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Monday, April 15, 2013

Pamela Geller Sides with Holocaust Deniers against the Anti-Defamation League

This is a new low when it comes to Pamela Geller's anti-Semitism. I mean, she's already expressed her contempt for kosher slaughter and the authority of our batei dinim (courts of Jewish law), but I figured even she wouldn't be linking to Holocaust deniers to slam the Anti-Defamation League.

From her recent blog post bashing the ADL (she may remove it once she gets caught):

Now, where does that link regarding the Colorado lawsuit go? Why, to the Institute for Historical Review.

As most people are aware, the Institute for Historical Review is a pseudo-scholarly organization dedicated to "historical review" of whether the Holocaust happened. Founded by a member of Geller's friends at the British National Front and Willis Carto of the anti-Semitic Liberty Lobby, they have been at it denying the Holocaust since 1979.

It's possible that Geller had never heard of them, but even if she had, she still posted the above article despite it ending like this:

Although the ADL claims to fight discrimination and promote "fair treatment," for decades it has been a staunch defender of Israel and its well-entrenched policies of discrimination against non-Jews, and of the Zionist state's wars of aggression and numerous violations of international law. Similarly, in the United States the ADL upholds a double standard in ardently promoting Jewish ethnic-religious particularism while protesting comparable ethnic-racial particularism by non-Jews.

I guess if they hate the ADL (which has denounced her on numerous occasions) and probably aren't crazy about the Muslims either, they're good enough for Geller. Bravo, Chabad, for hosting this sonei yisrael.

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