In an earlier essay, I brought in a number of counter evidence to argue against the truthfulness of the strong (exaggerated) version of the Holocaust committed by Nazis against non-Aryans, including Jews during World War II.
Monopolizing their strong grip on the media, the Zionists were able to make people, (especially Americans and a large portion of the Europeans), believe that the Nazis had eliminated six million Jews in a very short period of time. By doing so, they were able to derive sympathy from the majority of Americans towards the Jews, the Jewish cause, consequently, winning them to their side. This sympathy helped the Zionists tremendously to execute their plans and establish their state on an occupied land whose original people went through a genuine holocaust and were mercilessly forced into Diaspora.
In addition to generating support for the Jews, the Zionist leaders were able to hasten the Jewish migration from all parts of the world to escape any possible holocaust against the Jews in other places where they had settled.
In previous writings about the Holocaust, a number of factors were also listed defying the exaggerated version of the Holocaust. These included the absence of any tangible historical evidence; presumably all pieces of existing evidence were fundamentally based on contradictory testimonies by some Jewish “survivors”, confessions that were extracted under severe torture, and interrogation from very few captured Nazi commanders by the British intelligence. My counter evidence was based on the writings of several prominent historians and scholars; among them were Simon Witental (a Jewish historian), Roger Garudy (a French philosopher) and Fred Lauch… (An American specialist in designing and constructing gas chambers).
In writing the previous article about the Holocaust, I had little evidence about the involvement of World Zionist Movement during the World War II in the genocide of Jews who were judged unfit for migration to Palestine. This will be the theme of a number of forthcoming articles. Rabbi Moshe Shonfeld, in his book The Holocaust Victims Accuse (Part I, Neturei Karata of the U.S.A., New York, 1977), quoted Dr. Chaim Weizmann (the man behind the November 1917 Balfour Declaration and the first president of the State of Israel in 1941 during the Zionist Congress of 1937, which was attended by Zionists only) as saying:
“The hopes of Europe’s six million Jews are centered on emigration. I was asked: "Can you bring six million Jews to Palestine?", I replied: No … From the depth of the tragedy I want to save two million young people … The old ones will pass. They will bear their fate or they will not. They were dust, economic and moral dust in a cruel world … Only the branch of the young shall survive … They have to accept it.” (P.5).
So, the Zionists’ aim was to force the young to migrate. Children and the elderly were to be sacrificed since they could not participate in creating the Jewish homeland.
Another Zionist leader was also quoted by Rabbi Shonfeld boasting that, “Only through blood will the land be ours”.
Zionist leaders were very selective about the type of Jews who should escape the miseries of Europe and participate in the creation of Israel through working in the Kibbutz or waging a war of aggression against Palestinians in the battlefield. There is very strong evidence that the Zionist leaders in charge of the European Jewry were, one way or another, involved in escalating the death of Jews under German control during World War II.
The ultimate goals of the World Zionist Organization during WWII were to:
(a) establish a Zionist State in Palestine, after they were promised a homeland by the British government, at any cost, and (b) push for the escalation of Jewish settlements in Palestine by bringing in young and skillful Jews from all over the world while eliminating the old and the disabled.
Yitzhak Greenbaum, chairman of Rescue Committee of European Jewry, arrogantly repeated his slogan about the type of Jews who should be allowed to migrate to Palestine, while disregarding cries of the sick and the elderly by saying:
“One goat in the Eretz Yisrael is more important than an entire community in the Diaspora” (Reported in Faris Glubb, Zionist Relations with Nazi Germany, New York Press, New York, 1979, p.44).
Another evidence of the role played by the Zionist leaders in intensifying the misery of the European Jewry is exemplified by the behavior of Henry Mentor of the United Jewish Appeal. While collecting tremendous wealth from rich Jews all over the world, he played a decisive role in hindering the migration of children, women, old and sick people to Palestine. Instead they were left to face the agony of sickness and starvation in concentration camps, not gas chambers as claimed by many Zionist leaders.
In the next article on the topic, I will bring historical supporting evidence on some of the criminal practices perpetrated by prominent Zionist leaders against their own people during one of the supposedly decisive period in Jewish history.
Dr. Abdallah H. Al-Kahtany
* from his book new zionism