Since messianic rabbi Jonathan Cahn authored the No. 1 New York Times-bestselling book, “The Harbinger” in 2012, he’s been accused of many things by detractors – from promoting Mormonism to Free Masonry to Kabbala, the prosperity gospel and replacement theology. But a man claiming to be a former Palestinian terrorist turned Christian offers up the ultimate attack on the son of a Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany – alleging that Cahn’s popular theory about the impact of the biblical Shemitah is judgment by God “supports Adolph Hitler.”

Walid Shoebat’s latest angry rant against Cahn, whose recent book, “The Mystery of the Shemitah,” is also riding high on the New York Times bestsellers list, is titled: “The Shemitah Theory Written By Jonathan Cahn Supports Adolph Hitler.” Shoebat claims that the pattern of U.S. stock market crashes at the end of the seven-year Shemitah cycles cited by Cahn, which have been documented by statisticians and are the buzz of Wall Street in the current downturn, would suggest another downturn that occurred after the end of World War II was a judgment by God against America for its victory against Hitler. Cahn has never made any such claim. FULL REPORT