Holocaust work to be translated for Muslims

Speaking of the Holocaust, I blogged elsewhere (Eteraz.org || Refutation of Holocaust denial theories to be translated for Muslims) on the welcome news that Deborah Lipstadt’s Holocaust Revisionism, History on Trial: My Day in Court with David Irving is to be translated into a number of key languages spoken by Muslims.

In that connection, I argued that

Correcting dehumanizing myths and conspiracy theories about the Holocaust is no less a part of a Muslim’s duty to "enjoin good and forbid evil" (Amr ba Maroof wa Nahi az Munkar) than anything else. Muslims should allow neither the manifest injustice of Israel’s treatment of their Palestinian brethren nor the politicization of the memory of the Holocaust by some to cloud their vision.