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Extranjeros en el ejercito Aleman WWII (de color y judios)


IRAN: This woman was raped and became pregnant. When she told the authorities she was asked to provide 4 witnesses. End result? They executed her while she was 2 months pregnant. This photo was taken before a crane was used to lift her neck up and suffocate her to death. This is Islam. This is Islamic Justice. This is the teaching of Allah and Mohammed. Absolutely barbaric & heartbreaking.

Muslim SS unit (recruited mainly from parts of Yugoslavia) the Mufti of Jerusalem was instrumental in setting up this SS group.

Este foto es de una niña de diez años con su veintidós años esposo en Etiopía. Este es un ejemplo de matrimonios forzados.

Waffen-SS member of the Muslim Handschar Division. The German version of "Mein Kampf" designates Arab people as one of the lowest races of humanity, though this section was not included in the Arabic translations of the book. Hitler had told his military commanders, shortly before the start of the war: "We shall continue to make disturbances in the Far East and in Arabia. Let us think as men and let us see in these peoples at best lacquered half-apes who are anxious to experience the lash."

Soldiers of the 13th Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Handschar with a brochure about "Islam and Judaism", 1943. The "Handschar division " where Composed of Bosnian Muslims (ethnic Bosniaks) with some Catholic Croat soldiers and mostly German and Yugoslav Volksdeutsche (ethnic German) officers and non-commissioned officers, it took an oath of allegiance to both Adolf Hitler and the Croatian leader Ante Pavelić

Bosnian volunteers of the 13th Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Handschar (1st Croatian) praying towards Mekka

Muslim leader (and ISIS supporter) Anjem Choudary once said anyone who drinks "should be given 40 lashes in public". He also tried getting these pictures removed from the internet.

13.Waffen-Gebirgs-Division der SS "Handschar" (kroatische Nr.1). Muslim volunteers from Bosnia-Herzegovina.