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Volume :4 Issue : 14 1984      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Nazi Germany's Policy Towards Jews And Zionism (in Arabic)

Auther : Nizam Al-Abbasy

Anti-Semitic feelings existed in Europe long before the rise of the Nazi movement. Since 1933 anti Semitism began to take an extreme and violent form of hatred.

This paper studies the causes, from the Nazi point of view, which led the nazi government in Germany to persecute the Jews. The paper tries also to show how far the nazis applied their ideology and anti-Semitic slogans on the Semites.

Since the Arabs are a Semitic race, one would expect the German Nazis to have treated the Arabs as oppressively as they did with the Jews. Nevertheless, this did not happen. Further more, the German Nazism sought alliance with Zionism. The paper attempts to throw light on the following points:

 

- why didn’t the nazis persecute the Arabs as they persecuted the Jews?

- Why did the nazis seek alliance with Zionists at the same time they persecuted the Jews: How far did this alliance go?

- The attitudes of the Palestinian National Movement which became powerful in the 1930’s toward the nazi differentiation between Jews and Zionists. The effect of all this on the Palestinian struggle.

 

Finally, this study depends heavily on German documents kept in Bonn and Freiburg and on other German sources released by the Nazi Party. It also makes use of some sources written in English or Arabic.

 

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