Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Auschwitz blueprints go on display in Israel, the plans are dated Oct 23 1941 and were found in a Berlin apartment, Muslim Grand Mufti al-Husayni arrived in Berlin On November 6, 1941 and stayed until 1945 in a Berlin apartment by PI Bill Warner.

In his memoirs, Grand Mufti al-Husayni (el-Husseini) wrote :”Our fundamental condition for cooperating with Nazi Germany was a free hand to eradicate every last Jew from Palestine and the Arab world.” Grand Mufti al-Husayni asked Hitler for an explicit undertaking to allow us to solve the Jewish problem in a manner befitting our national and racial aspirations and according to the scientific methods innovated by Germany in the handling of the Jews. The answer Grand Mufti al-Husayni got was, “ The Jews are yours.” . (Dershowitz, The Case for Israel p.55)

The Mufti’s “hatred of Jews…was fathomless, and he gave full vent to it during his period of activity alongside the Nazis (October 1941-May 1945). His speeches on Berlin radio were anti-Semitic to the core: “Kill the Jews wherever you find them- this pleases God, history and religion.” (Elpeleg, The Grand Mufti, p. 100)

AP –ARON HELLER, Associated Press Writer Aron Heller, Associated Press Writer – Sun Jan 24, 1:03 pm ET. “The documents refute once and for all claims by those who deny the Holocaust even took place.”

JERUSALEM – The neat lines and red rectangular sketches look like any typical architectural design. But the handwritten initials H.H. — belonging to the infamous Nazi SS chief Heinrich Himmler (who was aclose friend to Grand Mufti al-Husayni while he stayed in Berlin) — indicate what the drawings represent: wooden barracks, gas chambers and crematoria. Just ahead of the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Israel’s Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem is displaying the blueprints of the notorious camp in Nazi-occupied Poland that has become a symbol of the Nazi genocide of European Jewry. It is the first time the plans will be on display for a wide audience.

Auschwitz was the largest of the Nazi camps where millions of Jews and other minorities were forced to work as slaves. Many died of starvation or exposure. Also, many Jews were herded on arrival into gas chambers, the bodies burned in crematoria and their ashes buried in pits. In all, about six million Jews were killed by the Nazis and their collaborators.
Published: 4:48PM GMT 09 Nov 2008..The 28 yellowing blueprints show an 11.66 metre by 11.20 metre room marked “Gaskammer” (gas chamber). The plans also include a crematorium and a room marked “L. Keller” – an abbreviation for “Leichenkeller”, or corpse cellar.

Hans-Dieter Kreikamp, head of the federal archives office in Berlin, told Bild that the blueprints offered “authentic evidence of the systematically planned genocide of European Jews”. The plans also offer evidence that the Nazis planned the Holocaust from an earlier date than previously believed.

The decision to kill Europe’s 11 million Jews has historically been dated to the Wannsee Conference in January 1942. A copy of the minutes, known as the “Wannsee Protocol”, is generally regarded as one of the most important documents from the war.

But the discovered Auschwitz plans (in a Berlin apartment), published ahead of the 70th anniversary of the Kristallnacht purge against Jews, are dated Oct 23, 1941, offering evidence that the Nazis had developed plans to kills Jews on a mass scale earlier than previously thought, the newspaper said.
In Whose Apartment were the Blueprints for Auschwitz found Why none other than the Muslim Grand Mufti Haj Amin el-Husseini who lived in Berlin courtesy of the Nazi Party and Adolph Hitler for 4 years 1941 to 1945 during WWII.

The plans of the death camp, which was built near Krakow, in Poland, were drawn by SS technicians and inmates, there has been no indication as to whose apartment in Berlin Germany the plans for Auschwitz were found, but the Muslim Grand Mufti, Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini was living in Berlin Germany during this time period. Throughout the remainder of World War II, al-Husayni repeatedly made requests in Berlin for “the German government to bomb Tel Aviv Israel.

