Robert Stevens, a writer in New Jersey, has written a letter to President Ahmadinejad asking him where his relatives are who were murdered in the Holocaust. Ahmadinejad, of course has recently said the Holocaust didn't happen so Stevens has asked him for help to locate these family members. It would be funny, if it wasn't so sad. Below are some excerpts from the letter...
"I really wanted to reach out to my uncle to wish him a happy birthday, but I didn’t have his phone number or his address. If I did, I’d certainly call him or visit him, and certainly I would have mailed him a card. To be honest, I am embarrassed to admit this, but I actually don’t know where he really is now, and perhaps you could help me find him.
"Thankfully, because you have pointed out to the world that the Holocaust is a myth — that the Nazis could not have killed him because such killings were just Zionist propaganda to get world support for Israel — you have renewed my hope that he may still be alive and that I can find him.
I guess I can admit that I feel a little silly, too! I mean, I used to think that perhaps the Nazis killed him, but if the Holocaust never happened, he must be alive … or he’s just a myth that existed to bring about sympathy for Jews."