Egypt paper lets readers decide if Holocaust was real
Egypt’s Masrawy newspaper decided to perform a public service and tell its readers what the Holocaust was.
The beginning of the article isn’t bad at all. It gives a fairly good overview of the highlights of the Nazi attempt to destroy Jews and others.
However, the article ends with “But there are many who deny the Holocaust and who provide evidence to prove their opinion, including that the extermination of 6 million Jews is grossly exaggerated, and the lack of a single document that talks about the details of what was done in the gas camps or concentration camps.” It then lists the names of some Holocaust deniers and their qualifications (“famous historian,” “philosopher,” etc.)
So thanks to Masrawy, Egyptian readers can decide for themselves what the truth is.
Given the endemic antisemitism in Egyptian media, it isn’t hard to figure out what most of them would decide.