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In Iran meet, UN chief denounces threats to destroy Israel, Holocaust denial – Video



In Iran meet, UN chief denounces threats to destroy Israel, Holocaust denial
Remarks by Ban Ki-Moon at NAM conference opening day come following Iranian Supreme Leader's harsh attack on suppression of Palestinians by 'ferocious Zionis…

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Italian senators pass bill criminalizing denial of genocides

February 13, 2015 – 11:29 AMT

PanARMENIAN.Net – Italian senators voted this week in favor of a bill criminalizing the denial of the Holocaust and other genocides, following changes to the proposed law to protect freedom of speech, Asbarez reported, citing Italian news agency The Local.

A total of 234 senators voted for the bill, while eight abstained and three voted against the legislation, which supposes a three-year sentence for promoting, inciting or committing acts of racial discrimination based in part or entirely on the denial of genocide. Crimes against humanity and war crimes are also covered in the bill, which now needs to pass through Italys lower house before it can become law.

The Senate vote follows revisions which lawmakers say ensure freedom of speech and the freedom to study are upheld.

Senator Giuseppe Lumia, part of the justice committee, said the vote marked a turning point in Italy. Denying the Holocaust and genocides will be punished as in so many other countries, he was quoted as saying.

France and Germany are among the European states which have criminalized Holocaust denial. A British bishop was in 2013 convicted of the crime, after giving an interview to Swedish television in which he questioned the number of Jews killed in Nazi concentration camps.

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Holocaust Denial | Southern Poverty Law Center

Deniers of the Holocaust, the systematic murder of around 6 million Jews in World War II, either deny that such a genocide took place or minimize its extent. These groups (and individuals) often cloak themselves in the sober language of serious scholarship, call themselves historical revisionists instead of deniers, and accuse their critics of trying to squelch open-minded inquiries into historical truth.

The deniers claims run a gamut. Some say that most Jews were the victims of disease and other privations, or died in much the same way that other casualties of a huge and horrific war did. Some say that the gas chambers did not exist, or were only used to delouse prisoners, or could not possibly have killed as many victims as mainstream historians have asserted, and many suggest that the gas chambers were built after the war as a way extracting reparations from the Germans. The main purpose of Holocaust denial has been to rehabilitate the German Nazis image as part of a bid to make the ideology of national socialism more acceptable.

David Irving, a British writer who is the worlds best-known denier, sued an American scholar for calling him a denier but suffered a devastating defeat in 2000, when a British judge concluded that Irving had selectively edited the facts in his books as part of his pro-Nazi, pro-Hitler and anti-Jewish ideology.

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Iranian Groups Challenge West With Holocaust-Denial …

A cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad on the latest cover of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has been denounced in Iran, where two organizations say they are challenging the Wests commitment to free speech with a cartoon contest aimed at questioning the Holocaust.

The contest follows the release of the January 14 issue of Charlie Hebdo — the first since the January 7 massacre at its Paris office that left a dozen dead — that featured a cover showing Muhammad crying while holding a sign that reads: Je Suis Charlie, a rallying cry for the magazines supporters.

The contest organizers, House of Cartoon and the Sarcheshmeh Cultural Center, say that by questioning the Holocaust, which they dont recognize as a historical fact, they aim to demonstrate that Western countries have double standards when it comes to freedom of expression.

If freedom of expression knows no boundary, the issue of the Holocaust must also be critically and freely reviewed, the Sarcheshmeh center said in its announcement of the contest last week.

Masud Shojaei Tabatabaei, the contests administrator who is also the head of House of Cartoon, was quoted by Iranian media as saying that the West is sensitive about the Holocaust.

Therefore, we decided to use it to confront them, he was quoted as saying.

Shojaei Tabatabaei added that the April 1 deadline for contestants to submit their entries was chosen intentionally.

April 1 is called the day of the big lie. The Holocaust is also a big lie [created] by the Zionists to occupy Palestine, he said.

The contests organizers are offering cash prizes ranging from $5,000 to $12,000 for the top three entries.

It is the second time that a cartoon contest focused on Holocaust denial is being organized in Iran.

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Iran: Holocaust cartoon competition launched in Charlie Hebdo backlash

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Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has denounced the attack in Paris, but many Muslims remain angry at the satirical depiction of the Prophet Mohammad.

Two Iranian institutions have launched a cartoon competition centred on the theme of Holocaust denial following outrage over those published by Charlie Hebdo.

Iran’s House of Cartoon and the Sarcheshmeh Cultural Complex are offering a $12,000 prize to the winner, with $8,000 and $5,000 for the two runners up.

It is the second time the competition has been held; the first was in response to Danish newspaper Jyllands-Postens publishing cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in 2006.

“Why is it acceptable in Western countries to draw any caricature of the Prophet Muhammad, yet as soon as there are any questions or doubts raised about the Holocaust, fines and jail sentences are handed down?” Shojaei-Tabatabaii, director of the House of Cartoon, said at the time.

“It is surprising that they allow disrespect toward different religions with insulting pictures and there is no reaction to them in the West, but when people question the Holocaust, they adopt such a stance toward it.

“The freedom of speech that the Westerners talk about is nothing more than a slogan.”

17 journalists were killed by jihadists at the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on 7 January in Paris in retaliation of cartoons featuring the Muslim Prophet. The murders sparked debates about the freedom of speech and the right to satirise religion.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani denounced the attack, saying: “Those who kill and carry out violent and extremist acts unjustly in the name of jihad, religion or Islam provoke Islamophobia whether they wish it or not”.

