Roger Garaudy

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Born17 July 1913
Marseille, France
Died13 June 2012 (Age 98)
Paris, France
ReligionProtestantism, Catholicism, Islam
Victim of • Jewish Power
• Fabius_Gayssot Act

Roger Garaudy, later Ragaa Garaudy was a French philosopher, French resistance fighter and a prominent communist author.


Garaudy converted to Islam in 1982. In 1998, he was convicted under the Fabius-Gayssot Act for writing and publishing a book titled The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics, in which he had quoted extensively from material by Dr Robert Faurisson (without attribution) and from Barbara Kulaszka's book Did Six Million Really Die? (with attribution). He was fined $50,000. The trial stimulated an avalanche of Revisionist thought and activity in the Moslem world, much to the chagrin of Israel [1]


A Document by Roger Garaudy

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
File:Israeli Founding Myths.pdfBook1995Israel
"The Holocaust"
Nuremberg Trials
Described by the author as "...the History of a Heresy". It presents evidence-based criticisms of official narratives that remain absolute taboo in the West, most notably on The Holocaust, Zionism, and the Nuremberg Tribunal