“Mein Kampf” Used To Validate Anti-Semitic Forgery On Popular Arab TV Program

  • October 9, 2013

A Kuwaiti television program focusing on conspiracy theories featured a discussion on The Pro­to­cols of the Learned Elders of Zion. But instead of debunking this noto­ri­ous anti-Semitic forgery, the program’s host and guest pundit cited Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf to prove the authenticity of the Protocols’ claims.

The program, which aired on September 30 on Al-Rai TV, was hosted by Dr. Mohammed Al-Awady, a well-known television personality, and featured pundit Dr. Muhana Al Muhana.

During their discussion, Al-Awady quoted sections from Mein Kampf, Hitler’s blueprint for world domination and for the destruction of the Jews. Al Muhana responded by claiming that Jews are “wicked” because the Talmud teaches them to treat non-Jews badly and to “suck the other’s blood.” 

Citing Hitler’s genocidal anti-Jewish rant in Mein Kampf to validate the Protocols fantasy of a Jewish conspiracy to achieve global domination is not only absurd, but a disturbing reminder of the blatant anti-Semitism that is still broadcast in that region.