Germany funding Palestinian jihad group and partnering with Iran-linked Shia jihad organization in Hamburg


Germany is confused. It banned Hizballah, and some of its politicians are now pushing for a probe into Islamic Relief funding and its ties to Muslim Brotherhood. But now an alarming finding has been revealed in a study by the American Jewish Committee :

Not only is Berlin funding Palestinian NGOs undermined by the terror organization PFLP [Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine], but also partnering with the ‘Islamic Center Hamburg’ (IZH), which is part of radical Shiite networks in this country.

Germany is essentially in cahoots with jihad terrorists, including Iran, a state sponsor of terrorism. One needs to keep in mind, however, that Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated organizations (and individuals) operating in America, Canada, and throughout the West are just as dangerous, and they have managed to weave their way into “anti-racism” activism and into every level of government.

In Germany, these groups hide their ambitions as much as possible, so as to escape the threat of detection:

There is yet another obscure function the ‘Islamic Center Hamburg’ has: It is the center for supporters of the terror organization Hezbollah in Hamburg. No wonder the IZH is trying to keep a sort of low profile, now that Germany finally banned Hezbollah in April.

“Study: Germany Cooperates with Radical Shiite Organization in Hamburg,” by Imanuel Marcus, Berlin Spectator, October 12, 2020:

Berlin, October 12th, 2020 (The Berlin Spectator) — There seems to be a pattern: Not only is Berlin funding Palestinian NGOs undermined by the terror organization PFLP, but also partnering with the ‘Islamic Center Hamburg’ (IZH), which is part of radical Shiite networks in this country. The latter issue is the outcome of a study conducted by Professor Susanne Schröter for the American Jewish Committee’s (AJC) Berlin division.

Legalist Islamists

Susanne Schröter is the Director of the ‘Research Center Global Islam’ at Frankfurt’s Goethe University. What she found out is concerning, to say the least. In the study, she deals with “legalist Islamists” who are hiding behind organizations that might look harmless at first glance, but are actually dangerous.

The organizations the AJC’s study was focusing on were at least as dangerous as Sunnite terror groups such as Al Qaida, Boko Haram and the Islamic State, Professor Schröter said. According to the AJC, this is about Islamists whose demeanor seems to be “reputable and forthcoming” but who actually represent a danger to democracy.

Steered by Tehran

The study uses the ‘Islamic Center Hamburg’ as an example, and shows what kind of danger it poses. Professor Schröter believes the ‘Center’ has an anti-democratic agenda and propagates a “firm antisemitic ideology”. On top of it all, it is being steered by the Teheran regime. In spite of these aspects, the ‘Islamic Center Hamburg’ was a partner of “the [German] state, the churches as well as universities.”

It gets worse: The study says the IZH was “the pivotal protagonist of Shiite Islamism in Germany and the European Union, for supporters of the Iranian regime in Europe”. Even Germany’s Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution says the IZH is “the most important representation of Iran in Europe’.

Low Profile

None other than the Leader of the Revolution in Teheran appoints the IZH’s chairman. And there is yet another obscure function the ‘Islamic Center Hamburg’ has: It is the center for supporters of the terror organization Hezbollah in Hamburg. No wonder the IZH is trying to keep a sort of low profile, now that Germany finally banned Hezbollah in April……

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