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By John Loftus

Absolutely revised and improved, this stirring account unearths how the U.S. govt accredited the unlawful access of Nazis into North the USA within the years following international struggle II. This outstanding research exposes the key element of the kingdom division that started, beginning in 1948 and unbeknownst to Congress and the general public until eventually lately, to rent contributors of the puppet wartime executive of Byelorussia—a sector of the Soviet Union occupied by way of Nazi Germany. A former Justice division investigator exposed this attractive tale within the records of a number of executive organisations, and it's now to be had with a bankruptcy formerly banned from liberate via professionals and a foreword and afterword with lately declassified materials.

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32 And belief that the sultan was the proper ruler and guardian of Islam’s holiest sites, Mecca and Medina, did keep almost all of the Ottoman army, including Arab officers, and the empire’s Muslim population loyal throughout the war. Von Oppenheim quickly established propaganda bases throughout the empire, the main ones being in Medina, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Cairo, Baghdad, and the Shia Muslim centers of Karbala and Najaf. To assemble his team required the services of a variety of characters. 34 Alp’s writing stressed Pan-Turkish nationalism and enmity toward Russia; Arab and Arabic-speaking German agents wrote similar materials that put the emphasis on Pan-Islamist religious ideology and Britain as the enemy.

9 On one point the experts and the kaiser were quickly proven correct. 11 The head of the kaiser’s war cabinet, Moriz von Lyncker, expressed both hope and ambivalence about German strategy. ” Their mission was to inform the German elite and prepare the general public for an unprecedented—in Becker’s phrase— and frightening undertaking: a European Christian–manufactured jihad against other European Christians. 14 While examining potential problems, the German experts were upbeat, claiming alliance with the Ottomans plus jihad would be unstoppable.

Germany’s ruler had sent Muslim prisoners of war taken from the French and Russian armies to Istanbul, city of the caliphate, to fight for the Ottomans. Finally, Farisi noted the military training and weapons Germany gave the Ottomans. In contrast, ash-Shahrastani listed the Allies’ sins, some of them fabricated: B ­ ritish “Foreign Minister” William Ewart Gladstone (he was prime minister but never foreign minister) supposedly had told Parliament that En­ gland could not succeed unless the Muslim holy book, al-Qur’an, was defiled.

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