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Part I
First Generation


Part II
From Amin Al-Husseini to Saddam Hussein
Lessons in Genocide

Part III
Second Generation
Saddam Hussein - Yasser Arafat



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New World with a New Leadership

  First Generation





New Borders

 The First World War comes to a close with the humiliating defeat of the Germans and the Turkish Ottoman Empire.  England and France redesign the map of the Middle East and create new artificial borders creating new boundaries for Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Iran, Kuwait and Lebanon.


Husseini’s First Taste of Jihad

  Allegiance to Ottoman Empire

Amin Al-Husseini swears allegiance to the Ottoman Empire during the Armenian genocide [i] . [ii] He is an officer stationed in Smyrna and participates first-hand in the Armenian genocide. One and a half million Armenians are slaughtered under the sword of Islamic Jihad by the Ottoman Army.


Hitler rises to power


Hitler’s party: Nationalist Socialist Party.

Nazi Parties form in Middle East: Young Egypt  (led by Nasser) and Social Nationalist Party of Syria (led by Anton Sa’ada)  [iii]


Amin Al-Husseini


  Amin Al-Husseini visits Jerusalem German Consul and seeks cooperation with the Nazis.  Amin al Husseini subsequently receives financial and military aid from Nazi Germany.

 Amin Al Husseini In Berlin during WWII. Amin Al Husseini In Berlin during WWII.


Saddam Hussein Born in Iraq.


Saddam Hussein, future dictator of Iraq, is born in a peasant Iraqi family.  


Amin Al-Husseini /Tulfah 

Pro-nazi coup

Amin Al Husseini in Bagdad with Rashid Al-Qailani 
Amin Al Husseini in Bagdad with Rashid Al-Qailani, Leader of Pro-Nazi Iraqi Coup 1941

 Amin Al-Husseini declares Fatwa-Jihad against Britain.  Amin al Husseini instigates a pro-nazi coup in Baghdad, Iraq. [iv] By his side, Rashid Ali el Gailani, Kharaillah Tulfah and the Golden Square squad of pro-nazi officers. Tulfah is Saddam Hussein’s mentor, uncle [v] and Father-in-Law.

  Germany sends weapons and aircrafts to Husseini. In May 1941,The British re-take control and the coup fails. Amin Al-Husseini flees to Teheran, Iran. [vi]

Palestinian Volunteers to the Iraqi Army
Palestinian Volunteers to the Iraqi Army for 1941 Pro-Nazi Coup in Bagdad.


 Arab League

Includes Iraq

 Amin Al-Husseini is one of the founders of Arab League.  Goal is to reinforce Pan-Islamic unity.  Founding countries are: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen.  Husseini is appointed to President in Absentia of Fourth Higher Committee of Arab League [vii] .


 Amin Al- Husseini/Arafat

Seeds of Second Generation

 Back in Palestine, Egyptian-born Yasser Arafat [viii] meets Amin Al-Husseini at age 17 and becomes one of his fervent admirers and followers. Husseini enrolls Arafat to his service.  Amin Al-Husseini allegedly great-uncle of Arafat, whose real name is Mohammed Abder Rauf Arafat Al-Kudwa Al-Husseini.   Amin Al-Husseini places Yasser Arafat in charge of arms procurement and shipment for the Mufti’s Irregular Forces:  “The Holy Strugglers”.  See Arafat/Palestine section.

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From Amin Al-Husseini to Saddam Hussein



  Saddam’s Nazi Education

Young Saddam Hussein was raised from age 10 on by his uncle Kharaillah Tulfah, close friend of Amin Al-Husseini and his main partner during the  pro-Nazi coup [ix] in 1941 in Baghdad.  Later, Saddam Hussein will marry his daughter.


 Saddam Hussein

Early Political Carreer


  Saddam Hussein failed out of Baghdad’s Military Academy and sought revolutionary means to reach power and achieve his uncle’s Pan-Islamic/Nazi alliance.

 Attempted assassination of Iraqi leader Abdel Karim Qassim by Saddam Hussein.  Assassination fails and Saddam is forced to flee Iraq for Egypt


 Saddam Hussein with Fellow Iraqis
Saddam Hussein with Fellow Iraqis in Exile in Cairo.

Egyptian Refuge

For Saddam

Saddam Hussein finds refuge in Egypt, where he is granted protection and resources.   Since 1952, Egypt is run by former head of Young Egypt (Nazi) party Gamal Abdul Nasser. Egyptian government has incorporated thousands of Nazis through the Odessa Network (1949-1952) (see Amin Al Husseini section).

                                         Amin Al Husseini with Abdel Nasser
Amin Al Husseini with Abdel Nasser: President of Egypt.


