Thursday 18 August 2011

Who is Ahmed Huber?

Albert Freidrich (aka Ahmed Huber), born in 1927, was a Swiss journalist, who became a major financier of radical Islam and pan-arabism.
He was an avid admirer of Hitler and highly active in Europe's radical right elite.
After his involvement with the radical left Algerian rebels against the French in the 1950's, Huber converted to Islam through the offices of the Muslim Brotherhood.
At first he followed into the path of Pan-arabism with President Nasser of Egypt, whereby Nasser promised safe-haven for former SS officers in exchange for help on ‘Jewish affairs'.

When President Sadat of Egypt made peace with Israel, Huber left and joined Ayatollah Khomeini.
He meets Amin Al Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, as well as Francois Genoud, Hitler's Swiss banker. (Genoud funded the legal defense of Eichmann during his trial in 1961. And most chilling of all, Genoud was closely associated with the Palestinian terrorists who murdered Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics in 1972).

While in Egypt, he also befriends Johannes Van Leers, former chief of Nazi propaganda under Hitler. He actively funds an anti-American and Anti-Israel agenda through his leadership of a secret fraternity called Avalon Gemeinschaft. This group unites former SS officers with younger radicals such as Horst Mahler, Jurgen Graf and Ahmad Rami.
Finally, Ahmed Huber establishes the Al Taqwa Bank with Muslim Brotherhood members Youssef Nada and Ali Gholib Himati. The Bank was since shut down by authorities for transacting with groups such as Al Qaeda and Hamas and financing terrorist acts. Youssef Nada, former board chairman of Al Taqwa (Nada Management), the Lugano, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Bahamas-based financial services outfit accused by the US Treasury Department of money laundering for and financing of Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda.

As a young man, he had joined the armed branch of the “secret apparatus” (al-jihaz al-sirri) of the Muslim Brotherhood and then was recruited by German military intelligence. When Grand Mufti Al-Husseini had to flee Germany in 1945 as the Nazi defeat loomed, Nada reportedly was instrumental in arranging the escape via Switzerland back to Egypt and eventually Palestine, where Al-Husseini resurfaced in 1946.

Ahmed Huber is thought to have been the main financier and instigator of the holocaust denial movement in Iran.

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