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Hungary to extradite Holocaust denier Horst Mahler to Germany – Politics.hu

| June 8, 2017

Horst Mahler, a former German lawyer sentenced to prison for Holocaust denial, is to be extradited to his homeland, the Budapest Court of Appeals said. Mahler was apprehended in the western Hungarian town of Sopron on May 15 on the basis of an international arrest warrant

Amazon Removes ‘Holocaust Wound’ Item From U.K. Site After … – Newsweek

| June 6, 2017

An item called a Holocaust wound is no longer for sale on Amazon UK after the Britisharm of the online retailer was criticized for listing it.

Hungarian court orders Holocaust denier Horst Mahler’s extradition – Deutsche Welle

| June 6, 2017

Hungary's MTI news agency said Budapest's city court had responded to a European arrest warrant by ordering that Mahler be handed over to German authoritieswithin nine days. The 81-year-old, who was arrested three weeks ago inside Hungary, hasalready failed in his bid for political asylum that included a message sent to Hungary's hard-line conservative prime minister, Viktor Orban

Estonian politician vows to legalize Holocaust denial – The Jerusalem Post

| June 4, 2017

The Jerusalem Post Estonian politician vows to legalize Holocaust denial The Jerusalem Post The nationalist politician has other ideas about "the correct teaching of the history of the Third Reich." Tartu, Estonia.. (photo credit:Wikimedia Commons). An Estonian nationalist politician vowed in his election campaign to decriminalize Holocaust ...

Estonian politician vows to legalize Holocaust denial – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| June 2, 2017

(JTA) An Estonian nationalist politician vowed in his election campaign to decriminalize Holocaust denial and instead penalize those who would downplay the Soviet domination of the country. Georg Kirsberg, who is running for a lawmakers seat for the Conservative Peoples Party in Estonias elections in October, was quoted Wednesday by the Estonian National Broadcasting Company.

Sweden launches program to fight Holocaust denial and antisemitism – The Jerusalem Post

| June 2, 2017

The Jerusalem Post Sweden launches program to fight Holocaust denial and antisemitism The Jerusalem Post According to Lomfors, the impetus for setting up the Forum over a decade ago was in part a nationwide survey which revealed that Swedes had very limited knowledge of the Holocaust, and that a large number of youths showed signs of Holocaust denial .

on stage: Playcrafters presents ‘Denial’ — a play about the holocaust and those who deny it – The Mercury

| June 2, 2017

Did the Holocaust really happen? Does one have a legal right to deny it? Are there historical revisionists who want the whole incident to fade away or be relegated to a mere fairy tale and why

PayPal probes neo-Nazi account supportive of Holocaust denier, Hezbollah – The Jerusalem Post

| May 30, 2017

The Jerusalem Post PayPal probes neo-Nazi account supportive of Holocaust denier , Hezbollah The Jerusalem Post The Third Way has also come out in support of convicted Holocaust denier Horst Mahler. Mahler served multiple sentences in Germany for Holocaust denial and other Nazi-related activities

Facebook Document Shows Lax Policy On Holocaust Denial – Forward

| May 26, 2017

Earlier this week, The Guardian published leaked Facebook guidelines for moderators charged with deciding whether to take down hateful content from the social media site. Possibly the most controversial revelation is how Facebook determines whether to remove content which denies the Holocaust

Report: Facebook Moderators Told to Remove ‘Dehumanizing …

| May 26, 2017

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The files explain that moderators should take down Holocaust denial material in only four of the 14 countries where it is outlawed, reported The Guardian on Wednesday, referencing leaked Facebook training documents. One document says the company does not welcome local law that stands as an obstacle to an open and connected world and will only consider blocking or hiding Holocaust denial messages and photographs if we face the risk of getting blocked in a country or a legal risk.' Though Facebookstated in the documents that refugees and migrants also will not receive the protections given to other vulnerable groups, the social network has allegedly told moderators to remove dehumanising speech or any calls for violence against refugees


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