The Mufti of Berlin: Arab-Nazi collaboration is a taboo topic in the West

Atlas Shrugs
Monday, October 12, 2009


An exhibition in Berlin that cast light on the Muslim/Nazi collaboration during the holocaust was cancelled for fear of Islam. The publicly funded multicultural center in Berlin, “Werkstatt der Kulturen,” is located in a heavily Turkish and Arab neighborhood.

Karl Rössel, the German journalist responsible for the exhibition, “The Third World in the Second World War”, wonders “why the people who so one-sidedly regard Israel as the region’s main problem never consider how the Mideast conflict would have developed had it not been influenced by fascists, anti-Semites and people who had just returned from their Nazi exile”.

This article, a fascinating and educational account with more historic photographs, continues at Atlas Shrugs.

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