Muslim Grand Mufti al-Hussayni with his pal Adolph Hitler.  Back in the summer of 1940 and again in February 1941, Muslim Grand Mufti al-Hussayni submitted to the German government a draft declaration of German-Arab cooperation, containing a clause: Germany and Italy recognize the right of the Arab countries to solve the question of the Jewish elements, which exist in Palestine and in the other Arab countries, as required by the national and ethnic (v√∂lkisch) interests of the Arabs, and as the Jewish question was solved in Germany and Italy. On November 6, 1941, al-Husayni arrived in Berlin , where he discussed the text of his declaration with Ernst von Weizs√§cker and other German officials.

In the final draft, which differed only marginally from al-Husayni’s original proposal, the Axis powers declared their readiness to approve the elimination (Beseitigung) of the Jewish National Home in Palestine…..Auschwitz plans were drafted and dated Oct 23, 1941 in Berlin just 14 days before Muslim Grand Mufti al-Hussayni shows up. On November 20, 1941 al-Husayni met the German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop and was officially received by Adolf Hitler on November 28, 1941 in Berlin Germany.
Muslim Grand Mufti, Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini lived in Berlin Germany for 4 years and was a constant with the Nazi's.

The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin al-Husseini. The Mufti’s sympathy and embracing of the philosophy and goals of the Third Reich is covered with reference to the meetings between al-Husseini and Nazi leaders such as Hitler himself, Adolf Eichman and von Ribbontrop.

Living in a Berlin throughout the Second World War (4 years), the book reveals how al-Husseini was allowed to live in the luxurious surroundings of a mansion confiscated from a wealthy Jew (in Berlin) and how he was set by the Nazis as a virtual head of a Nazi-Muslim government in exile. Access being granted to him to the “sonderfund” which constituted property and money confiscated from European Jews en-route to the concentration camps.

Also documented is the role al-Husseini allegedly played in the recruiting/training of Muslim divisions in Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia, together with his cited radio transmissions to the Arab world which included some of the most “blood curdling anti-Jewish statements and propaganda in history”.

The study shows how Hitler allegedly promised al-Husseini, in explicit terms, that following the final solution of the Jews in Europe, the Nazi regime would assist al-Husseini in implementing a final solution against the Jews of Palestine and eventually the entire Arab world itself.

While in Baghdad al-Husseini aided the pro-Nazi revolt of 1941. He then spent the rest of World War II as Hitler’s special guest in Berlin up to 1945, advocating the extermination of Jews in radio broadcasts back to the Middle East and recruiting Balkan Muslims for infamous SS “mountain divisions” that tried to wipe out Jewish communities throughout the region. With the collapse of Nazi Germany in 1945, the Mufti moved to Egypt where he was received as a national hero. After the war al-Husseini was indicted by Yugoslavia for war crimes, but escaped prosecution. The Mufti was never tried because the Allies were afraid of the storm in the Arab world if the hero of Arab nationalism was treated as a war criminal.

Dr Kreikamp said one green ink sketch on the plans appears to be in the hand of SS chief Heinrich Himmler,(see in photo above). Dr Kreikamp said he attached “extraordinary meaning to the documents”.He added; “The documents reveal that everyone who was concerned with the planning and building of the extermination camp would have known that human beings were to be put to death here on an industrial scale. “The documents disprove beyond all doubt that which Holocaust deniers claim – that Auschwitz was nothing more than a labour camp where no gassing took place.”
1943, Amin Al-Husseini Visits Nazi Death Camp Aushwitz with Head of SS Heinrich Himmler.  Did SS head Heinrich Himmler give Grand Mufti Amin Al-Husseini a autographed copy of the plans for Aushwitz.  Amin Al Husseini Meets Chief Commander of Nazi SS: Heinrich Himmler.

Amin Al-Husseini is made Prime Minister of Pan-Arab Government by Nazi regime. His headquarters are in Berlin. He plans construction of concentration camp in Nablus (Palestine) to implement the “final solution” in Palestine to exterminate the Jews there, as an extension of Hitler’s plan. Mufti becomes close friend of Heinrich Himmler, Head of SS (Nazi Officers). Amin Al-Husseini is given a private tour of Aushwitz death camp by Himmler, where he insists on seeing first-hand the murder of Europe’s Jews.

Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.