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Friday, September 08, 2006

Holocaust cartoons

I'm neither an anti-semite nor having anything against the Jews but since I've provided links to the Muhammad cartoons (refer to my previous posts here and there) I felt responsible to also provide links to the Holocaust cartoons to express my neutrality on the freedom of speech issue. So, here it is! By no mean this is the complete exhibition but if you google hard enough you can probably dig up more.

Finally, for those Holocaust deniers, the Holocaust really happened. It brought sorrow, death, suffering, horror and chaos to the European Jews. You should not deny it when there're ample facts, evidence and numerous books written on this historical event. It is part of the international history and will be remembered for the generations to come!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

why cant i choose to deny the holocaust or even question some of its facts and figures.....why? why? why is there a such a stigma with saying anything against the holocaust.

I dont force ppl to accept what i belive in, they shuldnt force me, i have the right to deny what i wish...

A million aarmenians were killed by the turkish authorities....no one remembers them, their deaths are being denied even though there is 'ample evidence' especially by the israelies... Its not the holocaust the people have a problem with, its the fact with how the holocaust is used to justify everything that israelies do that bothers them.....

Nobody denies that jews were killed for no reason in WWII, but people have questions about the numbers killed and the how they were killed....so whats the problem with that?

asad said...

I agree with what 'Anonymous' has said above. It is upto each individual what he or she should believe in. To force some other belief on the individual is wrong.

Kat said...

hmmmm. My first instinct isn't to consider the holocaust something to believe in. It happened already. If the only beef is numbers...who gives a rats tail because now we're just arguing semantics. Have you seen the pics of mounds of hair, some still tied in braids? Or piles of shoes with no owner. How about the pictures of rows upon rows of naked women and their babies, waiting to be gassed. It happened. To a lot of people. Was it 1 million? 859 621? I don't know. All I know is that murder, particularily on such a grand scale, is a huge atrocity for all of man- not just those who suffered. We all should be ashamed and should never forget. We should never forget, so that we can learn to not repeat..and in the very least, so that we do not continue to deny other horrors, like so many that continue to plague man kind. The reality is, that these sick things do happen and continue to happen. Nothing here to believe in. It is what it is.