The Enemy of My Enemy Is Not Always My Friend

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 1:17 AM
May 22, 2013

So Beate Zscape, her two dead compatriots, and the rest of her posse on trial for murdering Germans of Turkish descent were angry because they only want ‘pure’ Germans in the homeland?  Strange such a ‘noble’ German didn’t know her country’s decades-long history of using, and abusing, those from Turkish countries.

Tsarnaev-brothers-bombers        And U.S. Bostonians are shocked that two brothers, recent immigrants from the Kyrgyzstan Republic––a small wholly-Muslim nation which has been fighting Russia for their freedom for centuries––shot up their town on Marathon day.

And . . . few press persons or government agencies have publicly coordinated the brothers’ confession––they killed Americans because Americans were killing Muslims overseas––with other recent mass killers in the U.S.

For example, last month Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood psychiatrist-killer told a judge:  “”Your honor, in the name of almighty Allah, I am a Muslim.”  That was his excuse for murdering 38 Americans.

Yes, of course, it is far too simplistic––and downright wrong––to paint all Muslims in America with the poisonous brush these killers welded.  But like Beate, Americans are far too ignorant of their nation’s use of Muslims from various Central Asian and Middle Eastern countries before and after World War II.

The truth is that Germany, the United States, Russia and other European nations have treated Muslims from these small Turkish countries as covert pawns throughout most of the 20th Century.  At times, their nations were part of Germany.  At other times, they were part of Russia.  Generations of such pounding left one consistent identity factor––religion rather than race or nationality.

In ‘A Mosque In Munich:  Nazis, The CIA, and the Rise of The Muslim Brotherhood in the West,’ Ian Johnson explains that as early as the 1930s Germans and Americans were strategizing with Muslims from the Middle East and Central Asia at an obscure mosque in Munich.

Johnson writes that founders of the small mosque on the outskirts of Munich had no interest in Muslim immigrants coming to Europe.  Rather each group had a different goal, and those often conflicting goals would continue into this century:

“1) Some were Nazis who wished to use Muslims to win WWII; 2) Others, from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency hoped to recruit Muslims to fight Communism; 3) Radical Islamists saw the structure as a recruiting stronghold.” He says the Mosque was not a place for worship, but rather for political activities.

In his well-researched study, Johnson––who is a full-time correspondent for the Wall Street Journal––explains how Johnson Booka Baltic-German, Gerhard von Mende, purposely organized Muslims in Germany for these and other manipulative uses.

History cannot be changed, but it must be known and understood.  And, while true Americans want our nation to get out of this ‘international’ mess with honor, we must hold our government responsible for the truth.  As Christian non-fiction prophecy books explain: When we know the truth,  the truth shall indeed set us free (John 8: 32).

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