Syrian Israeli affairs expert Muhammad Nasour said in an August 4, 2022 show on the Arabic-language Al-Alam Syria TV (Iran) that the goal of the Zionist movement is to exterminate the Palestinians or other nations by any means necessary, including nuclear bombs. He said that the Zionists had even been behind the 1945 bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and he explained that all the wars, killing, and destruction the world has witnessed is a product of the "Talmudic mind, which later produced The Protocols of the Elders of Zion." Nasour also claimed that the rabbis of Hamburg, Germany had had an "agreement" with senior Nazi official Adolf Eichmann regarding the "so-called" Holocaust and the Nazi concentration camps. He claimed that only sick and disabled people died in the "so-called" camps, that the number of deaths had been "inflated" to millions, and that the furnaces used to burn the Jews "could not possibly be used" for burning people.
Muhamad Nasour: "The goal of the Zionist movement is to exterminate Palestinians or other nations. That is their goal. It is the end that justifies the means — even the use of nuclear bombs, like they did in their [nuclear] tests, in 1987, in the eastern Nigerian desert.
"The Zionist movement dropped nuclear bombs — even if nominally it was done by the U.S. — on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Zionist lobby and the Zionist mind cooperated with President Harry Truman and the commanders of the U.S. military.
"All the destruction, wars, strife, and killing that the world has witnessed are a product of the Talmudic mind, which later produced The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
"There was an agreement between the rabbis of Hamburg and Adolf Eichmann, who perpetrated the so-called 'Holocaust' in the Auschwitz concentration camp. Obviously, only disabled and sick people died there. The [number of dead] was inflated to millions. This is not true.
"I contacted the PLO's Ambassador in Austria at the time. This was in the 1950s, and he was married to a German woman. I spoke to him about the historical circumstances of those camps. He told me that he went to those so-called 'camps,' and to the [crematoria] tanks and furnaces the [Jews] talk about. The furnaces there were newly-built, but they were exploited in order to... These furnaces were operated with regular fuel, and could not possibly be used for burning people."