Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Holocaust Silliness from Iran

It would appear that the world's greatest Holocaust denier is engaging in some semantic silliness. According to Breitbart News, Iran is calling on Europe to provide proof of the Holocaust perpetrated against European Jews by the Nazis during World War II. According to the report,
An Iranian government-sponsored body set up to probe the veracity of the Holocaust has challenged Europe to hand over documents about the mass slaughter of Jews in World War II. Mohammad Ali Ramin, the head of the "World Holocaust Foundation" created after Iran's controversial Holocaust conference last year, said Austria, Germany and Poland in particular should supply documents.

Proof? Sure. Dachau, Auschwitz, etc. Also, the records of the Nuremburg trials, the writings of Adolph Hitler regarding his intentions vis-a-vis the Jewish population of Europe. These are all easily accessible to the public, Mr. Ali Ramin. And I am sure Europe would be happy to help you out. Just as soon as your president supplies proof of his own, less credible claims that the Holocaust never happened. As previously mentioned, evidence is extant in Dachau, Auschwitz, and plenty of other places that is far more convincing than documents read by a group of international scalawags and in some cases, criminals (David Dukes???) at an Iranian Holocaust-denying conference.

Of course, we also wait for Muslim explanations of the support given Hitler's 'Final Solution" by the Grand Mufti Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini of Jerusalem. I'm sure that such eager studens of truth such as President Ahmadinejad and Mr. Ali Ramin would be happy to comply. Once that is satisfactorily explained, then I am sure that Europe would be happy to give Mr. Ramin and Mr. Ahmadinejad access to the sites and archives of the Holocaust.

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