Placement of First 5 Revelation Seals in Regard to the Tribulation Period – 4B

Placement of First 5 Revelation Seals in Regard to Tribulation Period

Seal 4 is open and will keep growing in Revelation known Old World!

Europe was afraid of Hitler in the early thirties to Let him gain Power

He used Ethic German likeness to take over large sections of Europe,

But They ended up in WW-2 and Most of Europe was Then Occupied

Putin is now using ethnic likenesses to justify his Ukraine land Grabs,

While ISIS, Salafists, and the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists Increase

Part 4B

Part 1 was put up on August 23, 2014

Part 2 was put up on August 24, 2014

Part 3 was put up on August 25, 2014

Part 3A was put up on August 26, 2014

Part 4 was put UP ON August 27, 2014

Part 4A was put up on August 28, 2014

Part 4B was put up on August 29, 2014

I issued the 2 Blogs which follow 4 years Ago

Blog Number 1

Hitler’s Final Solution For the German Jewish Problem

Is the same solution carried out by Islamic Terrorists,

Advocated by Hitler’s Islamic Grand Mufti of Jerusalem,

A father of Palestinian Nationalism Haj Amin al-Husseini!

A “Final Solution” Thinking Won’t End Till the 2nd Advent

Hitler’s ‘Grossmufti von Jerusalem’

September 4, 2008


For the better part of a century, violence against Jews has arguably been the top export of the Palestinian people. True, they have olives and citrus, but ask any man on the street what the Palestinians are best known for, and you are likely to hear “suicide bombings” or “rockets.” While most Palestinians would claim that the violence is simply a means to “liberate” their homeland, another plausible explanation may lie in the fact that early Palestinian nationalism was influenced heavily by Nazism. While other nations have disavowed fascism (Germany and Italy, for example) and have since developed into thriving democracies, the Palestinians have never reconciled with their past.

The most influential leader of the Palestinians during the British mandate, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, was a Nazi collaborator.

Husseini’s relationship with the Nazis is incontrovertible. He worked closely with Hitler’s top men in an attempt to achieve the “final solution.” Yet, in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Husseini is considered a founding father of Palestinian nationalism.

Should there be any question about Husseini’s involvement with Hitler and his executioners, readers are advised to read Icon of Evil, by David G. Dalin and John F. Rothmann. Their short history of the mufti is an exceptional one. With the help of photos and original documents, the book paints a stark picture of Husseini’s ties to the Nazis and his dangerous role in the Third Reich.

Husseini, appointed the grand mufti of Jerusalem in 1921, is perhaps best known as the provocateur who exhorted Palestinian Arabs to carry out anti-Jewish violence in British-controlled Palestine in 1920, as well as the architect of the 1936-1939 Arab Revolt, which resulted in hundreds of Jewish and British casualties. For this, he was hailed as a hero and a staunch enemy of Zionism.

After the British ousted him from Mandatory Palestine, however, Husseini became an enemy of humanity. The Grossmufti von Jerusalem, as the Nazis called him, should today be recognized as a war criminal.

Husseini left incontrovertible evidence of his Nazi collaboration in writing. In one journal entry, he admits that the basis for his cooperation with Germany was the fact that he was given “a free hand to eradicate every last Jew from Palestine and the Arab world,” and Hitler’s “explicit undertaking to allow us to solve the Jewish problem… according to the scientific methods innovated by Germany in the handling of its Jews.”

Husseini also left behind letters that prove his collaboration with the Nazis. In a January 1941 letter that he wrote to Hitler, he pledged to the “great Führer” that Arabs everywhere were “prepared to act as is proper against the common enemy and to take their stand with enthusiasm on the side of the Axis and to do their part in the well-deserved defeat of the Anglo-Jewish coalition.”

Later that year, the mufti was welcomed as an honored guest by the leaders of the Third Reich. After meeting personally with Hitler, he established close working relationships with high-profile Nazi war criminals including Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler and Adolf Eichmann. In fact, according to testimony at the Nuremberg trials, Husseini was “one of Eichmann’s best friends,” and that “accompanied by Eichmann, he had visited incognito the gas chamber of Auschwitz.”

In 1943, Himmler placed Husseini in charge of recruiting as many as 100,000 Muslim fighters to join units serving in the Balkans, North Africa and the Middle East. As the authors note, “Two of the best known and most infamous Waffen-SS Nazi-Muslim divisions were established in Nazi-occupied Bosnia and Croatia.”

As the mufti became part of the Nazi war machine, he did his part to help Goebbels with propaganda. On March 1, 1944, he urged in a radio broadcast to the Arab world to “kill the Jews wherever you find them. This pleases God, history and religion.” His efforts to murder Jews did not end with propaganda, however. As Dalin and Rothmann note, “At one point, he lobbied Hitler personally to block a plan to allow Jews to leave Hungary… claiming that they would settle in Palestine and reinforce a new center of world Jewish power.”

