And the beat goes on…….

The recent statements eminating from the Middle-East, are of the same caliber as what one would expect to hear from a David Irving or Robert Faurisson. I mentioned ealier that ”Just what do you think they discuss at these meetings of the Arab League and of Muslim states?” Its going to be interesting to see whether or not the US, Europe or anyother region for that matter will even bother to address this growing phenomenon of Islamic Holocaust denial. I maintain that its what many in the Islamic world (Palestinian PM Mahmoud Abbas)have believed for a long time, its only now that they’re becoming more emboldened to speak openly about it……why now?

On December 26, 2005, Dr. Abdullah Muhammad Sindi, a Saudi professor of political science who has taught at King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia, at two American universities (the University of California in Irvine and California State University at Pomona) and at two American colleges (Cerritos College and Fullerton College) gave an interview to the Iranian Mehr News Agency. In it, he expressed his support for Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s recent statements regarding the Holocaust.

So now we have on record the following important Muslims who deny the Jewish Holocaust –

  1. Mahmoud Ahmadinjad – President of Iran
  2. Mahmoud Abbas – Palestinian PM of the Palestinian Authority
  3. Dr. Abdullah Muhammed Sindi – Saudi Professor of political science
  4. Roger Garaudy, a French convert to Islam
  5. Sheikh Adel Bin Ahmad Bana’ma – Saudi religious authority speaking at a Jeddah mosque
  6. Sheikh Ibrahim Mahdi – Palestinian religious leader
  7. Mohammed Ennacer Latrèche – Founded the French Party (Parti des Musulmans de France)
  8. Muhammad Salmawi – editor of the Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram Hebdo
  9. Muhammad Khalil – one of the newspaper Al-Ahram’s correspondents
  10. Dr. Yousef Ziedan – Alexandria library museum director

The ADL reports that on Jan. 19, 1998, “about 70 Palestinian professors, journalists and religious leaders protested in front of a French cultural centre in support of Garaudy. The Islamic Human Rights Commission, an Iranian activist group, and Al-Khaleej, a United Arab Emirates paper, also defended Garaudy.”

Please add to the list if you know of more. KGS

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.