Jordan: A revisionist lecture
Here is a message from the Jordanian revisionist Ibrahim Alloush (rapid translation) Saturday evening March 4, within the framework of the Association against Zionism and Racism, at Amman, Jordan, the Arab revisionist Ibrahim Alloush gave a lecture on the myths of the Holocaust.
The lecture's title was:
Is the Holocaust possible scientifically? And in what does that concern us, Arabs, politically?
The lecturer treated of the following main subjects:
1) The three components of the myth of the Holocaust
2) The political utilizations of the myth and why it is not possible to reject those utilizations and at the same time to accept the myth
3) The attitude of the Arabs faced with the Holocaust and why one cannot accept the myth without harming the cause of Palestine
4) summation of the works of the revisionist historians who unbolted the myth in a scientific manner, noticeably that of the alleged "gas chamber", and how that chamber is indeed the core of the myth's centre, and not the
matter of the exaggeration of the figures as some believe
5) the persecutions effected against the revisionist historians and the Holocaust should be considered as one of the most important files of the Arabo-Zionistic comflict, and why we should crush that myth without turning a hair.
During the sequence assigned to questions and answers, the audience, which was filling the hall, responded very well to the propositions advanced. Several persons requested that the lecture's conclusions be broadcast as widely as possible. One was feeling without any doubt a massive sympathy as well as interest for the revisionist cause and the revisionist historians.
The story's moral is the following:
Taking position thus does not isolate us but makes us reach the man in the street more closely. Because those isolated are those that most often are seated with the imperialists and the Zionists who criticize "the barbarity" of others!