Muslim Clerics learn Zionist Holocaust Narrative


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Zionist leaders are in panic knowing that more and more people are questioning their Holocaust narrative (six million Jews killed by Nazis). They intend to blame Muslim leaders like Presidents Dr. Ahmadinejad of Iran and Dr. Morsi of Egypt, for the delegitimization of Holocaust.

Vitor Thorn, investigative journalist and author of 30 books, in an interview with American Free Press, while discussing his latest book, ‘The Holocaust Hoax Exposed‘, said: “The holocaust industry has become a tyrannical dictatorship that incessantly manipulates, distorts, marginalizes and manufactures false conclusions to prop up their sinking ship. By taking their hysterical obsessions to psychopathic levels, the charlatans behind this ruse make it glaringly apparent how weak the foundation of their argument is.”

Last week, Jewish professor Marshall Berger (Catholic Universty) lead a group of Muslim clerics from the US, Bosnia, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Indonesia, on a fully-paid trip (May 18-24) to Auschwitz to learn Jewish persecution uner Nazi regime. The trip was part of an interfaith dialogue – and sponsored by Jewish organizations and the US government. In 2010, Marshall Berger along with Rabbi Jack Bemporad arranged a similar trip to Auschwitz (Poland) for some naive Muslim cleric and community leaders.

I bet my Canadian Lonney Marshall Berger or Rabbi Jack Bemporad will not dare to take some Catholic clergymen or those Muslim clerics on an “all-paid” trip to Israel, to learn first hand how their fellow Christians and Muslims are being exterminated by the so-called “victims of Nazi era”.

Christopher Hitchens, one of Britian’s top Islamophobic writers, though claimed to be an atheist, kept a soft spot for the Zionist entity. A few years before his death, he learned “by accident” that his real mother was Jewish. Hitchens wrote for LA Times (May 20, 2001): “While in the United States, protected as it’s by the Ist Ammendment, the Holocaust has become a secular religion, with state support in the form of national museum. Accusations of ill will or bad faith are often made against anyone with reservations about the elevation of this project into something combining a cult, an entertainment source and an industry, each claiming to represent the unvoiced dead.”

American Jewish academic and author, Norman Finkelstein, quotes Israeli writer Boas Evron in his book, ‘The Holocaust Industry’, saying: “The memory of Nazi extermination is a powerful tool in the hands of Israeli leadership and Jews abroad“.

“For Anti Defamation League (ADL) head Abraham Foxman, the Holocaust ‘was not simply one example of genocide but a near successful attempt on the life of God’s chosen children and, thus, on God himself’. And Elie Wiesel is no less vehement that Jews are unique than he is about the uniqueness of the Holocaust: ‘Everything about us is different’,” says Finkelstein.

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