On March 20, 2014, Abraham Foxman, the head of Jewish lobby Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in a statement claimed that Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei in his Nowruz (Persian New Year) message denounced Western nations that view “freedom” of speech as their “red line” yet impose restrictions on discussing the Holocaust.
“It is no accident that Iran’s Supreme Leader chose his major national address of the year to question if the Holocaust happened. His message is that despite the ongoing nuclear negotiations, Iran is holding strong to its radical ideology, including denial of the Holocaust, and other extremist anti-Semitic and anti-Israel views as well as their ongoing support for world terror as evidenced by the recent Israeli seizure of Iranian weapons destined for the Gaza Strip,” said Foxman.
I know it’s a waste of time to argue with a professional Hasbara liar like Foxman. The English translation of Khamenei’s Nowruz message posted on Supreme Leader’s website doesn’t mention Holocaust, Israel, Zionism or even the so-called “Western freedom of speech“.
However, on the next day (March 21), Ayatullah Khamenei, addressing thousands of pilgrims in the shrine of the 8th Imam of Shiites, Hazrat Ali Ibn Moussa al-Reza did say that the world community realities do not go with the US wishes.
Iranian president Sheikh Hassan Rouhani in his Nowruz message did not mention Jews, Holocaust or Israel. In September 2013, the Jewish Lobby lied that Rouhani rejects his predecessor, Dr. Ahmadinejad’s Holocaust denial, which was another Israeli Hasbara lie.
Iranian foreign minister Dr. Mohammad-Javad Zarif, who believes in Nazis persecution of Christians, Gypsies and Jews, but not the SIX MILLION myth, did not mention any of Foxman’s allegations in his Nowruz message.
Dr. Ahmadinejad was not the first Muslim leader who questioned the Zionist narrative of Holocaust. There are hundreds of rabbis, Jewish and Christian historians, writers and bloggers who deny the ‘Six Million’ story.
British Jewish writer, Paul Eisen, who calls himself a “Holocaust denier”, said: “It’s understandable that Jews might believe that their suffering is greater, more mysterious and meaningful than that of any other people. It’s even understandable that Jews might feel that their suffering can justify the oppression of another (Palestinian) people. What is harder to understand is why the rest of the world has gone along with it.” Read more here.
Israeli Zionist author Barry Chamish has recently claimed that Frankist Jews helped Nazis in the mass killing of Jews in Europe.
Last year, veteran British journalist and author, Alan Hart, who believes mass-killing of Jews by the Nazis, wrote: “I never use the term The Holocaust (neither a capital T for the definitive article nor a capital H for the noun) in any reference I make to the fate of Jews in Nazi Germany and Nazi occupied Europe. Why not? The holocaust experience – being the victims of genocide – is not a uniquely Jewish experience as Zionism wants and needs the world to believe, and as the capital letters (used by the mainstream media to avoid offending Zionism) imply it to be. Since the obscenity of the Nazi holocaust there have been more than 70 other genocides and there were more than a few before it – the elimination of most of the native Indians of America, for example.”
In Dece2013, Bronius Bradauskas, chairman of the Lithuanian Parliamentary Committee on Budget and Finance, said that Jews use Holocaust myth to milk more money from European nations.
Nowruz or the arrival of spring, is the beginning of the New Year in the ancient Persian calendar. The people in Iran, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Turkey, India, Albania, Iraq – and Iranian communities around the world celebrate this 13-day event. In 2010, the United Nations recognized International Nowruz Day. This year, two Iran haters, Barack Obama and Shimon Peres sent Nowruz message to Iranian, reminding them that in order to join the so-called “international community”, they got to accept the Zionist domination of the Middle East.