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    • Noevil9
    • 12.03.13 | 21:52 (IST)

    This report came from a well known war monger reporter who advocates wars on every turn. So ,what ever he says is questionable to say the least. Ahmadinejad, questioned the number of the claimed people that the Holocaust promoters want all of us to believe. Not that it matters one or a million, killing is killing and it's a crime. But for the world to accept just what it has been told, and to make it illegal to debate and find the facts is absurd. If facts are there and they are supported ,then what are we afraid of? Any good word from Castro or others for reconciliation is a good thing any way. But issues ought not to be bundled in one ball like all those enthusiasts about white washing all the crimes of Israel by what Castro said, if he said it in that manner?

    from the article: Fidel Castro tells Ahmadinejad: Stop denying the Holocaust
    First published 23:30 07.09.10 | Last updated 23:30 07.09.10
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