4 thoughts on “A Love Affair: The Zionist and the Nazi – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Fascinating story.  I wonder how long it will take for the Truth about this to become part of mainstream Jewish / Zionist/ WW11 / Israel / Nazi history?!

  2. I think I remember reading somewhere, that it was originally a German Zionist idea, that all German Jews should wear a visible Jewish-star patch on their outer clothing, as an anti-assimilation device. Or maybe just that they embraced the idea, once the Nazis had required it.

    Your tale of the assasination of Arlosoroff, reminds me of another assasination of a witness of Zionist-and-Nazi collaboration: Rudolf Kastner; as related in Ben Hecht’s book, “Perfidy.”

  3. ‘… Thus, Haavara served a critical role both in destroying the momentum of the boycott and offering the German economy a shot in the arm when it needed it the most…’

    BUT the agreement did give sixty thousand German Jews a reason to move to Palestine. In that way, and only in that way, could they retain at least a portion of their wealth.

  4. Forever debate and controversy about Rudolf Kastner.

    Testimony Dieter Wisliceny

    After the war, Wisliceny served as a witness at the Nuremberg Trials and wrote several sworn statements about SS activities; his testimony was used at Eichmann’s 1961 trial in Jerusalem (see also Eichmann Trials). Wisliceny himself was sentenced to death and hanged in Bratislava in 1948.

    One needs to be a scholar to make sense of historical events.

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