WASHINGTON, D.C., January 27, 2021 – January 27, 2021 marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. For over two decades, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) has been monitoring and documenting antisemitism and Holocaust denial from the Arab and Muslim world, maintaining the largest archives in the world of this content as part of the MEMRI Tom Lantos Archives on Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial. This past year, we have published numerous reports and videos of Holocaust denial, some of which are included below. To see more, visit the Lantos Project website.
The MEMRI Lantos Archives on Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial documents antisemitic themes in Arabic, Farsi, Urdu-Pashtu, and Turkish newspaper reports, editorials, and other media sources, distributing all its research - reports, analysis, and videos - through the Lantos Project website and all its videos through the Lantos Project MEMRI TV page.
The project informs governments, policymakers, and law enforcement and intelligence agencies, as well as media, academia, and the general public, so that they may gain a greater understanding of these issues. Its projects researching antisemitism support legislation on Capitol Hill and throughout the West.
MEMRI Research On Holocaust Denial 2020-2021
#8502 - British Islamist Dr. Abdur-Rahman Dimashqiah: The Holocaust Was Divine Punishment, Hitler Justified It In Mein Kampf; The Jews Committed A 'Holocaust' Against Jesus - Christians Should Not Sympathize With Them
#8472 - Iranian Internet Show: Why Is Insulting 1.8 Billion Muslims Allowed While Insulting 6 Million Jews Is Forbidden? The Sanctity Of The Holocaust Is A Jewish Scam To Take Control Of World Resources
#8290 - Mashhad Friday Sermon By Iranian Ayatollah Ahmad Alamolhoda On Charlie Hebdo Cartoons: Why Is Insulting The Prophet Muhammad Considered Freedom Of Speech While People Who Investigate The 'False and Mythical' Holocaust Are Executed In Europe?
#7906 - Palestinian-American Academic Seif Da'na on Hizbullah TV: Coronavirus May Have Leaked from U.S. Lab; Western Economic Policies Kill More People than COVID-19; Hitler Did Not Do Anything “Out of the Ordinary” But Is Viewed as Satan Because He Did It in Europe/span>
No other organization does this vital work; all major organizations that focus on antisemitism depend upon the research from this project. MEMRI research and translation efforts on exposing antisemitism in the Arab and Muslim world have provided crucial resources to educate policymakers, media organizations, the public, and others. MEMRI asks for your help to continue this important work through tax-deductible donations.
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