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The author David Irving yesterday denied in the high court that the Nazis used gas chambers to murder millions of Jews during the second world war. The alleged Nazi apologist is suing for libel over a book that called him a "Holocaust denier" and his claim came as he entered the witness box on the second day of the trial. Mr Irving said it was logistically impossible for millions of people to have been gassed to death, and denied that the Holocaust had been "systematic" or ordered by the Third Reich's leadership. He is taking legal action over a book, Denying the Holocaust: the Growing Assault on Truth and Memory, which he says ruined his career.
Iran President: Holocaust A Myth
The World Is Full of Holocaust Deniers - The Atlantic
Despite overwhelming evidence and an admission and apology from Germany decades ago, revisionists continue to claim that nearly 6 million Jews were not killed by Nazis during the Holocaust. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, for one, has called the Holocaust a "myth" and suggested that Germany and other European countries, rather than Palestine, provide land for a Jewish state. Unlike Ahmadinejad, most revisionists do not deny that Jews were interned in prison camps during World War II; rather, they argue that the number of deaths was greatly exaggerated. And the photographs of emaciated and dying Jews? Attorney Edgar J.
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Holocaust Facts: Where Does the Figure of 6 Million Victims Come From?
They are known to everyone but themselves as Holocaust deniers. Common denial assertions are: that the murder of six million Jews during World War II never occurred; that the Nazis had no official policy or intention to exterminate the Jews; and that the poison gas chambers in Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp never existed. A newer trend is the distortion of the facts of the Holocaust. Common distortions include, for example, assertions that: the figure of six million Jewish deaths is an exaggeration; deaths in the concentration camps were the results of disease or starvation but not policy; and that the diary of Anne Frank is a forgery.
Battling the 'homosexual agenda,' the hard-line religious right has made a series of incendiary claims. But they're just not true. Ever since born-again singer and orange juice pitchwoman Anita Bryant helped kick off the contemporary anti-gay movement some 40 years ago, hard-line elements of the religious right have been searching for ways to demonize gay people — or, at a minimum, to find arguments that will prevent their normalization in society.