Suppose we ignore all the evidence and grant that only one million people (that can include all the Jews and others combined) were killed by the Nazis. What's the difference? Does that strengthen the argument against the existence of Israel? Does it negate the fact that there never was an Arab state of Palestine? Does it magically erase the memory of all the oppression and murders of "Palestinians" by other Arabs (e.g., Syria, Jordan, Egypt, etc.)? Of course not. It's irrelevant - in addition to being a simple rejection of established fact.
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