@Karenin youre the nazi historian so you must confirm if this is real
Did you know that a Zionist paramilitary group was allowed to operate in Nazi Germany?
Yes, it was the Betar movement (or Beitar movement).
The activities of this movement were allowed by Nazi authorities. There were 40 Betar training military camps (umschulungsläger) in Nazi Germany.
In fact, the Nazi authorities were in favor of Zionism, because it would have removed the Jews from Europe with the birth of a Jewish state.
Brief history of the Beitar:
The Beitar was a revisionist Zionist movement born in Latvia by the Russian Jew Jabotinsky.
Jabotinsky was one of the most important Zionists. Today in Israel you can find streets, universities, statue, etc. in honour of him.
The Beitar movement was like a fascist movement. The betarists (betarim) had a Nazi-like salute (Tel Hai!), they used the color brown for their uniforms (like the Nazis), they were anti-communists, they were very nationalistic and their leader had a nickname similar to that of fascist leaders (Rosh Beitar).