Asked one expert: “Can he write, ‘Well, I went and I didn’t see anybody being killed’ or, ‘These gas chambers were incapable of killing someone?’”
A Trump appointee said that Joseph Sobran — who had been fired from magazines at least twice for anti-Semitic views — was “a national treasure.”
Students at Manchester University want the institution to remove or label library books written by Holocaust denier David Irving.
The head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany praised the new law.
Henry Herskovitz, a board member of Deir Yassin Remembered, says the “hate group” label is part of an effort to silence them.
Leaked Facebook guidelines reveal its moderators only remove Holocaust denial content in countries where the company risks legal retribution.
Leading Holocaust denier David Irving is the first result in a Google search for “holocaust historian.”
Historian Deborah Lipstadt’s April talk on Holocaust denial has garnered more than 100,000 views since it was posted on the TED Web site.
As remaining Holocaust survivors pass away, this White House’s utter disrespect towards the Jewish-focused ethnic cleansing that was the Holocaust becomes more powerful and more dangerous.
Back in February, the right-wing Jewish website Dreuz reported on an unprecedented meeting: The Confederation Of French Jews And Friends Of Israel, it disclosed, had recently met with Louis Alliot, the vice president of France’s National Front party.