RAWA News, October 2, 2011

AL-Qaeda’s Ideology Is Partly Inspired By Pre-World War 2 Fascism

Al-Banna was also an admirer of Mussolini's blackshirts

Roddy Newman

Osama bin Laden with Al Qaeda
Osama bin Laden with Al Qaeda

It is strange that some communists have decided to make common cause with Islamists against democracies, because Al-Qaeda's murderous ideology, which influences other Islamists, was partly inspired by the murderous fascist ideology of Hitler, Mussolini, and Franco, as I will now explain.

In this transcript of a 2004 Holocaust Remembrance Day speech by former US Justice Department Nazi war criminal prosecutor John Loftus, he explains that Al-Qaeda is one of the offshoots of the Muslim Brotherhood, whose founder, Hassan al-Banna, was such a big admirer of Hitler, who he wrote to frequently, that he ended up being hired by Nazi Intelligence. Loftus also reveals that when Osama bin Laden was still in Saudi Arabia, he was tutored by Muslim Brotherhood Arab fascists who combined Nazi ideology with Saudi Wahhabist fundamentalist Islam, and that there are Muslim Brotherhood branches inside Al-Qaeda:


Al-Banna was also an admirer of Mussolini's blackshirts, as "Observer" journalist Nick Cohen points out in this "New Statesman" article:


Finally, page 12 of this report for the Simon Wiesenthal Center explains that the Muslim Brotherhood modelled its military wing on Franco's "phalanges", and that Al-Banna was also an admirer of Hitler's brownshirts:


The fact that communists have made common cause with Islamists whose ideology is influenced by fascism, proves the historians who have long said that the 1939-1941 Hitler-Stalin pact showed totalitarians have more in common with each other than they do with democrats right.

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