without the hitlers war, could have existed Israel?
if Hitler wouldn't have breakout the war in Europe, how could Israel have existed?
- Anonymous6 years agoFavorite Answer
No Hitler No Israel.
The Jewish magazine Sentinel of Chicago printed in its issue of 8 October 1940:
'When the National Socialists and their friends cry or whisper that this [the war] is brought about by Jews, they are perfectly right.'
Hitler and Nazis are also known as Founder of Modern day Israel by being first to start Jewish settlement in Palestine (modern day Israel) to fulfill 2000 year old desire of Jews and Final solution of Jewish question of their own homeland, Nazis began active collaboration with Jews and Zionists for active Jewish control of Palestine.
Circular 54/1933 of the Reich Ministry of Finance, August 28, 1933;-
“To further the cause of Jewish emigration to Palestine through allocation of the necessary sums of money, without putting too much strain on the currency reserves of the Reich and simultaneously increasing German exports to Palestine, an agreement has been reached with the appropriate Jewish authorities. It is based on the following conditions:…"
The Agreement made it possible to for millions of German and other European Jews to occupy and control Palestine Lands now known as Israel till the England’s declaration of war on Germany which prevented allocation of further resources for immigration and settlement. The Reich spent several million RM on Jewish occupation and settlement in Palestine. The total amount transferred from Germany to Palestine through the Ha'avara between August 1933 and the end of 1939 was 139.57 million German marks (now equivalent to more than $66 billion). W. Feilchenfeld, et al., Haavara-Transfer, p. 75.; "Haavara," Encyclopaedia Judaica, (1971), Vol. 7, p. 1013.
- 3 years ago
i think of you're mistaking with the Arabs. Arabs choose an enemy they might group up against, and that enemy is Israel. Take Lebanon case in point. The Lebanese public is split between Sunni, Shiites, Muslims, Christians and extra. the only reason their no longer at a civil conflict is as a results of the fact all of them hate Israel, and it gadgets them. while Israel entered Lebanon interior the Lebanon conflict, and teamed up with the christians, the christians took it sluggish to bloodbath some muslims. Take Iraq for yet another occasion. it is likewise divided between Sunni and Shiites, however the conflict with usa united them. while Obama desperate to take the warriors out of Iraq, they discovered it sluggish to commit suicide bombing in mosques and different public places, against different muslims, of direction. confident, Jews have been consistently divided of their comments: for the time of the classic kingdom of Israel, the middle a protracted time, the well-liked Age, the cases of Zionism, and today, interior the state of Israel. Debating replaced into, and nevertheless is, a factor of the Jewish life. Rabbis have consistently debated, as portion of examining the Torah. yet, Jews on no account killed(!) one yet another because of the fact of disagreements. So why Israel is often at conflict? because of the fact it truly is surrounded via enemies that seek for its destruction for the reason that its employer, or maybe till now.
- Anonymous6 years ago
No since jews before WW1 and WW2 were looking to build their own nation in Israel due to the persecutions they were facing in Europe.
- Anonymous6 years ago
They may have been able to create one eventually, but perhaps not as quickly, and may have been able to create it in a totally different way that had seen the wars with the arabs and Muslims, and had been able to work with Palestinians. Palestine had existed then either.
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- 6 years ago
no and some say Zionists pay rolled and collaborated with Hitler?
- mgan v.2Lv 76 years ago
"stop playing call of duty, ok?"
- 6 years ago
that doesnt even make ******* sense. instead of makin fun of people when they tell you to be serious. **** you and go die.