Supreme leader of Iran marks Holocaust Memorial Day by publishing Holocaust denying video

Ayotollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran, has marked Holocaust Memorial Day by publishing a Holocaust denying video on his official website.

While nations around the world remembered the millions of people who were killed in Auschwitz and other concentration camps, Iran’s hardline leader questioned whether the Holocaust “is a reality or not”.

Khamenei’s website promotes the video with a banner across its homepage, featuring a montage of images, including one of Adolf Hitler.

Here’s the Evil shitz flickAre the Dark Ages over?

Some artwork…

Nazi Khameini

  • David Murrell

    The CBC runs a full “documentary” channel (which names escapes me) — so I wonder if the CBC will run this Holocaust-denying vid.

    • BillyHW

      Run it? They probably funded it. Which means you probably funded it too. Diversity.

  • David

    From all indications, they’ve hardly begun.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Wow, you’d think he’s Glenn Greenwald.

  • John

    Yet another lame attempt by Muslims to appropriate the mantle of Jewish suffering.

    They’ve been doing do this every year for some time now…turning Holocaust Remembrance Day into a pity party for Palestinians

  • simus1

    The nazi organized Holocaust was mostly carried out at special single purpose death camps like Birkenau in Poland.
    Next door was the huge “work the inmates almost to death” camp, Auschwitz, which functioned like a prison city of light industry. Originally started out as a small German concentration camp for Polish anti nazi prisoners.

    Dachau was the first concentration camp that the nazis put up in Germany after reaching power. Used to house German political prisoners and scare the occasional unsympathetic foreign journalist passing through like Pierre van Paassen ….
    As the war was winding down, the entire “non Holocaust part of the nazi gulag” held zero interest for its owners and death among the mostly doomed inmates from disease, starvation, mistreatment, and ad hoc mass murder was colossal.