Palestinian Human Rights Foundation Calls Holocaust a “Myth”

January 23, 2013 3:50 pm 7 comments

The iconic image of a Nazi shooting a Jewish family.

The Palestinian Human Rights Foundation (Monitor) has posted an article to its website in which the veracity of the Holocaust is flatly rejected.

The article, written by Dr. Mustafa Ahmed Abul Khair, chairman of the NGO’s Advisory Council and a professor of international law, claims that Israel should compensate Egypt for damages Egypt says Israel has caused the country over the years, up to some $500 billion. As an example he uses Italy’s $5 billion compensation paid to Libya for their 30-year occupation of  the country.

To support his claim, and to justify the exorbitant number, Dr. Abul Khair says,  “the Zionist entity is extorting Germany to get too much financial compensation for the myth of the Holocaust.

7 Comments

  • This guy is a PhD. Give me a break!! Sort of like Abbas’s PhD in Holocaust denial. I guess to get a PhD in the Arab world you have to major in assholeism.

  • Egypt probably lost a great deal more money than that by expelling the Jews or causing them to flee, first under General Neguib and then under Nasser. They were responsible for the country’s wealth creation. It is the dictator-warmongers including Nasser who caused Egypt to become a net importer of wheat instead of a net exporter, to say nothing of the population explosion. If the compensation owed to these Jews whose possessions were stolen were to be added up, Egypt would owe them double the UA$500 billion this idiot is claiming.

  • “A KAFFUR [UNBELIEVER IN GOD] IS ONE WHO LIES OPENLY BEFORE THE WORLD WITH NO FEAR OF HEAVEN”

    Muslim Palestinean is a lie created by an Egyptian born terrorist in 1950. West Bank is a lie, a new name created by Jordan in 1949 over the 3000 year Jewish name Samaria. A 3-state is a lie that accounts two 2-states in the same land as a 2-state.

    Heaven has slapped Muslims – they breathe lies and cannot stop it even if they wanted to. Its called an affliction. Europe, Britin & the UN will meet the same faith if it continues supporting these lies with silence – it is not a neutral stance.

    TRUTH: Jews have never occupied another peoples’ land in all their 4,000 year history. Hebron is the birthplace of Judaism.

  • Muslims revere a sociopath named Muhammad who decapitated 900 unarmed Jews at Quarayza..For any of them to talk about “human rights” as long as they revere a sociopath is a joke.

  • Yoel Nitzarim

    Is the Palestinian Human Rights Foundation a myth? Is it a revisionist conspiracy? Can one really consider human rights in a society that has become ensconced in the weltanschuung based on the language of death as the one and only thanatopsis? When one watches young children act out their death wish to murder a Jew–any Jew–as their just reward in this world and to kill themselves in the act of murdering Jews–any Jews–as their just reward to enter the world to come, do these children and the society which empowers them manifest human rights in any conscionable sense of the concept?

  • Lawrence Kulak

    sound like this guy has the credential to teach at Columbia.

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