Holocaust Hoax to be Hammered at Upcoming Conference in Iran
Posted on: 2006-09-23 20:35:41

The Jews’ greatest lie ever – the mythical ‘six million’ which are as imaginary as their other ‘WMDs in Iraq’ lie, is set to be systematically demolished at the world’s first conference devoted specifically to the topic to be held in Teheran, Iran, on 11 and 12 December 2006.

Below: In 1999 the Simon Wiesenthal Center published on its website a photograph (below right) with this caption: "As these prisoners were being processed for slave labor, many of their friends and families were being gassed and burned in the ovens in the crematoria. The smoke can be seen in the background. June 1944".

The original picture, however, is on the left: it shows May 1944 new camp arrivals at Auschwitz. (From Auschwitz Album 1978, 1st edition, Beate Klarsfeld Foundation, New York, 1978), photo No. 165.). Note the cosmetically improved version on the Wiesenthal web site: Suddenly there is distant smoke in the background behind the fence-posts, poles and new arrivals. Caught out in this blatant forgery, the Wiesenthal Centre withdrew their faked picture from their web site in 2000….  Is it any wonder that increasing numbers of people from all around the world are beginning to see through the Jews’ lies?

With the support of the Iranian government, the Institute for Political & International Studies (IPIS) in that country has issued a call for papers to be submitted to the conference from specialists around the globe to once and for all demolish the myth which Jews have used to blackmail the West since the end of the Second World War and to justify their ever expanding terror against the Arab peoples in the Middle East.

The IPIS says on its web site that the “word ‘Holocaust’ which entered the political literature during the Second World War turned into one of the most important propaganda tools used to politically justify the support for the Jewish People in the 20th century.

“In the contemporary era "the Holocaust" turned into a main factor to influence the history and even the destiny of certain nations. The Institute for Political and International Studies (IPIS) believes that a suitable scientific and research opportunity and space shall be provided for researchers and for those interested in order to clarify the hidden and open corners of this issue, which is considered as the very important preoccupation of our world today.

“To this end the International Conference: "Review of the Holocaust: Global  Vision" will be held on  December 11-12 th 2006,   coinciding with the  commemoration of the Human Rights Day.”

Full details of the conference can be viewed on the IPIS web site here

An attendance form can be downloaded here for anybody wishing to attend or submit a paper.

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