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Jews Vilified by Bosnian-Muslim Neo-Nazi Group

March 27, 2012 10:27 am 11 comments

Members of the Bosnian- Muslim Neo-Nazi Group. Photo: Krir-info.

A new Bosnian Neo-Nazi group, the Bosanski Pokret Nacionalnog Ponosa (Bosnian National Pride Movement), is increasingly championing anti-Semitism in the country. Ninety-five percent of its members are Muslim.

“The Jews have immense influence throughout the world—in [the domains of] politics, economy, culture, and religion,” the group writes on its website. “Freedom of speech is granted to a handful of ‘privileged’ politicians, journalists and functionaries that are puppets of the Zionist mechanism.”

According to the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), this group reveres the alliance between Muslims and Nazis during World War II. Bosnia does not ban Neo-Nazi groups, unlike many fellow European nations, in the wake of the Holocaust.

11 Comments

  • Ruben Fleisherr

    The world is not the way it appears to people. The notion of Nazism/Neo-Nazism didn’t originate from Hitler/earthly beings,but from extraterrestrials according to the author of Binoetics:First Touchdown. The author claims that extraterrestrials are behind many evils that take plake in this world. He says Noah, Moses,Jesus, Alexander the Great,Napoleon Bonaparte,Nostradamus, Hitler and many more were human-ET hybrids. I will send Algemeiner Journal a document (statement) made by the author so that it be published for the public to see. Algemeiner Journal can also contact the author directly because he is from New York City. The book was advertised in the UFO Magazine in November 2011. As above so below.

  • Good article.
    One important correction is needed, MEMRI is misquoted, the article should read:
    “unlike some EU countries Bosnia does NOT ban neo-Nazi groups”
    (it should not read “Bosnia now bans neo-Nazi groups”…that is inaccurate)
    source http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/6197.htm

  • Why does the world, as a whole, fail to recognize or downplays the intimate connection between the resurgence of global anti-Semitism and those who follow the radical form of Islam? Have the lessons of the Holocaust been forgotten? Is the world entering a new round of anti-Semitism and violence? How many times does this have to happen before people say “enough is enough.” There has been too much hatred between groups and too many lives lost. The cycle must be broken.

  • Zar Bar Kuzarim

    The (neo)nazis among Bosniaks are luckily marginal, as of now, less influential than in Croatia where some of them have been involved in the football hooliganism and they have a popular singer for gathering at his concerts, and also less influential than in Serbia where neo-nazi gangs have been attacking Gypsies and others in recent years. More of a problem in Bosnia and among the Muslims there might be the Wahhabi influence, both the one with Arab and other foreign roots, and the one that already infected some indigenous people, not too many of them but more than enough to spread anti-Semitic (and anti-Christian, anti-secularist etc.) hatred and from there to violence is a very short path, especially in a non-stable country of the kind Bosnia-Herzegovina is today.

  • Bob Petrovich

    This is no surprise to anyone who knows the WWII history and the way how world public opinion was manipulated during Bosnian civil war to depict Bosnian Muslims as Jews and Serbs as Nazis.

    It was Nazi revisionism par excellence. Brazen lies were likened to the truth of The Holocaust.

    Now, the chicken came home to roost.

    I guess that all those who supported Islamofascism in Bosnia are proud of what they helped create.

    Their names are on public record, as well as their statements.

  • Michale Thompson

    These Bosnian Muslim extremists are correctly criticized for being anti-semitic. But they are left alone when they are anti-Serb. They equally hate Serbs in Bosnia and are allowed by the West to continue with their hatred and calls for war to cleanse the 50% of Bosnia which remains Serbian. This should also be roundly condemned by Western leaders and the press.

    Little wonder that the Serbs of Bosnia choose to live in peace in their own administered state called Republika Srpska. Without that, they would have been killed and cleansed years ago, as were the Serbs of Croatia.

    • then they should move to their own state known as serbia,and u dont know that the serbs are the one who are the nazis and attacked peacefull croatian and bosnian people,so educate yourself a bit more about the ww2 and balcan wars

  • …and Moslems have enormous assets and resources and investments in all the major media and banking corporations throughout the world. So what?
    Enough with the bogeyman knee-jerk response to our problems- we are what we are and vilification or discrimination or promotion of prejudice just makes us less than what we can be.

  • Shoudl come as no surprise. My books Europe’s Full Circle and Fascist Europe Rising have shown how the war time allies have allowed the war time axis powers to dominate and recreate the Europe of the 1940s. The murder and ethnci cleansing of Jews, Serbs and gypsies in Kosovo and Serbs in the Krajina demonstrate how exact the parallels are. Might I recomend my youtube video:

    The Nazis and Fascists who founded the EU, and their influence today

    To avoid jerky playback, please allow the video to ‘load’ into your computer before viewing

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nf5KeC4dAs

    • and the poor serbs are inocent? come one who made vukovar and srebrenica?????????????????????????????????????????

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