Thursday, December 22, 2005

Head of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leader calls holocaust a myth

And (see previous post) while we're on the subject of the holocaust, I came across this article on al-Jazeera this afternoon.

The head of the Muslim Brotherhood, the main opposition force in Egypt's parliament, has echoed Iran's president in describing the Holocaust as a myth.

"Western democracy has attacked everyone who does not share the vision of the sons of Zion as far as the myth of the Holocaust is concerned," Mohamed Akef said in a statement on Thursday.

"American democracy ... steers the world into the American orbit delineated by the sons of Zion, so that everyone must wear the Stars and Stripes hat and keep away from the Zionist foster child," he wrote in his weekly statement.

Also this afternoon, this AP article reports on the December 15 death of Dr. Heinrich Gross, an Austrian psychiatrist who'd been accused of taking part in Nazi atrocities and "experiments" at a clinic in the early 1940s.

Besides concentration and death camps, inhumane "research" on people was another evil manifestation of the holocaust, which of course Mohamed Akef says never occurred.

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