On another occasion, he implored Himmler and other Nazi leaders to bomb Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Finally, according to British documents, Husseini in 1944 dispatched a group of paratroopers to poison Tel Aviv’s water system, but they were apprehended before reaching their objective. Had the attack been successful, it might have killed more than 200,000 people.

Throughout Icon of Evil are numerous parallels between the murderous Nazi ideology of the 1940s and the murderous jihadist ideology that dominates headlines today. Both seek to kill Jews and somehow view the West as puppets in a Jewish plot of world domination. It seems only fitting, then, that Mein Kampf is translated as My Jihad in Arabic.

Perhaps the only part of this book that might have been reconsidered was Chapter 4, which asks, “What if Germany had conquered Palestine and Britain?” This chapter amounts to 12 pages of conjecture in what was otherwise an historical narrative. This section does not detract from the book, but was an unnecessary tangent. Indeed, the history speaks for itself.

Husseini died in 1974, but the history recounted in Icon of Evil is more important than ever. The rhetoric and violence of Hamas, Islamic Jihad, the Aksa Martyrs Brigades and other terrorist groups bear a sickening resemblance to the rhetoric and violence of Hitler’s mufti.

The writer, a former US Treasury intelligence analyst, is director of policy for the Jewish Policy Center and author of the forthcoming book Hamas vs Fatah: The Struggle for Palestine (Palgrave).

Begin Blog Number 2

History seems to have a way of repeating itself given enough Time!

Neville Chamberlain’s visit to Germany prior to World War 11

At least did not include Intelligence Cooperation with Hitler.

It seems Great Britain still sees politics as the way Forward

To peace and safety when dealing with fanatical Demons!

November 23, 2008

Begin Excerpts from Lebanon’s Daily Star via World News

UK, Syria cooperating on intelligence – Miliband

‘Politics, not violence, is the way forward’

By Andrew Wander

Daily Star staff

November 20, 2008

BEIRUT: British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said Wednesday that Britain and Syria have established cooperation between their respective intelligence agencies. Speaking in Beirut after meeting with President Michel Sleiman and Prime Minister Fuad Siniora, Miliband said that the British government had been discussing intelligence cooperation with Damascus for the past 18 months.

“We will work with the Syrian government on counter-terrorism measures because terrorism threatens us both,” he said, after emphasizing that establishing intelligence links between the two countries had not been the “main purpose” of his visit to Damascus.

He said that cooperation on counter-terrorism was one of several issues that he had discussed with his counterpart in Damascus. Others were Syria’s role in Iraq, in the wider Middle East peace process, its human-rights record and its role in Lebanon.


Miliband repeated the British government’s opposition to Hizbullah’s powerful armed militia. “We proscribe the military wing for the very clear purpose that is a military organization,” he said. “Those who used violence for political ends cannot expect to have support from the international community.”

But he said that there were no plans to add Hizbullah’s political wing to Britain’s list of proscribed terrorist organizations. “Politics, not violence, is the way forward in Lebanon,” he said.

Hizbullah MP Ali Ammar reacted by accusing the British foreign minister of “distorting facts and misleading the public opinion by claiming to be keen on maintaining stability and peace in the region and Lebanon.”

In a statement on Wednesday, Ammar said: “This minister can never make the Arab and Lebanese forget Britain’s hideous role that allowed the birth of the enemy Israeli entity.”

“The British minister, instead of hiding behind peace slogans, should have exerted pressure on the Israeli enemy to stop its strategy of terrorism, occupation and murder,” he added.

Ammar also said that the “minister’s attempts to accuse the resistance of being a terrorist group reflects the British addiction to support and cover state terrorism.”

Miliband also said that 2009 was “a very important year” in the Middle East peace process. “2009 needs to be a year of both comprehensive dialogue and comprehensive approach to the problems in this region, the resolution of the central concerns here in Lebanon, the resolution of the Palestinian conflict and the resolution of wider questions of insecurity, for all nations require a genuinely comprehensive process and genuinely comprehensive vision,” he said, adding that there was “sufficient common ground” for this goal to be achieved.

Miliband said that establishing peace in the Middle East would have benefits for the whole world. “My own very strong view is that it is very hard to conceive of a more peaceful world without a more peaceful Middle East,” he said.

“Instability in the Middle East has spread and will spread violently across the world unless it is contained,” he added.

Miliband was speaking at the airport after attending a question-and-answer session with students at the American University of Beirut, where he was accused by the audience of following US policy and supporting repressive regimes in the region.

Miliband denied the charges, urging the Arab world to be “active, not passive” and asked them “not to wait for the United States to make its decisions” with regard to the Middle East.

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