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Victimology Pathology Miami, FL BLOG: http://libertarianrealist.blogspot.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/GetRealist German ex-lawyer convicted of Holocaust denial in Munich http://www.stripes.com/news/europe/german-e… By: Libertarian Realist

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In Iran meet, UN chief denounces threats to destroy Israel, Holocaust denial – Video




In Iran meet, UN chief denounces threats to destroy Israel, Holocaust denial Remarks by Ban Ki-Moon at NAM conference opening day come following Iranian Supreme Leader's harsh attack on suppression of Palestinians by'ferocious Zionis… By: Haaretz.com

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Italian senators pass bill criminalizing denial of genocides

February 13, 2015 – 11:29 AMT PanARMENIAN.Net – Italian senators voted this week in favor of a bill criminalizing the denial of the Holocaust and other genocides, following changes to the proposed law to protect freedom of speech, Asbarez reported, citing Italian news agency The Local. A total of 234 senators voted for the bill, while eight abstained and three voted against the legislation, which supposes a three-year sentence for promoting, inciting or committing acts of racial discrimination based in part or entirely on the denial of genocide. Crimes against humanity and war crimes are also covered in the bill, which now needs to pass through Italys lower house before it can become law. The Senate vote follows revisions which lawmakers say ensure freedom of speech and the freedom to study are upheld. Senator Giuseppe Lumia, part of the justice committee, said the vote marked a turning point in Italy. Denying the Holocaust and genocides will be punished as in so many other countries, he was quoted as saying. France and Germany are among the European states which have criminalized Holocaust denial. A British bishop was in 2013 convicted of the crime, after giving an interview to Swedish television in which he questioned the number of Jews killed in Nazi concentration camps.

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Holocaust Denial | Southern Poverty Law Center

Deniers of the Holocaust, the systematic murder of around 6 million Jews in World War II, either deny that such a genocide took place or minimize its extent. These groups (and individuals) often cloak themselves in the sober language of serious scholarship, call themselves historical revisionists instead of deniers, and accuse their critics of trying to squelch open-minded inquiries into historical truth. The deniers claims run a gamut. Some say that most Jews were the victims of disease and other privations, or died in much the same way that other casualties of a huge and horrific war did. Some say that the gas chambers did not exist, or were only used to delouse prisoners, or could not possibly have killed as many victims as mainstream historians have asserted, and many suggest that the gas chambers were built after the war as a way extracting reparations from the Germans. The main purpose of Holocaust denial has been to rehabilitate the German Nazis image as part of a bid to make the ideology of national socialism more acceptable. David Irving, a British writer who is the worlds best-known denier, sued an American scholar for calling him a denier but suffered a devastating defeat in 2000, when a British judge concluded that Irving had selectively edited the facts in his books as part of his pro-Nazi, pro-Hitler and anti-Jewish ideology.

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Iranian Groups Challenge West With Holocaust-Denial …

A cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad on the latest cover of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has been denounced in Iran, where two organizations say they are challenging the Wests commitment to free speech with a cartoon contest aimed at questioning the Holocaust. The contest follows the release of the January 14 issue of Charlie Hebdo — the first since the January 7 massacre at its Paris office that left a dozen dead — that featured a cover showing Muhammad crying while holding a sign that reads: Je Suis Charlie, a rallying cry for the magazines supporters. The contest organizers, House of Cartoon and the Sarcheshmeh Cultural Center, say that by questioning the Holocaust, which they dont recognize as a historical fact, they aim to demonstrate that Western countries have double standards when it comes to freedom of expression. If freedom of expression knows no boundary, the issue of the Holocaust must also be critically and freely reviewed, the Sarcheshmeh center said in its announcement of the contest last week. Masud Shojaei Tabatabaei, the contests administrator who is also the head of House of Cartoon, was quoted by Iranian media as saying that the West is sensitive about the Holocaust. Therefore, we decided to use it to confront them, he was quoted as saying. Shojaei Tabatabaei added that the April 1 deadline for contestants to submit their entries was chosen intentionally. April 1 is called the day of the big lie. The Holocaust is also a big lie [created] by the Zionists to occupy Palestine, he said. The contests organizers are offering cash prizes ranging from $5,000 to $12,000 for the top three entries. It is the second time that a cartoon contest focused on Holocaust denial is being organized in Iran.

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Iran: Holocaust cartoon competition launched in Charlie Hebdo backlash

Reuters Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has denounced the attack in Paris, but many Muslims remain angry at the satirical depiction of the Prophet Mohammad. Two Iranian institutions have launched a cartoon competition centred on the theme of Holocaust denial following outrage over those published by Charlie Hebdo. Iran’s House of Cartoon and the Sarcheshmeh Cultural Complex are offering a $12,000 prize to the winner, with $8,000 and $5,000 for the two runners up. It is the second time the competition has been held; the first was in response to Danish newspaper Jyllands-Postens publishing cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in 2006. “Why is it acceptable in Western countries to draw any caricature of the Prophet Muhammad, yet as soon as there are any questions or doubts raised about the Holocaust, fines and jail sentences are handed down?” Shojaei-Tabatabaii, director of the House of Cartoon, said at the time. “It is surprising that they allow disrespect toward different religions with insulting pictures and there is no reaction to them in the West, but when people question the Holocaust, they adopt such a stance toward it. “The freedom of speech that the Westerners talk about is nothing more than a slogan.” 17 journalists were killed by jihadists at the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on 7 January in Paris in retaliation of cartoons featuring the Muslim Prophet. The murders sparked debates about the freedom of speech and the right to satirise religion. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani denounced the attack, saying: “Those who kill and carry out violent and extremist acts unjustly in the name of jihad, religion or Islam provoke Islamophobia whether they wish it or not”.

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