Saddam Hussein Marries Daughter of Pro-Nazi Uncle and Mentor

Saddam marries his first cousin Sajida Tulfah [x] .  Sajidah is the daughter of Saddam Hussein’s uncle Kharaillah Tulfah.  Tulfah was his mentor.  Saddam was a great admirer of his and grew up in his house until 1947. Tulfah was one of the main organizers of Pro-Nazi coup in Iraq in 1941 with Rashid Ali el Gailani.



Saddam Returns to Iraq


Iraqi government toppled by Ba’ath party [xi] , where Saddam Hussein is a prominent member. CIA heavily involved in toppling President Qassim because of fear that he would support the Communist Soviet Union. Ba’ath party establishes full dictatorship.  Saddam Hussein returns to Iraq and assumes prominent position in Ba’ath Party.   In the first month of Ba’ath rule, over 700 political figures assassinated.  Saddam Hussein becomes interrogator and torturer at Baghdad’s infamous ‘Palace of the End’, which was a torture chamber under Ba’ath rule.  Saddam Hussein becomes head of State Security.



  Saddam Hussein


Saddam Hussein takes over leadership of Ba’ath Party. Becomes Iraqi President.

He instantly orders the execution of over twenty top leaders of his own Ba’ath Party and assumes total unconditional control of Iraq. Nazi-inspired full dictatorship is imposed. No freedom of expression. All political opposition outlawed.  Countless Iraqis murdered by Saddam’s Security Department, run by his son. As an answer to Kurdish feelings of self-determination, an all out genocide of the Kurds is implemented. America turns a blind eye in exchange for oil concessions and guarantee that Iraq will not turn to the Soviet Union. In the meantime, Saddam Hussein establishes concentration camps throughout the land for people opposing his regime. [xii]


Iran-Iraq War [xiii]

One million soldiers die

One million children die

Clash between expansionist Shi’ite movement of Iranian Islamic Revolution and Saddam Hussein vision of the region.

Social and economic devastation followed.

Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini recruits between five hundred thousand (500,000) and one million Iranian children (mostly Basij children) to seek martyrdom by walking across Iraqi mine fields. Nine out of ten reportedly died in Martyrdom.

 In 1999, Grand Ayatollah al Sayyid Mohammed Sadiq al Sadr executed by Saddam Hussein.


Kurdish Genocide [xvi]

200,000 Kurds Murdered

Halabja Massacre. Kurdish Victim of Saddam's Chemical and Biological
Halabja Massacre. Kurdish Victim of Saddam's Chemical and Biological Warfare.

 Iraqi Kurdish refugees
One million Iraqi Kurdish refugees.

   3000 Kurdish villages destroyed. One million Kurds and Turkomen are displaced. Hundreds of thousands live to this day in refugee camps in Iran under extreme conditions.

Saddam Hussein places his cousin General Ali Hassan Al-Majeed (dubbed ‘Chemical Ali’) in charge of the Kurdish genocide.

Halapja massacre [xvii] (03/16/88)  “Chemical Ali” drops mustard gas, nerve agent surin, tabun and VX gas on Kurdish village.  Five thousand (5000) die in minutes. Tens of thousands crippled.

Gassed Iraqi Kurdish ChildrenGassed Iraqi Kurdish Children

Gassed Iraqi Kurdish Children: Victims of Saddam's Chemical Warfare.

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Second Generation

Saddam Hussein - Yasser Arafat



Invasion of Kuwait

War with America and Israel


August 2nd, 1990.  Saddam Hussein breaks ties with America and launches invasion of Kuwait, claiming pre-1918 Iraqi borders. 

Scud missiles sent on Israel to rally Pan-Islamic support.

America leads massive counter-offensive and defeats Saddam Hussein.


New York

First World Trade Center Attack [xviii]

Operation on American soil linked to Yasser Arafat and backed by Iraqi government

Masterminded by Ramzi Youssef and Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. (now serving a life sentence).  Youssef was quoted to say that his wish was to have killed 250,000 American civilians.

July ‘99

Saddam Hussein


Forbes Magazine July ’99. Saddam Hussein’s personal wealth estimated at nine billion dollars, from oil and smuggling.

 Saddam offers 25,000$ for Every Palestinian Suicide attack [xix] Arafat salutes Saddam
Arafat salutes Saddam.

Saddam Hussein offers 25,000$ for each Palestinian child willing to blow himself up in martyrdom against Israel.  Countless deaths result. Saddam broadcasts propaganda supporting suicide attacks against the West and the Jews.

Yasser Arafat [xx] receives weapons from Iraq.  


Iraq War

April 2003

The Fall of the Iraqi Baath Party

And its Dictator

Saddam Hussein

Saddam Statue


France and Iraq:
A Long Story...

