British artist posts quenelle, questions gas chambers to spite 'Zionists'

By JTA
August 21, 2015 18:28

 
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British police received a criminal complaint for incitement against a musician who performed the quasi-Nazi quenelle salute to spite Zionists and suggested that Nazi gas chambers did not really exist.

The Campaign Against Antisemitism group reported on Wednesday that an unnamed party filed a complaint this week against Alison Chabloz, a performer at the Edinburgh Festival - one of the Scottish city’s main cultural events - after she posted to Twitter a photo of herself performing the quenelle.

She also published on her blog an essay by Robert Faurisson disputing the use of gas chambers by the Nazis and another paper entitled “Did six million really die?”

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