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If Irving was tried and condemned for his viewpoints who would try our intellectuals, officials and clergymen who individually or collectively deny the human massacres which occurred in the Arab region such as Darfur in Sudan, Halabjah and al-Dijīl in Iraq.
The author of the article presents intellectuals’ views questioning the Holocaust.
The article reports the release of the British historian David Irving, charged with denying the Holocaust.
The article claims that the West uses double standards in dealing with Arab and Muslim countries, and that this became clear with the Prophet Muhammad cartoon crisis.
Jeff Jacoby argues that though his grandparents, aunts and uncles died at Auschwitz, Austria is committing a grave error by imprisoning David Irving for Holocaust denial, since freedom for the thought we hate, is the true test of freedom of thought.
Five–day visit of Prof. Dr. van Agt to Egypt in support of the development of CAWU. The real test of freedom of thought. The Holocaust denial of David Irving.
The author notes that it is contradictory for Jews to oppose anti-Semitism so strongly, while some of them practice injustice toward their Palestinian neighbors.
The author writes on the punishment received by the British historian David Irving and London Mayor Ken Livingstone for offending Jews, saying that this proves that freedom of expression in Europe is not as absolute as one might imagine.
Western double standards are exposed. Attacking and defamation against Islam, in which 1.3 billion people over the world believe, has become the objective of many westerner politicians and intellectuals. While any one who approaches the Jews will be accused of being anti-Semitic.
The article is a commentary on the book Muhraqāt al-Yahoud [The Jewish Holocaust] authored by Dr. Louīsت؟Awad, professor of English literature. Dr. ت؟Awad’s book is based on the idea that one can acknowledge the Holocaust without seeing it as a pretext for the brutal...


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