Dubai-based excercise club, Circuit Factory, in Al-Quoz, has been slammed by Jewish groups for using Holocaust images on its promotional poster. The poster in question shows the image of Auschwitz labor camp with the slogan “Kiss your calories goodbye“.

Phil Parkinson, the founder of the Circuit Factory has removed the ad from its Facebook page. However, he claims the company had seen a surge in visits after attracting criticism for the controversial poster.

The Zionist Lobby claims that German Nazis murdered four million Jews at the Auschwitz camp. However, no reputable historian, not even those who generally accept the extermination story, believes this figure. Israeli Holocaust historian Yehuda Bauer said in 1989 that it is time to finally acknowledge the familiar four million figure is a deliberate myth. In July 1990 the Auschwitz State Museum in Poland, along with Israel’s Yad Vashem Holocaust Center, suddenly announced that altogether perhaps one million people (both Jews and non-Jews) died there. Neither institution would say how many of these people were killed, nor were any estimates given of the numbers of those supposedly gassed.

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