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Jan 03, 2006
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Iranian Political Analyst Amir Mohebbian: Some Researchers Have Suggested a "No Hole, No Holocaust" Theory

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Source: IRINN TV (Iran)

Following are excerpts from an interview with Iranian Political Analyst Amir Mohebbian, which aired on the Iranian news channel IRINN on January 3, 2006.

Amir Mohebbian: From a scientific perspective, whether or not the Holocaust took place, and if it indeed took place, in what manner, and how many people were killed – there are different views on this matter. Some said that there had been no burning of people, but that the killings had been carried out by gas. Others investigated the issue and suggested that the rooms where gas was supposedly injected from above had no holes for gas injection – contrary to the claims. Therefore, they suggested a thesis of "no hole, no Holocaust" – There's no hole, so there's no Holocaust.

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