Palestine/Middle East

The slow genocide against the Palestinians and the Western World’s aggressive anti-Arabism (and anti-Islamism) are indirect consequences of Holocaust propaganda. Papers listed in this section deal with this entanglement of flawed historiography and skewed politics, leading to catastrophic results worldwide.



TEHRAN, Dec. 18 (MNA) — Robert Faurisson is a revisionist scholar from France who attended the "Review of the Holocaust: Global Vision" conference in Tehran from December 11 to 12. Following is the text of an interview with Faurisson conducted by the Tehran Times at the daily’s offices on December …

Tehran, December 13, 2006 Hello Professor Faurisson, and thank you for granting me this interview. Hello. It’s I who thank you for your willingness to put questions. Professor, may I ask what your reasons were for deciding to take part in this conference in Tehran on the Holocaust on December …

A 13 March 1981 introductory letter and memorandum to President Ronald Reagan, submitted by the U.S. representative of The Arab Higher Committee for Palestine. Dear Mr. President: I have always admired you, Mr. President, as a nationalist who is determined to restore the United States to its position of respect …

Alfred M. Lilienthal, historian, journalist and lecturer, is a graduate of Cornell University and Columbia Law School. During the Second World War, he served with the US Army in the Middle East. He later served with the Department of State, and as a consultant to the American delegation at the …

Prime Minister Tony Blair 10 Downing Street London, SW1A 2AA United Kingdom November 3, 2006 Dear Prime Minister Blair, According to a Yahoo news report of June 25, 2006, you were outraged by the President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, because of his statements and behavior in support of Holocaust revisionism—the …

Prime Minister Tony Blair 10 Downing Street London, SW1A 2AA United Kingdom November 21, 2006 Dear Prime Minister Blair, At the outset, I would like to thank you for having your press secretaries send me two acknowledgements in regard to my open letter to you of November 9, 2006, which …

President George W. Bush The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Washington, DC 20500 December 12, 2006 President Bush: In a Yahoo news missive of December 12, 2006, it stated that your administration condemned the recent Iran Holocaust revisionist conference. I quote the article: "In Washington, the White House condemned …

The following article (3160 words!) was published in the Hebrew daily Ha'ir on 6 May 1992. It contains new revelations about war crimes committed by the Zionist forces in 1948 against Palestinian Arabs. There are a number of reasons why the publication of this information is important: It shows once …

"Jesus said, 'Blessed is the lion that the human eats, so that the lion becomes human. Cursed is the human that the lion eats, so that the lion becomes human.'"—Saying 7, The Gospel of Thomas. Since the start of the Al Aqsa Intifada in September 2000, the Israeli economy has …

Early in 1935, a passenger ship bound for Haifa in Palestine left the German port of Bremerhaven. Its stern bore the Hebrew letters for its name, “Tel Aviv,” while a swastika banner fluttered from the mast. And although the ship was Zionist-owned, its captain was a National Socialist Party member. …

Rachelle Marshall is a free-lance editor living in Stanford, California. A member of the International Jewish Peace Union, she writes frequently on the Middle East. This article is reprinted from the July-August 1995 issue of The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (P.O. Box 53062, Washington, DC 20009). Every country …

Immediately following its publication in late 1995, Les mythes fondateurs de la politique israélienne (“The Founding Myths of Israeli Policy”), touched off a storm of controversy. Its octogenarian Communist-turned-Muslim author had taken aim at the historical legends cited for decades to justify Zionism and the Jewish state, including the most …

After an imperial century abroad, America has suffered, on its home soil, an attack on its citizens unprecedented in its history. As so often in the past six decades, whether at Dresden or Hiroshima, Beirut or Baghdad, terror came from the sky. At this writing, the United States is once …

The Third Reich and the Palestine Question by Francis R. Nicosia. Austin: The University of Texas Press, 1985, Hardbound xiv+ 319 pages, $35.00, ISBN 0-292-72731-3. Although Zionists today are loath to admit it publicly, the fact remains that the Zionist movement, during the period leading up to the Second World …

Donald Neff is the author of several books on US-Middle East relations, including the 1995 study, Fallen Pillars: U.S. Policy Toward Palestine and Israel Since 1945, and his 1988 Warriors trilogy. This article is reprinted from the July 1996 issue of The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (P.O. Box …

