Quds Day rally organizers in Toronto, Canada, have invited American “Holocaust denier” Kevin Barrett to deliver a speech at their upcoming anti-Zionist event.
Scheduled for the last day of Ramadan, Quds Day was established by the Iran’s former head of state Ruhollah Khomeini. Drawing on the Arabic name for Jerusalem, Quds Day pushes the interrelated “Palestinian” national and Islamic religious narratives of the Holy City belonging to “Palestinians”, and Muslims more broadly.
Barrett is involved with a website named “Truth Jihad.” On it, he pushes narratives describing Islamic mass murder terrorist attacks as false flag operations; framing them as the work of Zionists.
Last week’s attempted mass murder of Republican representatives by James Hodginskon (a supporter of neo-Marxist senator Bernie Sanders), suggests Barrett, was a false flag operation.
The Islamic terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, alleges Barrett, were also false flag operations. He describes himself as belonging to the "9/11 truth movement."
Barrett rejects what he describes as the "Holy Trinity of Holocaust Orthodoxy":
[Kevin Barrett] asserts that the "Holy Trinity of Holocaust Orthodoxy" – a bureacratically-administered extermination plan, millions killed in hydrogen cyanide gas chambers, and six million murdered Jews – is demonstrably false. [He] says has not yet done enough research to know what the truth is, but does know that when historians are sent to prison rather than refuted, one suspects they might be on to something. (Only an idiot would deny that!)
Jewish and Zionist organizations such as B'nai Brith, suggests Barrett in an allegedly received email from a "Christian who has worked with intelligence agencies," are destroyers of Christian and Islam:
"Kevin, you have finally been totally validated as a scholar and academic. Bnai Brith is a secret Masonic organization that is pure Zionist. It is also run by Luciferians and dedicated to the destruction of Christian and Islamic societies and faiths. These are the folks behind 90% of pornography according to some journalists and are basically anti-Christian and anti-society, dedicated to the destruction of everything. Their leaders’ motto is order ab chaos."
An online profile of Barrett describes him as a "Ph.D. and Arabist-Islamologist" and "one of the America's best-known critics of the War on Terror.
Barrett previously held a lecturer position at the University of Wisconsin, teaching a course entitled "Islam: Religion and Culture." A section of the course entitled "revisionist theory" suggested that the Islamic terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 were an inside job overseen by the Bush administration.