Did Palestinian Help Holocaust Survivors?
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- • by Sharon Koifman
- • September 19, 2022
Hell no. The leader of the Palestinian at the time helped Hitler, and the first thing that united Arabs in Palestine was the opposition to Jewish immigration.
When US representative Rashida Talib said that “There’s kind of a calming feeling I always tell folks when I think of the Holocaust”, it was a good time to jump down on her throat.
As much as it is idiotic to start a statement like that, I could acknowledge that it was taken out of context. She meant that she felt good about the fictional idea that the Arabs in Palestine created a safe haven for Jews.
So I don’t account Talib for saying she felt comfortable with the Holocaust, but I still call her a fucking liar on her interpretation, and people should be in uproar on that.
The Arabs in Palestine did not make it easy on the Jews. Au contraire, for crying out loud, Amin al-Husayni, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and the leader of Arabs in Palestine, used to hanging out with Hitler and Heinrich Himmler. The 1933 riots and the 1936 Great Arab Revolt in the British Mandate of Palestine were in response to Jewish immigration to the region.
The Arabs revolted and protested. When the Arabs in Palestine started creating an identity in the early 19 hundreds, the uniting factor was the fight to halt Jewish immigration.
While Arabs nations like Morocco did help the Jews, where the late King Mohammed V has helped and protected his Jewish citizens, there were never activities to protect or support Jewish survivors in Palestine, just the opposite.
(I will add nazi participation on the 1947 Civil War later)
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