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Translation help wanted
Monday, October 02, 2006
The Holocaust Historiography Project is looking for someone to help translate our Holocaust-related videos and web pages into Farsi in time for the December conference in Persia.
We are a small non-profit educational organization based in California. Our e-mail contact address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have funds available to pay for help.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called for a much-needed conference on the Myth of the Holocaust. Belief in the Holocaust Myth is the new religion in the Western countries, and President Ahmadinejad correctly comments that further research and study on the matter are needed. Amazingly, within days of the President's call for a conference, the Majdanek Museum in Poland dropped the number of killed from 360,000 people killed to 78,000 people.
Revisionists suffer oppression in several western countries. Professors have lost their jobs, people have been attacked and beaten, scholars jailed. At this moment several honest scholars are in prison facing years of incarceration for expressing doubt about the Ugly Myth: Ernst Zundel and Germar Rudolph in Germany, the writer David Irving in Austria. It is amazing that honest historic research and discussion has been criminalized by self-proclaimed defenders of liberty. Unfortunately, many of these same "Defenders of Freedom" attack the integrity of the government of President Ahmadinejad and threaten the Iranian people. (See www.ihr.org.)
The Holocaust Historiography Project is resolutely against the use of military force to resolve International disputes and is against the censorship and criminalization of historic research and study. It is said that the first casualty of war is the truth. We feel that the hate propaganda and the false exaggerations of the Holocaust Myth are leading to conflict with Iran.
We feel that there is a great need to provide accurate information to the Persian people and to encourage discussion. Please let us know if your offices can provide translations of webpages and provide Farsi subtiles on videos. Please also know the approximate costs. Thank you.
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