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  The myth of Holocaust

29 Jul 2009 13:07
Authored by Alireza Soltanshahi, the first impression of 'Collapse of the Holocaust Myth', which sheds light on the Dr. Ahmadinejad's stance regarding the issue of Palestine and that of the Zionist regime, is marketed by Jomhur Iran.
IBNA: The book tackles the deception of Holocaust after it recounts the history of Palestine and that of the Zionist regime and its contact with the Jewish society. It also analyses the need for creating a new country for covering Holocaust damage through Ahmadinejad thinking.

The Holy Qods and Palestine are regarded as two of the main concerns of the world of Islam. The pomp and ceremony of Muslims\' first qiblah (the direction towards which Muslims say their prayers) and establishment of an interloper regime in such a historical and Islamic country like Palestine, are not issues one can easily forget given a handful of multilateral negotiations in which the real owners of the country are absent.

"Continued negotiations between Muslims and Zionists will place Islamic states at a lower position compared to the Zionists: In the case of Palestine, we are dealing with returning the suppressed rights of a nation not making of concessions to them."

The book bashes every single one of the building blocks of the Zionist regime and maintains that Israelis have no right to be in the place. All there is in Palestine is owned by the Palestinians and the end of the Palestine case will be when Zionists leave the occupied lands.

In the preface he wrote on the book, Dr Sheikholeslam expounds on the policies of the Islamic
Today, they have created a myth in the name of Holocaust and consider it to be above God, religion and the prophets
republic of Iran as supporting the rights of the people of Palestine. "Supporting Palestine is one of the most vivid policies of Iran which has been pursued strategically after the Islamic Revolution." 

For more than half a century, the concept of Holocaust was regarded an isolated concept which could not be tackled or questioned by anyone and was regarded and plaing truth until Mr Ahmadinejad dared to question it and invited scholars to study the case more carefullu. 

"Today, they have created a myth in the name of Holocaust and consider it to be above God, religion and the prophets", once said the President.

Zionists say the Holocaust, also known as The Shoah (Hebrew) is the term generally used to describe the genocide of approximately six million European Jews during World War II, a program of systematic state-sponsored extermination by Nazi Germany, under Adolf Hitler, its allies, and collaborators. 

Some scholars maintain that the definition of the Holocaust should also include the Nazis\' systematic murder of millions of people in other groups, including ethnic Poles, the Romani, Soviet civilians, Soviet prisoners of war, people with disabilities, and political and religious opponents. By this definition, the total number of Holocaust victims is between 11 million and 17 million people, while there is ample evidence of the discrepancy between numbers when studies in details.

5000 copies of "Collapse of the Holocaust Myth" are marketed in the first print-run of the book.
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