the university of waterloo

the university of waterloo

Dr. Norman Finkelstein confronts Holocaust hysteria

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Norman Finkelstein, a Jewish American political scientist and author, specializing in Jewish-related issues and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was invited to give a speech at the University of Waterloo in which a Jewish girl threw the Holocaust card to criticise him. The American Hebrew on 31 October 1919 published a propaganda article under the headline "The Crucifixion of Jews Must Stop!" In the article, it was claimed that during the world war because of epidemics, starvation and "holocaust", six million Jews might have succumbed. Later everything turned out to be war propaganda. This information was being spread during and just after the First World War. According to Ben Weintraub, the figure six million has a great cabbalistic significance, which is why it is important to maintain it whether it is correct or not ("The Holocaust Dogma of Judaism: Keystone of the New World Order", Toronto, 1995, p. 12). In 1933, there were only 5.6 million Jews in those areas later to be controlled by Germany (The New York Times, 11 January 1945).