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Debate the Holocaust?

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Submitted by PDM (United States), Feb 1, 2006 at 16:13

My father fought in France in WWII and then traveled with his division into Germany and Poland to liberate the concentration camp Dachau. He told me about the 'skeletons' that were walking out of that hell and how he and his buddies gave their rations to these people.
My father was so emotionally scarred from this experience he could barely function in society! DO NOT TELL ME THERE WAS NO HOLOCAUST YOU ... Not to worry. islam will soon be nothing more than a footnote in the archive of cartoons!
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