April 2003. The United States of America and Great Britain invade Iraq in order to topple the regime of Saddam Hussein. Saddam Hussein was in breach of UN resolutions regarding arms inspections, with a 12 year history of non-compliance. He is accused of harboring terrorism and manufacturing Weapons of Mass Destruction and committing countless crimes against humanity.
Saddam's army is easily defeated. An interim governing council of Iraqis is appointed by the US and headed by L.Paul Bremmer. Saddam goes on the run. His two sons Uday and Qusay are killed. Most Baath leadership is captured or killed.

The post-war reconstruction effort is hampered by die-hard supporters of Saddam and hired mercenaries from Muslim lands. The fedayeen and Al Qaeda are suspected of involvement, as are the governments of Syria and Iran.
The Arab League, the Organisation of Islamic Conference, with France and Germany, were opposed to the war in the first place.

After the war, they continue to oppose the American occupation and demand a prompt withdrawal. With the toppling of Saddam's Baath party, France looses a major commercial ally and friend.

Saddam Hussein visits French nuclear reactor with Jacques Chirac

Saddam Hussein visits French nuclear reactor with Jacques Chirac
the future President of France. - 1976

The French supplied Saddam with Ozirak, which was Iraq's first nuclear plant. France's leading oil company, Total Elf, which has held exclusive negotiating rights for the huge Majnoun and Bin Omar oil fields was about to sign new contracts with the Iraqi dictator. France received approximately 23% of Iraq's oil.

Saddam Hussein Captured
DECEMBER 14, 2003


Saddam's notorious
Lawyer Jacques Verges

From Nazi Klaus Barbie
to Saddam Hussein



The notorious Jacques Verges accepts to defend Saddam Hussein in court upon request by Saddam's nephew Ali Al-Tikriti. Verges is notorious for defending the Palestinian terrorist group PLFP, the famous Carlos the Jackal and the Nazi Leader Klaus Barbie, also known as the Butcher of Lyons..

[i] Armenian genocide. Legacy of the Ottoman Empire.
Link: http://www.armenian-genocide.org/,



[ii] Amin Al-Husseini joins the Ottoman Empire.

Link: http://www.serbianna.com/columns/savich/022.shtml

[iii] Arab Nazi parties guarantee growth of fascism in Middle East.

Link: http://www.afsi.org/OUTPOST/96JAN/jan6.htm

[iv] Mufti sets up headquarters in Iraq in 1939. Link:  http://www.serbianna.com/columns/savich/022.shtml

[v] K.Tulfah, uncle and mentor of  Saddam Hussein;
leader of pro-nazi Iraqi coup with Amin Al-Husseini.

Link: http://www.megastories.com/iraq/family/saddam.htm

[vi] Pro-Nazi coup in Iraq lead by Amin Al-Husseini.

Link: http://www.mideasttruth.org/Articles/cnnwatch1.htm

[vii] Amin Al-Husseini co-founder and president of the Arab
League, which will become his main voice in the second half
of the twentieth century.
Link: http://www.passia.org/palestine_facts/personalities/alpha_h.htm

[viii] Amin Al-Husseini is the mentor of Yasser Arafat. 
Arafat became a terrorist as a student of Amin Al-Husseini. Link: http://www.serbianna.com/columns/savich/022.shtml,


[ix] K.Tulfah, uncle and mentor of  Saddam Hussein
; leader of pro-nazi Iraqi coup with Amin Al-Husseini.

Link: http://www.megastories.com/iraq/family/saddam.htm

[x] Ref: Saddam Hussein: The Politics of revenge by
Said K. Aburish, pg 53. First Edition.

[xi] Saddam Hussein’s take-over of Iraq. Link: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/gunning/

[xii] Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. Tale of atrocities. Link: http://www.fas.org/news/iraq/2000/02/iraq99.htm,

. http://www.kurdistan.org/Articles/indict.html,

[xiii] Details on Iran-Iraq War.
Link: http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/ops/war/iran-iraq.htm

 [xvi]   Kurdish Genocide perpetrated by Saddam Hussein. 

Link: http://www.fas.org/news/iraq/2000/02/iraq99.htm#photo3, http://www.kurdistan.org/Articles/indict.html,



[xvii] Halapja massacre of Iraqi Kurds.

Link: http://www.kurdistan.org/Current-Updates/filner.halapja.2000.html,


[xviii] First attack on the World Trade Center in 1993.

Link: http://atheism.about.com/library/islam/blfaq_islam_rahman.htm

[xix] Saddam Hussein offers 25,000$ for every dead Palestinian child-martyr.

Link:  http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/03/25/1017004766310.html

[xx] Close ties between Saddam Hussein and Yasser Arafat.

 Link: DISCERNING TODAY - "Saddam Hussein is a supporter of Arafat






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