More on the IRI (Islamic Republic of Iran) Nazi fanzine website

We posted about this several days ago (thanks again Shab!) but it seems the rest of the world is noticing. In Iran, it is important to understand, no website can be published that is not in keeping with the regime’s dogma.

So when there is a well populated Nazi fan site, you know it is either by them, for them, or at the very very unlikely least, with their fond approval.

From The Daily Caller

Reza Khalili:

This “Nazi Center association” graphic, prominently displayed at the Iranian website nazicenter.ir, urges readers (in Persian) to “share your thoughts and opinions with other members of the association. Become a member now.”

A pro-Nazi association now operates a Persian-language website in Iran, promoting anti-Semitism and memorializing Adolf Hitler, apparently with the approval of the Iranian government and its censors.

The site, Nazicenter.ir, features videos of Nazi leaders and pictures of Hitler, and praises the Third Reich for nearly conquering the Western world. It also includes a public forum whose members routinely discuss their hatred of the Jewish people.

The site’s primary goal, its administrators write, is to confront the “story of the Holocaust, which without a doubt has been taken advantage of in contemporary history.”

Iran’s Islamic regime strictly regulates all forms of communication. Hundreds of websites have been banned, and Iranians’ online access to the free world is severely restricted. But a Nazi propaganda website is consistent with the proclamations of Iran’s military and political leaders, who have both denied the existence of the Nazi Holocaust and called for the destruction of Israel.

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