Netanyahu: Hitler didn’t want to exterminate the Jews

Netanyahu: Hitler didn’t want to exterminate the Jews
Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed a Palestinian leader told the Nazis to kill Europe’s Jews. Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germans were “very clear in our minds” that the Nazis were responsible.

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BBC News

Germany has insisted it was responsible for the Holocaust, after Israel’s prime minister claimed a Palestinian leader told the Nazis to kill Europe’s Jews.

Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germans were “very clear in our minds” that the Nazis were responsible.

Benjamin Netanyahu had said Hitler had only wanted to expel Jews from Europe, but that Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al-Husseini told him: “Burn them.”

His remarks have been condemned by Israeli historians and politicians.

Speaking alongside Mrs Merkel in Berlin, Mr Netanyahu said “no-one should deny that Hitler was responsible for the Holocaust”.

But on Tuesday speech at the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem, Mr Netanyahu claimed Husseini had provided the idea.

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Video: Benjamin Netanyahu -Hitler didn’t want to exterminate the Jews

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Video: Netanyahu sparks criticism over Holocaust remarks

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Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel responds to Benjamin Netanyahu’s comments about the Holocaust

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Yesteryear: The Holocaust as reported by actual U.S. newspapers -The Jews of Europe

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One Comment on “Netanyahu: Hitler didn’t want to exterminate the Jews”

  1. renxkyoko Says:

    Bcause of this blatant , in your face lie, everything he says now is suspect.

    Reply

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