Arabic language pages and accounts circulated a video of a speech by the Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler, in which he was said to call for the killing of all Jews.
It is true that Hitler pursued a hostile policy against the Jews in Europe, which resulted in the killing of many of them in the Nazi Holocausts in the first half of the twentieth century, but this particular passage in circulation does not mention the Jews, but rather talks about the elections, and the accompanying translation is fabricated.
The clip shows Adolf Hitler giving an emotional speech.
The clip was accompanied by a translation that said, “I do not want the descendants of the Jews on earth… Kill their young and old… This descendant came out to destroy humanity.”
Hitler pursued a systematic policy of eliminating Jews in Nazi death camps. Aging Holocaust survivors still tell horrifying details of the horrors they experienced in those concentration camps, which were dismantled after Germany’s defeat in World War II in 1945.
However, in this particular clip, Hitler did not mention the Jews. According to German-speaking journalists from Agence France-Presse, Hitler addressed the issue of elections in this speech before the outbreak of World War II.
Hitler says in this speech published on historical pages on the Internet: “If you think that I am working hard, and that I have spent my time in a useful way in serving my people, then vote now. If the answer is yes, stand by me as I stood by you.”
In this passage, Hitler does not mention the Jews, and the accompanying translation is incorrect.