According to a report by anti-Semitism monitoring associations, Global Muslim Brotherhood and Turkish-government connected organizations were involved in orchestrating anti-Semitic protests in Germany during violent Israeli-Palestinian altercations in May of this year. According to the Algemeiner article:
November 25, 2021: The more than 200 antisemitic outrages that occurred in Germany during the two-week conflict between Israel and the Palestinian terrorist Hamas organization last May have “nothing to do with legitimate criticism of Israel” and were fueled by a “new antisemitism,” the head of Germany’s Jewish community said this week.[…]
The joint report by RIAS, a federal association monitoring antisemitism, and IIBSA, a research institute focused on antisemitism, provided a comprehensive picture of what the newspaper Taggespiegel called “the eruption of antisemitic hatred that shook the republic.”[…]
Critically, the report named several Islamist organizations and individuals charged with orchestrating the antisemitic incitement. These included some Turkish diaspora organizations closely linked with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s AKP Party, such as Milli Gorus, an Islamist group. Diyanet, the Turkish state’s Directorate of Religious Affairs, and the “Grey Wolves,” a far-right terrorist group, were also cited as influencing factors.[…]
Also named were German neo-Nazis, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and the Palestinian Community in Germany (PGD) organization, which has been classified by the federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution as a German affiliate of Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.
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The German-language report notes that during the protests, the supporters of the Millî Görüş movement cooperated with a group promoted by the Palestinian Community in Germany, which the German domestic intelligence agency has classified as an affiliate of Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. The report also mentions that the Diyanet, a Turkish-state institution involved in sending mams to Germany, called Jerusalem an “Islamic land,” Israel a “baby killer,” and said that Zionist Jews and evangelical Christians were working together to put the world in a state of war.
Millî Görüş is a Turkish political movement whose aim is to transform Turkey into an Islamic state. The movement was founded in 1969 by former Turkish Prime Minister Necmettin Erbakan, who, until his death, headed the Islamist Felicity Party in Turkey.