Audio Archive


Mark Weber :: January 3, 2007

Meria Heller hosts a stimulating one-hour broadcast session with the IHR director. The two talk about the imprisonment in Europe of Irving, Zundel and other “thought criminals” for having expressed dissident views about “the Holocaust.” Weber speaks about the background and current status of the Zundel case. The two also discuss the emotion-charged and agenda-driven way in which Jewish death and suffering are treated in our society, and the contrastingly neglectful treatment of deaths and sufferings of others. They also discuss the new book by former President Jimmy Carter, who is under fire for acknowledging how critics of Israeli policies are smeared and intimidated, the devastating 1984 arson attack of the IHR’s offices, and other topics.