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Excerpts from the meeting between Hitler and the Mufti,
Haj Amin Husseini, on 28 November 1941. The notes were taken by
Dr. Paul Otto Schmidt and are quoted in Fleming's "Hitler and the
Final Solution", p. 101-104. Also geheime Reichssache 57 a/41,
Records Dept. Foreign and  Commonwealth Office Pa/2.
The Fuehrer then made the following declaration, requesting
the Mufti to lock it deep in his heart:

1) He (the Fuehrer) would carry on the fight until the last
   traces of the Jewish-Communist European hegemony had been

2) In the course of this fight, the German army would - at a
   time that could not yet be specified, but in any case in
   the clearly foreseeable future - gain the southern exit of

3) As soon as this breakthrough was made, the Fuehrer would
   offer the Arab world his personal assurance that the hour
   of liberation had struck. Thereafter, Germany's only
   remaining objective in the region would be limited to the
   annihilation of the Jews living under British protection
   in Arab lands.

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