Our banning of Dieudonné shows that the UK has grown feeble. A robust society should be able to handle the stresses of pluralism I am reactionary on freedom of speech.
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The law isn't there to protect us from Dieudonné's odious views | Simon Jenkins
'This is historic revisionism!' Holocaust survivors and their descendants have been protesting in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. They are in a…
Hungarian angel condemned as denial of deathcamp collaboration
It was not the 'shot heard around the world' that caused the 1914-18 war but imperialism anything else is revisionism Continue reading…
First world war: was Gavrilo Princip a terrorist or a freedom fighter?
From Sebastian Faulks's Jeeves and the Wedding Bells to Patrick Ness's More Than This to Alan Johnson's This Boy , Guardian readers pick their favourite reads of 2013 Chris Allen, Buckingham Burial Rites by Hannah Kent (Picador) was my favourite of the 11 books recently shortlisted for the Guardian first book award .
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Readers' books of the year 2013: part 1
PIC: The Malay Mail KUALA LUMPUR: The Western world has no right to lecture other nations on freedom of speech as it too practices censorship of anti-Semitic views, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad claimed today.
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Dr M Cites Anti-Nazi Laws as Proof Of Censorship In The West
ST. LOUIS (AP) — In a city where the physical and cultural specter of Anheuser-Busch still looms large, other living landmarks of those Teutonic roots can be difficult to spot.
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Visit follows vandalism of Frank diaries in Japan libraries
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Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to visit Anne Frank house in Amsterdam
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam on Sunday to highlight Japan's friendship with the Jewish people and sees no contradiction with his recent controversial visit to the Yasukuni Shrine at home.
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Japanese PM Shinzo Abe to visit Anne Frank House in gesture to Jews
By Geert De Clercq AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam on Sunday to highlight Japan's friendship with the Jewish people and sees no contradiction with his recent controversial visit to the Yasukuni Shrine at home. The Anne Frank House, where the German-born Jewish girl kept a diary of her life in hiding before she was …
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Japan's Abe to visit Anne Frank house in gesture to Jews
Several new books assert that Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s public silence about the military junta enabled him to save more people.
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Pope Francis saved many in Argentina’s ‘dirty wars,’ survivors say