Yad Vashem reacts to Iranian Holocaust cartoon website

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August 5, 2010 16:44

 
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Yad Vashem reacted Thursday to the launch of a website dedicated to denying the Holocaust through caricatures and text saying that it is yet the latest salvo emanating from Iran that denies the facts of the Holocaust and attempts to influence those who are ignorant of history.

"The vulgar and cynical approach of the website, a combination of Holocaust denial and distortion, illustrated with antisemitic caricatures, further illustrates Iran’s disregard for reality and truth vis-à-vis the Holocaust, Jews and Israel," the Yad Vashem comment continued.

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