Shocka! No charges against Muslim magazine for publishing Holocaust denial article

No charges will be laid against the publisher of an Arabic magazine in London that erupted in national controversy last month, after it ran a column questioning the Holocaust.

But while London police say they found no evidence of a crime, a law firm for Al Saraha says it will publish a front-page apology in its next issue for the piece, which was condemned by a national Jewish organization and prompted the Ontario premier to yank Liberal government advertising from the monthly.

Boy, no one saw this comin…

h/t Marvin

  • If any idiot wants to deny the Holocaust, let him or her do so in front of an audience which includes survivors and experts. Let them do that with background photos of that genocide on a slideshow in the background.

    For these guys, they cannot make up their minds. Either the Holocaust did not happen or it didn’t go far enough.

    I would also like my money back. No one asked me if I wanted to inadvertently fund that bullsh–.

    • UCSPanther

      Holocaust Denial (Not to mention atrocity denial in general) involves the use of doublethink in general.

    • What our virtue signaling class won’t admit is that this point of view is rabidly common among Muslims in general.

    • Surele Surele

      Agree; let them face and dispute the facts. I always thought that making this illegal closes the discussion. I know, I know, there is no discussing historical facts here nor should there be. Same with the left’s desire to make ‘climate change denial’ illegal. The only problem I see, or two actually: people do not know history and second, they do not want to know. In the face of the facts in front of them, they usually double down. But still, making it illegal should not be the way. Sunshine is the best disinfectant.

      • If anything, it will point out the rabid hatred and ignorance of these sleaze.

  • Waffle

    Ike saw it coming back in 1945:

    On the outside of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC there are four plaques with quotes from four presidents, including President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The Eisenhower quote is in the most prominent spot and it is, by far, the most famous:
    “The things I saw beggar description…The visual evidence and the verbal testimony of starvation, cruelty and bestiality were so overpowering…I made the visit deliberately, in order to be in a position to give first hand evidence of these things if ever, in the future, there develops a tendency to charge these allegations to propaganda.”

  • k1

    There are many holocausts around the world.
    There is one happening right in Toronto …
    thanks to …
    Jewish Organized Crime…
    aided by ‘others’

    Yad Veshem … will be getting some articles on this one day
    along with the Cdn Museum for Human Rights