Christmas gift from Zion’s prisoner

Painted in prison on Christmas Day by Ernst Zundel

In the spirit of goodwill to all, we sent Christmas cards to prisoners of conscience, those prisoners behind Zionist prison bars for the “crime” of asking a few questions about history. The “world’s premier thought-criminal” in Germany, Ernst Zundel, thanked us by painting in prison on Christmas Day the beautiful card-sized painting you see at the left. We wonder: Would your painted images be as tender as this one if you were suddenly thrown into prison for “thought crimes“?

Of course, we are not the only ones who visit or send comfort to prisoners of Zion. As Orthodox Christian Israel Shamir has noted, Professor Dan McGowan visited Ernst Zundel in 2006 and noted that

[T]he Chairman of Deir Yassin Remembered, Prof Dan McGowan visited and comforted the German political prisoner of Zion, Ernst Zündel. Visiting prisoners is a great mitzvah, a good deed which is counted twice, on earth and on heaven, and the Lord is blessed as “matir asurim”, He Who Releases Prisoners. Whoever visits and comforts a prisoner is like one who comforts Christ, and he will be comforted. By spreading the news of his visit, we participate in McGowan’s good deed and benefit of his virtue.


One Response to Christmas gift from Zion’s prisoner

  1. Wow! What a wonderful exhibition of good will and selflessness on Ernst’s part. And on Christmas Day as well.

    Considering that Mr. Zundel likely received hundreds if not thousands of cards during the Christmas season it’s remarkable that he would find the time to paint cards for specific friends.

    You are blessed to have such a gift.


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