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If 6 million jews died... Where are the bodies?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 28737707:MV8yMDY2OTQxXzM0Nzc3NzE4X0ZERDBGN0FF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 26402302:MV8yMDY2OTQxXzM0Nzc3NjQ2XzY2REQ0NERC] It's ok someone found them http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=24369 [/quote] [i][Quote 1] Jewish prophecies in the Torah require that 6 million Jews must “vanish” before the state of Israel can be formed. “You shall return minus 6 million.” That’s why Tom Segev, an Israeli historian, declared that the “6 million” is an attempt to transform the Holocaust story into state religion. Those six million, according to prophecy, had to disappear in “burning ovens”, which the judicial version of the Holocaust now authenticates. As a matter of fact, Robert B. Goldmann writes: “. . . without the Holocaust, there would be no Jewish State.” A simple consequence: Given six million Jews gassed at Auschwitz who ended up in the “burning ovens” (the Greek word holocaust means burned offerings), therefore, the prophecies have now been “fulfilled” and Israel can become a “legitimate state”. –Unknown[/i] :hmm: [/quote]
It would have taken a LOT of fuel to burn them all!
I seem to remember in school they were put in mass graves yet... There are none?
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