Tuesday, December 20, 2005


By BeeBee: At present, we just had a resolution passed in the US House of Representatives last Friday, I believe, with 100% approval that is now on the President's desk to declare that this coming January become Jewish History Month with Jewish history to be taught from now on every January. I am 100% opposed to this, as I feel that we also have the outrageous Black History every year. What about history for the majority in this country? Europeans are being excluded from the history books, and we established and fought for this land of the free. History needs to be inclusive of every people. The Jews wrote the history books and purposely left out the word Jew from every book, and now they want to indoctrinate our school children with Jewishness. This is absurb, when every mention of Christianity has been wiped from public schools and society. What makes me so angry is that the media is not discussing this, and the fact that our US Congressman all signed on to this resolution introduced by Debbie Wasserman Schulz of Florida without the consideration of their constituents. No doubt this was pushed through our US Congress because of what is going on in the Middle East: Article follows from World Net Dailey:
Official Egyptian paperdenies HolocaustDefends Iranian leader, says gas chambers to disinfect clothes
Posted: December 20, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2005 WorldNetDaily.com

An official Egyptian government newspaper defended Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's denial of the Holocaust, asserting, in a column, there was no massacres of the Jews during World War II, and the gas chambers were intended for disinfecting clothing.
Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, wrote columnist Hisham Abd Al-Rauf in the newspaper Al-Masaa, was not against Jews and had allowed Jews to immigrate to the Holy Land during his first years in power.
The column, titled "Israel's Lies," was translated into English by the Washington, D.C.-based Middle East Media Institute, or MEMRI.
"The world is truly discriminative and oppressing. Israel spreads whatever lies it wants, and the so-called 'cultural' world congratulates it and views these lies as absolute indisputable facts," Al-Rauf wrote.
Ahmadinejad has called the Holocaust a "myth," and stepped up his rhetoric over the weekend, calling on the world's Muslims to be on guard against the Jewish state.
"The Zionist regime is today a threat to the whole Middle East region and therefore Muslims should increase their vigilance against this regime," he said.
Al-Raub, meanwhile, wrote, "We've had enough of the lies and the falsification of the facts with which the [Israeli] textbooks are replete. The most serious lie is the Jews' Holocaust, which they have exploited in order to extort global solidarity."
Al-Rauf complained that when Ahmadinejad "refutes this lie, the entire world is up in arms, and the Iranian president is inundated with accusations of madness, fanaticism, and falsification."
The Iranian president, he contended, did nothing more than "state the truth, which a number of honest researchers [also] have reached."
"What this truth means is that these massacres, which Israel alleges that the Nazis perpetrated against the Jews, never happened," Al-Raub said. "The famous execution chambers were no more than rooms for disinfecting clothing."
The columnist also insisted Hitler was not against the Jews, as "Zionist historians" claim.
Al-Raub quotes "courageous British historian David Irving," a Holocaust denier, "who paid a heavy price for his courage."
"Some other historians have proven that some of the massacres alleged to have been perpetrated against the Jews in World War II were carried out in coordination with the Jewish leadership, in an effort to push [the Jews] to emigrate to Palestine," Al-Raub said.
He claims Hitler allowed 120,000 Jews "to emigrate to occupied Palestine in his first years in power, in order to appease the Jews."
Al-Raub concluded: "The onslaught against the Iranian president has intensified merely because he posed a logical and proper question to the Western countries, which planted Israel in the heart of the Islamic world, and which protected and continue to protect it.
"If you feel sorry for the poor Jews, why don't you establish their country on your lands?"

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