Plevris does not only deny the Holocaust. In that case, someone could raise a question about the freedom of speech. In the first part of the book, he tried to prove that Talmud and the Jews desired in the history to destroy the Cristian World. Therefore, Plevris accepted the extermination of the Jews as a kind of a Christian response. He did n't stop there: he suggested Poland and other countries to keep the camps in good condition for a future use (against whom? it's clear...)! That is only an example about the context of his book. If the Greeks are for the Palestinians in the Middle East conflict, that has to do with the Cyprus issue. I don't need to analyse it. In case we are confusing things, we are going to play Plevris's game. As democrat and Christian Greek, I agree with the conviction, although I strongly defend our rights and freedoms.
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from the article: Greek historian convicted over book denying the Holocaust