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Roger Garaudy
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    (July 17, 1913-June 13, 2012)
    Born in Marseille, France
    Lived near Córdoba for more than 20 years of his life
    Joined French Communist Party (1933-1970)
    Converted to Catholicism, and then Islam (1982)
    Wrote ‘The Founding Myths of Modern Israel (1996)
    On trial for Holocaust Denial (1996-1998)
    Supporter for the Palestinian cause
    He is a raving Holocaust denier.
    His alias, Ragaa, sounds very much like 'reggae'.
    He made a blasphemous remark on Christianity, saying that 'the Christ of Paul is not the Jesus of the Bible'.
    He was a communist before he converted to Islam.
    He sent a videotaped message to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that Israel should stop existing (2006).
    He accused the American Government for masterminding the September 11, 2001 attacks.
    He fought against Vichy French during World War II.
    During his trial, the Muslim world gave him extensive support.
    He favors a moderate form of Marxism that negotiates with other ideologies (1956).
    The Vichy government in France during World War II imprisoned him as a POW (Prisoner of War).
    He protested against the 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, which got him expelled from the French Communist Party (1970).

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