Himmler Document Uncovered In Israel


Germany will stand firmly by the Arabs of Palestine in their fight against the “criminal” Balfour Declaration, was the main message conveyed in the telegram that was recently uncovered in the archives of Israel’s National Library. The rare document, which the library assesses dates back to 1943 and which one has to question why they are they are just now “uncovering” it, was written by  Heinrich Himmler and sent to Haj Amin al-Husseini, who served as the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem between 1921 to 1937.

Himmler wrote to the Muslim leader that “the joint recognition of the enemy, and the joint battle against him are what creates the firm allegiance between Germany and freedom-seeking Muslims all over the world.”


Himmler went on to tell the Mufti, who presided over the Palestinian territories during a particularly tumultuous period for the British Mandate ruling in the area, that his country was closely following the Palestinian resistance against the Balfour Declaration (the historic British document penned by Arthur James Balfour, the UK’s Foreign Secretary at the time, which openly supported “the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.”)

“The National-Socialist movement of the great Germany has made its fight against world Jewry a guiding principle since its very beginning,” Himmler wrote. “For that reason it has been closely following the battle of freedom-seeking Arabs- and especially in Palestine- against the Jewish invaders,” Himmler added.

He finished his warm letter to the Mufti by writing: “In this spirit, I am happy to wish you on the first anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, warm wishes for the continuation of your battle until the big victory.”

In 1937, the British Mandate sought to arrest al-Husseini due to his involvement in the Arab uprising. The Mufti fled to Lebanon and from there to Iraq, where he joined a pro-NSDAP group that rebelled against the Iraqi regime and carried out a military coup in April 1941. When the coup failed, al-Husseini escaped to Germany, arriving in Berlin in November 1941.


I find this telegram very suspicious. Though we know of  Haj Amin al-Husseini 90 minute meeting with Hitler , his own nationalist movement, and contact with Himmler, one really must ask “why now”, as with the dubious Diaries of Himmler discovered in a Russian military archive, is there a narrative at work here?

While Israeli officials have yet to comment on the contents of the telegram that has recently emerged, many are looking forward to hear the reaction of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who sparked controversy in October 2015 when he claimed during a speech he made at the 37th World Zionist Congress that Hitler did not intend to exterminate all Jews, but rather to expel them. Netanyahu further claimed that the Fuhrer was inspired to massacre all of Europe’s Jews only after he convened with Mufti al-Husseini, who, as aforementioned, was afraid to face a wave of Jewish immigration to Palestine.

Is it because no documents exist as evidence to an extermination plan. Is it because of the growing awareness that Hitler was right and a need to put a wedge in the movement by using the growing anger at the Muslim invasion of white countries ?

I also question why there is no date on the telegraph. Could this be a forgery ? Of coarse it could, David Irving has spent considerable money in the past to scientifically show documents said to be authentic where fakes.

Though certain details are often debated no one denies the 1933 Transfer Agreement where  some 50,000 Jews, and $100 million of their assets where sent to Jewish Palestine in exchange for stopping the worldwide Jewish-led boycott .  I believed this is overplayed and misunderstood by those who make it a central point, but important to this communication’s content as it is not mentioned or alluded to.By 1943 Haj Amin al-Husseini was no longer in the Game, so to speak, and why send it on the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, which according to the text claims was the first anniversary, which also makes no sense as it was sighed in  1917. Surely there was date in history more suited to celebrate Palestine.

Though I personally do not have any problem with Himmler’s communication if it where real, that is not  the point, authenticity and controlled narratives is.


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