by Felix Quigley
August 1, 2008
One of the major defences which Radovan Karodzic must put to the Hague Kangaroo Court is “Who were the Serbs actually fighting in Bosnia?”
This may help.
Consider their leader Elija Izetbegovic. We have done a lot of work on this. Remember that Izetbegovic was a member from 1939 to 1945 of the Nazi Muslim Brotherhood.
As was Hajj Amin el Husseini. So Izetbegovic was heavily implicated in the Holocaust of Jews, Serbs and Romany in Bosnia.
Now consider these photos of Hajj Amin el Husseini and remember that this monster and Izetbegovic enjoyed joint membership of the secret Nazi Muslim Brotherhood
Bosnia’s Nazi past and role in the genocide of Bosnian and Krajina Serbs, Jews, and Roma during World War II has long been censored and covered-up in the U.S. and the so-called West. Film footage exists, however, of the Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS troops and Imams in the Handschar and Kama Nazi SS Divisions.
German newsreel cameras filmed Heinrich Himmler, the leader of the SS, reviewing the Bosnian Muslim Handzar Waffen SS Division when it was being formed and trained in Germany.
Moreover, German film footage also exists of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin el Husseini, a self-proclaimed leader of the Muslim world, reviewing the Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS troops in Germany. The Grand Mufti is shown giving the Nazi “Heil Hitler!” salute as he inspects Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS troops.
Finally, there is German film footage showing the Grand Mufti meeting with Adolf Hitler in Berlin. The Grand Mufti made common cause with the Nazis, uniting Islamic jihad with Nazi terror. The Grand Mufti was instrumental in forming the Bosnian Muslim Handzar Nazi SS Division. The Nazis formed a second Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS Division called Kama in 1944 and a Kosovar Albanian Muslim Nazi SS Division called Skanderbeg. The connection between Balkan Muslims—Bosnian Muslims and Albanian Muslims— with Nazism and the Holocaust has long been censored and suppressed and covered-up in the U.S. and the West. The evidence is right before everyone’s eyes. All one has to do is open one’s eyes. In a democratic and free and open society, why censor and cover-up the past? How does censorship and suppression advance freedom and democracy?
Bosnian Muslim Imams, Islamic clerics, as members of Heinrich Himmler’s Nazi SS
Now this is certinly the background of this man Izetbegovic. Consider also in this situation the links between Izetbegovic and the Nazi Fascist Islamist Mullahs of Iran. Carl Savich writes on this:
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The U.S. media and government falsified and distorted the public image of radical Islamic ultra-nationalist Alija Izetbegovic. U.S. media infowar techniques portrayed Izetbegovic as a second Mustafa Kemal Pasha Ataturk, a modern, moderate, pluralistic, secular Muslim statesman. But, in reality, Izetbegovic denounced and rejected Ataturk. Instead, Izetbegovic identified with Iranian leader and Islamic cleric Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
In 1992, at the start of the Bosnian civil war, Alija Izetbegovic made an official state visit to Iran, staying in Tehran for two days in discussions with Iranian government, military, and religious leaders. The official state visit was described in a New York Times story. “Bosnian Threatens Poison Gas Against Serb Forces” from October 31, 1992:
“The President of Bosnia and Herzegovina said today that his Bosnian Muslim forces had poison-gas weapons and might be forced to use them as a defensive measure against Serbian forces.
‘Bosnian Muslims live under very difficult conditions,’ the Bosnian leader, Alija Izetbegovic, told Iranian television at the end of a two-day official visit to Teheran. ‘If the current situation continues, the people of Bosnia will be forced to use poison gas to defend themselves and end the crimes committed by the Serbs, even though this may be against their true wishes.’
Mr. Izetbegovic did not specify how the poison gas had been obtained, but added that his forces had the chemicals in Bosnia.
At a ceremony in which senior Bosnian leaders placed a wreath on the tomb of the leader of Iran’s Islamic revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Mr. Izetbegovic thanked Iran for its ‘overall support’ to Bosnia and stressed the need for fuel and food, with the approach of winter. …
In September, Croatian officials intercepted 40 Iranians and a planeload of arms on a Boeing 747 at Zagreb airport. The plane, officially on a mission to deliver ‘relief supplies’ to Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina, contained 4,000 guns and more than a million rounds of ammunition. An Iranian security official who did not want to be identified said the 40 Iranians had been dispatched to Bosnia on a Government salary of $4,000 a month. ”
These issues have been totally hidden by the Media