In an article posted on the website of the Jordanian daily Al-Sabil, which is owned by the Muslim Brotherhood, journalist Jamal Al-Shawahin stated that no more than a few hundred or a few dozen Jews and non-Jews were put to death in the Nazi gas chambers, as a punishment for committing treason, and that Jewish circles exploit this minor incident to this day to achieve political gains. Al-Shawahin also compared Israel to Nazi Germany and concluded that the former is currently the world's most criminal regime and that Hitler was "a million times" more merciful than former Israeli prime ministers Ariel Sharon, Yitzhak Shamir and Yitzhak Rabin. He added that Hitler and Palestinian leader Haj Amin Al-Husseini jointly struggled against the British mandate, which allowed Jews to enter Palestine and Arabs to be expelled from it.
The following are excerpts from the article:
Jamal Al-Shawahin (image: sahafi.jo)
"Why did the German leader Hitler hate the Jews and constantly threaten to cut out their dirty tongues, although they were of impeccable German origin? Why did he fear their activities [although] they constituted less than 500,000 citizens, over half of whom immigrated to Palestine prior to 1930 and of those remaining [in Germany] over half subsequently emigrated to the United States and other countries, so that by 1939 only a few thousand poor and totally destitute [Jews] remained? During World War II [those Jews] were dispersed or transferred to camps where they were allegedly burned in the gas chambers. This is questionable, because those killed in the gas chambers were no more than a few hundred or a few dozen people, [both Jewish] and others, who were accused of treason. But Jewish circles trade on them and obtain infinite dividends to this day.
"Hitler was quite aware of the danger posed by Jews in his country, and therefore imposed restrictions on them so they would not hinder him. Hitler, with his ideas and principles, did not pose a direct threat to Palestine, but quite the opposite. He coordinated with Haj Amin Al-Husseini the struggle against the British mandate, which had helped the Jews establish a state in Palestine and expel its original residents [i.e. the Arabs] after laying the groundwork for [the Jews] to commit criminal massacres against [the Arabs]. Ever since then the Jews have incessantly killed the Palestinians, and not a day goes by without a Palestinian being killed.
"The Palestinians are currently scattered throughout the world and prevented from settling in their original homeland. Their remnant on Palestinian soil is a target for killing, wounding, arrests and oppression, and they are under constant threat. They are subject to prohibitions even in matters of religion, [for] they are denied the [right] to pray and their holy places are damaged. They are completely exposed to the occupation soldiers and the settler droves. [The Israelis] destroy their homes, cut down their trees, raze their fields, deny them health care, [freedom of] movement, and education, conduct experiments on them, force them to do dirty work, and extort them so they fall into the trap of [committing] treason [against their own people]. The enemy army makes no distinction between children, women and the aged, all are exposed to violation [of their rights] and killing.
"The Israeli enemy entity is overtly criminal, and commits very crime, heedless of the outcome. There is nobody to hold it to account for any crime... Furthermore, it enjoys the protection and sympathy of the United States and all European countries and other countries thanks to the fabrication about its right to security. [This,] despite the fact that it [Israel] is the region's and the world's most secure [country] thanks to its weapons that are trained on the Palestinians and on anyone who is an Arab, Muslim or Christian.
"Compared to [other regimes], the [Israeli] entity is more criminal than the world's most criminal regime, and [what was done by] Adolf Hitler's party is a drop in the sea compared to what the Jews perpetrate. The Fuehrer was undoubtedly a million times more merciful than [Ariel] Sharon, [Yitzhak] Shamir and even Yitzhak Rabin, who gave the order to break the bones of the Palestinians… and is currently considered a martyr and a man of peace, just as [Binyamin] Netanyahu is now [regarded]."
 Al-Sabil (Jordan), March 2, 2014.