Genocide in the Holy Land by Rabbi Moshe Schonfeld is a worthy sequel to the same author's The Holocaust Victims Accuse. Rabbi Schonfeld presents a documented account of the destruction by the Zionists of Middle Eastern and North African Jewry. Although the book focuses on the plight of Yemenite Jews, …

We invite you to join us in the effort to reach out for peace in Israel and Palestine Jew among Bedouin friends Louani Idar Horowitz 27 years old, Israeli Tour guide in Sinai "In '72 my parents went to Sinai to open a center for European tourists. We lived there …

We invite you to join us in the effort to reach out for peace in Israel and Palestine Photographers that became friends while shooting the same problems in Hebron Nasser Shiyouki 30 years old, Palestinian "I photograph history, but what a shame and what a limitation to have to photograph …

Doug Collins, an award-winning journalist, has worked for several Canadian daily newspapers, and is the author of several books. He served with the British army during the Second World War, and then with the British control commission in postwar occupied Germany. For more about Collins, see the Nov.-Dec. 1994 Journal, …

Encyclopedia of the Palestine Problem, by Issa Nakhleh. New York: Intercontinental Books, 1991. Hardcover. Two volumes (8½ × 11 inch format). 1,180 pages. Illustrations. Maps. Notes. Bibliography. Index. ISBN 096228811X. (Available from the IHR: $69, plus $5 shipping.) Robert John is a diplomatic historian and policy analyst. He is co-author …

Vampire Killers Folk stories about vampires provide readers with various remedies to the calamity of a ghoulish attack. A fistful of graveyard dirt is favored, garlic is beneficial, and the cross is most efficient. But these remedies don't always work. In Roman Polansky's hilarious horror comedy The Fearless Vampire Killers, …

"The question is not whether I can bear it — but should I?" July 14, 1997 Salamat! My name is Fadia and I am a student at the University of California at Berkeley. I just chanced upon your page and was really impressed, especially by the breadth of articles you've …

Donald Neff is author of several books on US-Middle East relations, including the 1995 study, Fallen Pillars: US. Policy Toward Palestine and Israel Since 1945, and his 1988 Warriors trilogy. This article is reprinted from the January-February 1997 issue of The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (P.O. Box 53062, …

Abdullah Mohammad Sindi, a native of Saudi Arabia, lives and works in California. He received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from California State University, Sacramento. In 1978 Sindi received a doctorate in international relations from the University of Southern California. He has also studied at the University of Grenoble (France), the …

Israel, for reasons its rulers claim to be unable to divine, is beset by enemies—enemies, conveniently, much of whose territories abut the territory assigned Israel by the 1948 UN General Assembly resolution that led to its creation. This makes the territories adjoining Israel available for conquest and occupation to “prevent …

We invite you to join us in the effort to reach out for peace in Israel and Palestine Friends Maya Oren 41 years old, Israeli\. Teacher "I like going to Hala's house, they're so hospitable. My husband works with Hala's husband, they get on well together. I'd like it if …

Idyllic aerial photo of the site of the Mediterranean fishing village of Tantura (viewable in color at http://ns1.palestineremembered.com/Haifa/al-Tantura/Picture3150.html). Inhabited for an estimated four thousand years, Tantura's environs contain Canaanite, Greek, and Crusader antiquities, and shipwrecks from Roman and Byzantine times dot its lagoon. In 1948 Israeli army troops killed 250 …

IHR director Mark Weber’s response to the events of September 11, circulated via the Internet, has elicited more response, nearly all of it favorable, than any other such writing in the history of the Institute for Historical Review. To date “Learning from the September 11 Attacks” has resulted in three …

Since Mr. Hadawi's paper was prepared for the IHR's 1982 Chicago conference, much of a one-sided and devastating nature has transpired in the Middle East. Particularly, the world witnessed with mounting horror the massive invasion of Lebanon carried out by Israeli "Defense" Forces allegedly in response to one of their …

For thirty years the conflict raging in the Middle East between Arabs and Israelis has been viewed on tribal partisan grounds. You were either pro-Israel or anti-Israel, and in the latter case, anti-Israel was assumed to be a thin camouflage for "anti-Semitic." With the onset of the 1970s and thanks …