The last week has witnessed how the relationship between Russia and Israel deteriorated significantly. The most recent disruption began last Sunday when the Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the Italian media that, like the President Vladimir Zelenskythrough the veins Adolf Gitler ran “Jewish blood”, meaning that Jewish blood does not necessarily exempt a Jew from being a Nazi.
In Israel, they raise a cry to the sky, immediately answering that it is “anti-Semitic” argument and the Russian Foreign Ministry responded shortly after that there were Jewish Israelis who were fighting as “mercenaries” on the side Azov Battalionneo-Nazi and ultra-nationalist group included in the regular Ukrainian army.
The Jewish media estimate the number of Israeli “mercenaries” fighting in the ranks of Ukraine at “hundreds”.
Jewish media estimate in “hundreds” the number of Israeli “mercenaries” fighting in the ranks Ukraine. Although their exact number is not known, most of them are veterans of the Israeli army, and, according to a Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman, the Israeli authorities Tel Aviv not ignored at all and even tolerated.
What offended Israel the most was Hitler’s alleged “Jewish blood”, a theory that is not new, it was already circulated during the dictator’s lifetime and carefully considered by Jewish historians, but which today cannot be confirmed or refuted. comes out with confidence. It’s due to the dark birth aloisFuhrer’s father
“I think Hitler also had Jewish blood,” Lavrov said of Zelensky. “It means absolutely nothing. Jewish scholars say that the most ardent anti-Semites are usually Jews. As the saying goes, every family has its black sheep.”
There are numerous and conflicting studies on this subject. An investigation conducted for the Belgian magazine Knack in 2010 was based on DNA analysis of the Fuhrer’s relatives living in Austria D USA. The results caused a sensation, linking Hitler’s DNA to that of Greeks, Sicilians, and especially North Africans of Berber origin from Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia. But the research didn’t stop there, as it also linked much of the DNA to Ashkenazi Jews from Eastern Europe.
Even before World War II, there were rumors that Hitler was of part Jewish descent.
Already before The Second World War There were rumors that Hitler was of part Jewish descent. In most cases, though not all, these theories begin with the fact that Hitler’s father was born from an extramarital affair to this day. it is not known who his grandfather waswho may or may not have been Jewish, which is historically inconclusive.
These doubts about Hitler’s mysterious origins circulated in Austria and Germany in the 1920s, and they intensified in the next decade as the Führer rose to power, even publishing in the sensational newspapers of the time to satisfy the need for them. German citizens should have known about the origin of their leader.
Summing up, the daily newspaper Haaretz claims that the rumors were connected both with the belief that Hitler was a Jewish surname and that there was a Jewish family with such a surname living in Bucharest, and with the unproven fact that Hitler’s father, Alois, was was born from an illicit relationship between an Austrian member of the prominent Jewish Rothschild family and a non-Jewish servant, Hitler’s grandmother.
While these and other similar theories were circulated during the dictator’s lifetime, there is also evidence of a known connection to Hitler and a convicted war criminal, Hans Frankwho led the Nazi government in Poland and was executed at the end of the war in 1946. In his memoirs, published after his death, Frank claims that in the late 1930s, Hitler showed him a letter from the dictator’s nephew who extorted him by threatening to reveal that the Fuhrer had Jewish blood.
Similarly, Frank claims that Hitler himself initiated a covert investigation into his origins, which established that his paternal grandmother, Maria Anna Schicklgruberbecame pregnant by Hitler’s father Alois, who was born illegitimate in 1837, while her grandmother worked as a cook in the family’s home. Jewish Austrian Frankenberger family. In the baptismal documents, the place reserved for the name of Father Alois is empty.
According to this version, Hitler’s grandfather was supposed to be a member of the Frankenberger family, and in fact this family regularly paid a scholarship to his grandmother until Hitler’s father was 14 years old. Frank added that he saw correspondence between Hitler’s grandmother and the Frankenberger family confirming this version.
Despite the outrage caused in Israel, the Russian Lavrov did not correct his statements
Historians have relentlessly studied this version, including Jewish historians, in search of documents to support or refute it, but the lack of conclusive evidence makes it a theory that, despite circulating for many years, has never been substantiated. What is known so far not final neither one nor the other. That is, to this day it is not known with absolute certainty whether Hitler had Jewish blood or not.
Despite the outrage caused in Israel, Russian Lavrov did not correct his statements. On Thursday the Prime Minister Naftali Bennet phoned the president Vladimir Putin. According to a statement from Bennett’s office, Putin apologized for Lavrov’s claims of Hitler’s alleged “Jewish blood”, but in a simultaneous statement from Kremlin there is no hint of this mess. On Friday, the Kremlin said it was refusing to confirm or deny Bennett’s claim.
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