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Radio Zeesen and the Nazi-Islam connection

I'm starting this thread because it's important to understand how fake news and propaganda have affected the world in violent ways and it will be far from complete for a while. Any comments, sources, or edits are welcome in discussion below.


December in 1927 Radio Zeesen, a 40 meter high radio tower, came to life. Shortly after in the early 1930's a short wave 70 meter high antenna tower made from wood in a lattice pattern was added to Zeesen with Short Wave Radio capabilities.

Named for a village named Zeesen, just south of Königs Wusterhausen, the stations were an exciting new technology that could spread any message to anyone in the world, so long as they had access to a radio. At the time many people had never seen or heard a radio so as they popped up people would travel far and wide to towns and cities so they could all gather around a shared box and listen to whatever message could seemingly miraculously come from the air. The radio was able to reach the US, Africa, the Middle East, and more.

In the late 1930's, Great Britain had been working on the Peel Plan which proposed to divide Palestine into an Arab-Muslim state, and a smaller Jewish State. Germany feared that they were gaining too many friends and influences in the region as the Palestinians were still seeking peace and did not yet feel the level of division and anti-Semitic feelings that are common today.

In 1939 anti-Semitic propaganda in Arabic, Persian, Hindi, and Turkish started spewing out of Radio Zeesen. Mixed with quotes from the Queran, the Nazi Party, and Arab music it was seen as entertainment to many.

The radio repeated the line "The Jew is our enemy! Killing him brings pleasure to Allah." according to historians.

I'm still trying to find sourcing but a researcher who would like to remain nameless at a California State University told me that the Nazis sent radios to high-traffic cafes and public places to reach more people. At the time radios were expensive and heavy. According to professors at a California State University it's "Really dangerous to talk about the Nazi-Islam connection because, well, Antifa will kick your head in and you will lose your job".


Nazi Germany fell in 1945 but their message of hate, fascist ideals, and corruption of middle eastern peace were at it's height. Al-Husseini of the Muslim Brotherhood, who had actively supported the Holocaust, vowed to continue the Reich's plan for the middle east. With over 500,000 dedicated loyalists the Muslim Brotherhood was one of the strongest groups in the region. Many of them had fought for Hitler and even had their own SS unit. The Arab and Islamic armies never disarmed like Germany's European forces. They still had stockpiles and as  the war came to an end much more surplus was able to find it's way down into Egypt and Palestine.

Hitler’s Mein Kampf, sent to the region in a few languages, is still read by Islamic Extremists today. Some of the 9-11 hijackers were directly inspired by people who had listened to those radio signals many decades ago. It was Hitler who had said New York should be attacked because that's "where the Jews are" it took many years but New York was eventually hit and over 3000 lives were lost.


The next time Antifa says they want to "Punch a Nazi" they should stop their violent intentions for a moment and take a good look at the CAIR supporters within their ranks because CAIR is just a proxy of the Muslim Brotherhood. To this day the Muslim Brotherhood openly praises Hitler and even chanted Hail Hitler at their public events as recent as 2019 (please help me find the recording that was nuked from youtube). They might see their hypocrisy (Maybe, doubt it).


To Do: Add Himmler's role and his 'right hand men' the leaders of the Palestinian Movement and the Muslim Brotherhood.

To Do: Add references and exact dates instead of telling the story from memory.

To Do: Add Time-line