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Dutch Muslim Youths Praise Hitler, Claim Millions of Palestinians Are Being Killed (VIDEO)

March 5, 2013 10:27 am 10 comments

Screen shot of program on Dutch TV. Photo: tundratabloids.com/Nederland 2

A video that appeared on Dutch TV recently shows a roundtable of adults and children discussing Jews. The children, who are Muslim Turks, praise Hitler and his genocidal inclinations. One of the boys says, “on the one hand I am satisfied with what Hitler did with the Jews…” while another responds that Hitler was justified in killing millions of Jews because “now millions of Palestinians are being killed.”

The four young boys are joined in a roundtable by an older gentleman (identified as Mehmet Sahin, a researcher at Amsterdam’s Vrije Universiteit) who repeatedly challenges their assertions. When one of the boys asks the interviewer if he hates Jews, they seem surprised when he responds in the negative.

Later, the same boy who originally praised Hitler, says, ” as far as I’m concerned Hitler should have killed all Jews, ” a remark that merited laughs from the group of boys.

The interviewer, who repeatedly expresses his indignation at the boys’ opinions, ask them where they got their hatred for the Jews from–“from friends” they answer, noting that the term “Jew” is used as a curse word and that nobody at their school likes Jews.

Later during the conversation the interviewer calls the boys “pathetic.”

A Dutch Jewish group has called on Holland’s government to probe anti-Semitism in high schools in response to the video.

Watch a video of the discussion below:

10 Comments

  • Let’s face it! This is the result of dutch politics. Dutch politicians want to boycott Israel and demonize with double standards the jewish state. The dutch media portrayed Israel as something ultimate bad or evil.

    It is your responsibility.

  • This is the result of brainwashing since crib. These guys lost the ability of learning and thinking. I hope some day they wake up…

  • fenasi mehmedovic

    what a waste of human semen these guys are…

  • This teens are young already discrimination offenders in the path of being future monsters. Authorities must educate them and compelled to do community service.

  • harry freedman

    so distressing to hear. I spent a week in Amsterdam a couple of years ago and the 2 issues which stood out were, Firstly, the centuries of support the Dutch provided to the Jews, but particularly Amsterdam and Secondly, the huge anguish that the people I spoke to were feeling in trying to work out how to deal with the huge influx of muslims.
    I would have spoken to more than 10 dutch citizens who all spoke of how proud they were of the Dutch tolerance of other cultures, and how frightened they were about the muslim immigrants failure to integrate and to now want to change the dutch culture.
    so now to watch this clip, makes these issues more important to deal with quickly

  • I am more concerned about Jewish anti-Semitism in Vienna, Austria. The fact that Jewish people (including Rabbis) can be party to removing 2-year-old twins boys from their capable mother, sends more chilling anti-Semitic behavior than the if the same horrific act was perpetrated by a group of Dutch Muslim Youths.

    I suggest you look at http://helpbeth.org or google “Save The Schlesinger Twins” for more information.

  • richard sherman

    No suprise. The Dutch turned over their lists of Jews to the Nazi. This is just Dutch DNA.

    • dr. abraham Weizfeld

      A willfully stupid remark since the youth are from a Muslim background and could not possibly have changed their DNA by living in Holland. So now it is evident that the Zionist claim to represent all Jewish interests is a propagandistic tool that has rebounded on all Jewish people.

    • Correct, as well as the Dutch Underground also. Most have forgotten that fact. it is most horrible to see another generation of hateful war and murder types rising up from the ashes. The most read book with the Muslims is Mein kompf, wrote by the Mad man himself.

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