There are parallels between Islam and Nazism that we are taught to ignore because it does not conform with the tolerance level we have all been taught. Schools have been teaching students for 30 years to be tolerant of others of different religions, races and lifestyles. Some schools have taken the Holocaust out of their curriculum because it offends Muslims. Fascist Islam however is ignored, as are the likenesses between the two ideologies.
The Nazi movement was based on the fact that some people were better than others. Led by Adolph Hitler, it operated under the theory that there was a master race of people that could conquer others. This was based on physical appearance. Although he did not fit the bill himself, Hitler wanted a master race of blue eyed blonds. There was no tolerance for anyone who did not fit into this ideal. Fascist Islam also preaches no tolerance for those who are not Muslims. This is one example of the relationship between Islam and Nazism.
Like the Nazis, the Jews are the target of Fascist Islam. Unlike Nazism, Christians, Buddhists, Hindus and any other religion that is not Islam are also the target for radical Islamists who are taught, according to the Koran, to exterminate anyone not of their belief. Israel has long since been a thorn in the Middle East and terrorist attacks against the country are not uncommon. Islamic leaders have renounced Israel and do not speak up strongly against the attacks. The President of Iran, a radical Islamic country, has even stated that he wishes to blow the country off the map. Anti Jewish rhetoric and the desire to kill Jews is another parallel to Islam and Nazism.
Like the Nazis, Fascist Islam followers prohibit freedom for groups other than their own. In some Islamic countries, other churches are not permitted to exist, as is the case with Saudi Arabia, the worst offender when it comes to Fascist Islam and who operate under the guise of being a friend to the United States. Whereas in western countries, Mosques are welcome, such is not the case in some Fascist Islam countries.
Islam and Nazism are very similar to one another, although it is not politically correct to make the comparison in the Western world, especially in the United States and the European Union as most people in these countries have been taught to be tolerant of different beliefs other than their own. Even after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, when those in Fascist Islam countries were filmed celebrating in the streets, comparisons between Islam and Nazism were considered extremist views. The rhetoric regarding Jews, Christians and westerns that is similar to the rhetoric spawned by the Nazis is ignored and any comparisons to Islam and Nazism are swept under the carpet as Western countries continue to try to make peace with those who are practicing Fascist Islam.
Despite terror attacks that still persist today, the West continues to ignore Islamic extremism that urges the extermination of anyone who is not of this faith.