the Zionist Federation, it was a way to save Jews from the claws of an increasingly hostile regime and attract them to Palestine.
    For the Nazi state signing an international agreement was further proof of its legitimacy, broke the Jewish movement of boycotting German goods, and helped the recovery of German exports at a time when the German economy was still in the depth of depression.

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