Interview with High-Ranking Hitler Youth Office and Islamic Naziism
Back in 1953, an Egyptian army officer was asked by the magasine Al-Musawwar what he would write to Hitler if he were still alive. "My Dear Hitler," he began gushingly, "I admire you from the bottom of my heart." He proceeded to extol the German dictator for, among other things, creating dissension between "the old man Churchill and his allies, the sons of Satan." If the mass murder of Jews bothered the officer in the least, he did not mention it. Years later, as the president of Egypt, he was himself murdered for making peace with the Jewish state. His name, of course, was Anwar Sadat.
Continue in Part IV.