Trial Highlights Limits of Free Speech in Germany

Holocaust denier Ernst Zündel was deported from Canada to face trial in Germany   On Thursday, Ernst Zündel, a Holocaust denier, faces a German court on charges of inciting racial hatred and defaming the dead.…

Tit-for-tat in cartoon spat

By Gareth Harding Feb 7, 2006, 22:53 GMT RUSSELS, Belgium (UPI) -- Lurid newspaper headlines might refer to the recent violent protests at Danish drawings of Mohammed as 'Cartoon Wars,' but few people in Europe…

Irving trial snared in debate over freedom of…

From Melanie Haape in Berlin, Sunday Herald, 19, Feb 2006, TALK about denying the Holocaust, and you hit a raw nerve among Germans – even 60 years after the fact. At least that’s the impression…

Iran has the U.S.

 By Arthur R. Butz, February 14, 2006 I have been asked “why people are so reluctant to consider” the validity of “Holocaust” revisionism. I shall try to answer that, showing the relationship to Iranian President…

Cartoon-wearing Italian minister resigns

Feb 19, 2006 An Italian minister who wore a T-shirt on state television featuring cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed that have outraged Muslims resigned on Saturday after a deadly attack on the Italian consulate in…

Holocaust Denial' Laws are Disgraceful

By Mark Weber - November 27, 2005 David Irving, the controversial British historian, was arrested in Austria on November 11 for a 16-year-old violation of that country’s “Holocaust denial” statute. He has now been formally…

The mural maze

Much of Iran's most virulently anti-Israeli public art has been produced using technology from the Jewish state. Robert Tait explains Wednesday February 8, 2006 Things may change when Iran's biggest-selling newspaper gets round to publishing…

Danish paper rejected Jesus cartoons

Gwladys Fouché, Monday February 6, 2006, Guardian Unlimited, UK. Jyllands-Posten, the Danish newspaper that first published the cartoons of the prophet Muhammad that have caused a storm of protest throughout the Islamic world, refused to…