I read the article, it's on the web. There is no holocaust denial in it. He/she merely puts it in context and backs his assertions by showing photos of various Newspapers from 1933. I am sure all of what he says can easily be verified by viewing copies of the papers. He also doesn't make an attempt to "justify" the holocaust. He does say (confirmed by headlines shown) that Jews around the world declared war/boycotts on Germany before the holocaust. I don't think stating these things amounts to "denial". However I know nothing of the author, perhaps he has denied it in his other writings? Intimidating foundations to stop the conference is most definitely censorship. I tried to post the link last night but Haaretz censored it.
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