Why has Benjamin Netanyahu suddenly suggesting the Holocaust might have been the fault of the Palestinians?
Controversial historian Fredrick Toben is suing Greens leader Christine Milne and The Australian newspaper -- bringing the warring parties together in an unlikely legal battle.
Which is morally worse: Holocaust denial or climate change scepticism? It sounds like a no-brainer, but the real-life consequences of climate sceptics succeeding may far outweigh those of Holocaust denialists.
Holocaust denial warrants condemnation, but too often any criticism against Jews or Zionism is automatically slammed.
We should be speaking up for him now, rather than waiting for a more appealing victim of this attack on free speech.
The Age today describes John Howard and Peter Costello as “under pressure to distance themselves from an evangelical church leader who has spoken at a meeting of the far right-wing League of Rights.” That would be Mr Danny Nalliah. Jeff Sparrow reports.
Having been with Crikey since day one, it’s distressing to discover the freaks, fanatics and fringe dwellers that are reading us nowadays – the Mahmoud Ahmadinejad fan club, laments Christian Kerr.
The long-running controversy over Iran's nuclear program flared up again this week. Superficially, it looks as if there's no reason for conflict on the issue so a resort to war should never appear on the agenda, writes Charles Richardson.
Those viewing the post-Swindle discussion with Tony Jones would have noticed that things got a little bit fruity when it came time to throw to the audience, writes Cam Smith. Here's why.