Internet Web Site Offers Instant Worldwide Access to Revisionism
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"What arguments can I find by Maimonedes and Rabbi Elezar ben Shamoua to oppose Zündel?" A cartoon in the French weekly Rivarol (Feb. 2, 1996) pokes fun at Jewish frustration over the remarkable Internet impact of revisionists such as German-Canadian Ernst Zündel.
Through his personal Internet Web site, Journal associate editor Greg Raven makes available an impressive selection of material from the Institute for Historical Review, including IHR Journal articles and reviews and IHR leaflets. A listing of every item that has ever appeared in this Journal enables callers to quickly search for titles and authors. New Web site items are added as time permits.
This revisionist material is instantly available to millions around the world, free of censorship by governments or powerful special interest groups. It can be reached 24 hours a day from 146 countries through the World Wide Web (WWW), a multimedia Internet service.
Each month about two thousand people in dozens of countries visit this Web site, with the average caller viewing 12 files (or articles) per visit. Because it is linked to several other revisionist (and anti-revisionist) Web sites, visitors can easily access vast amounts of additional information.
The Web site address for IHR material is [... now at www.ihr.org; ed.]
E-mail messages should be sent to the IHR in care of [... check www.ihr.org; ed.]
"A word wounds more easily than it heals."
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|Title:||Internet Web Site Offers Instant Worldwide Access to Revisionism, Thousands Check Out IHR Material|
|Sources:||The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 16, no. 1 (January/February 1996), p. 40|
|First posted on CODOH:||Dec. 27, 2012, 6 p.m.|