fredag 13 april 2018


Några exempel från MEMRI:

Egyptian Journalist Dr. Hoda Zakariya: The Scope of the Holocaust Is Just a Rumor
Egyptian journalist Dr. Hoda Zakariya, a lecturer on political sociology, said that while "there was some persecution of the Jews by Hitler," the scope of the Holocaust is a "well-known historical rumor." Speaking on the Egyptian DMC TV channel on February 7, she complained that if you "made the mistake" of questioning the number of victims, while in the U.S., you would face trial in the morning, and that "Germany, which is considered the venue of the Holocaust, is footing the bill... several times over, to Israel."

Holocaust Denial on PA TV - Palestinian Writer Hani Abu Zeid: The Jews Colluded with Hitler in the "False Holocaust"
During an interview on the official Palestinian Authority TV channel, Palestinian writer and political analyst Hani Abu Zeid said that "They used to cry about the false Holocaust in the days of Hitler, the scope of which was not that large." The TV host added that it was "a lie that they spread worldwide," and Abu Zeid agreed, saying: "Yes, it was a lie, and many Israelis, or many Jews, colluded with Hitler, so that he would facilitate the bringing of settlers to Palestine." The interview aired on April 10.

Saudi Scholar Saad ibn Abdullah Al-Humayd: What Is Written in "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" Is Translated into Reality
Saudi scholar Sheikh Saad ibn Abdullah Al-Humayd said that although we have no proof of the authenticity of "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," the films produced by Hollywood and "the feverish competition meant to preoccupy people with the arts, with sports, with theater, and with film" is evidence that "The Protocols" are being implemented in reality. "Who sponsors this and takes care of this? It is the handiwork of the Jews and of Jewish capital," concluded Sheikh Al-Humayd, who is Professor of Hadith ٍStudies at King Saud University, Riyadh. The interview aired on the Saudi Wesal TV channel on March 21.

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