The More Things Change…

May 24, 2010
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By Gadi Adelman

During WWII the Nazi 7th SS Gebirgs Division was made up of Muslim volunteers. Funny how as much as some things change, they stay the same.

This past Friday in Denmark, there was a protest rally held in Frederick Square to object to the mosque in Aalborg. The protest was organized by the founder of SIAD/SIOE (Stop the Islamization of Denmark/Stop the Islamization of Europe) Anders Gravers. The reason for the protest was because the mosque’s imam, Mustafa Abdullah Aden, preaches to his congregation that “genital mutilation is the best thing for women.”

Unbeknownst to Anders Gravers and other members of SIAD and SIOE, the group in which they were marching had been infiltrated by members of the Nazi and Communist Parties and, during the march, Anders was beaten to the ground.

According to news reports, “This was the first time we saw all three anti-democratic ideologies working together in Denmark.”

The communist group, Antifa, like the Nazis, were prepared for raw violence. They had iron pipes in a backyard, but SIAD’s security told police where they had their weapons. So it was only yelling and screaming when SIOE and SIAD passed the mosque. The Muslims were hanging out the windows in the mosque in several layers as SIAD and SIOE delivered their battle cry: “No mosques in our streets.” “No genital mutilation in our country.” “Those who advocate genital mutilation should be thrown out of our country.”

As the demonstration moved away from Frederiks square and up the Klokkestøbergade, the Nazis jumped out in front of the rally and tried to grab Anders Gravers, but were again pushed to the wall, and the demonstration continued up to its end point.

At Frederick’s Square, we saw for the first time all three totalitarian forces in Denmark work together against SIAD and SIOE and democracy. Muslims, Antifa (the Communist group) and the Nazis stood almost hand in hand; they shouted slogans and threats after the demonstration.

I spoke with Anders Sunday morning and he explained to me,

“A group of 8-9 persons seemed as if they were a part of our group but suddenly they tried to raise a Nazi banner. I saw the banner, which had the name and website address of the Nazi Party and, before they could unfold it, I jumped on the banner and was then attacked by the Nazis, shouting ‘Zionist pig.’

“Our security people identified several of the people and today I found them on Facebook. Daniel Carlsen and Bjarke Eiler, who both have Facebook pages, are members of ‘Antifa’ as well as ‘United We Stand Against Zionism.’ The comments that Bjarke Eiler has left on Facebook amounts to saying that I should be put in cement boots and thrown in the harbor. So now they have threatened my life.”

Anders is doing well, aside from some bumps and bruises, and he thanked his security people and the police because it could have been much worse. I am proud to say that Anders will be joining us at the “Stop the 9/11 mosque” at Ground Zero in New York City on June 6th at 12 noon.

The fact the “Muslims, Antifa (the Communist group) and the Nazis stood almost hand in hand” only goes to prove the type of ideology that these people believe in and what we are up against. As I have written numerous times before, “We only need to look at Europe, to see what we are facing here in America.”

The fact that the Muslims and the Nazis can and are working together is nothing new. During WWII the the Nazi 7th SS Gebirgs Division was made up of Muslim volunteers. I have seen pictures of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem reviewing the troops as well as meeting with Hitler himself.

How many examples must we have of the mindset of these people before we realize that history is not repeating itself, but rather that this has been going on the whole time? The Nazis and the Muslims share many ideologies and the first among them is death to the Jews.

Let us not forget the famous words of Pastor Martin Niemöller during WWII,

“THEY CAME FIRST for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist.

THEN THEY CAME for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew.

THEN THEY CAME for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist.

THEN THEY CAME for me and by that time no one was left to speak up.”

We all need to speak up or, as they say, “History is destined to repeat itself.”

Gadi Adelman is the National Field Director of SIOA and a freelance writer and lecturer on the history of terrorism and counter-terrorism. He grew up in Israel, studying terrorism and Islam for 35 years after surviving a terrorist bomb in Jerusalem in which 7 children were killed. Since returning to the U. S., Gadi teaches and lectures to law enforcement agencies as well as high schools and colleges. He is currently writing his first book, Terrorism: Understanding the Threat. He can be reached through his website

2 Responses to “ The More Things Change… ”

  1. Palestinian on May 29, 2010 at 9:26 PM

    Gadi Adelman - ((He grew up in Israel)) !!

    I guess it make sense & The child could get it

    Wish you the best Gadi and this is just show the world how much Jewish hate Muslim.


  2. Eddie on June 5, 2010 at 2:33 PM

    Happy NAKABA paleSWINIAN! and may you have many, many more NAKBAS!

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