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Canadian authorities this week moved to deport a German man for publishing neo-Nazi books and pamphlets. A report by the Canadian Security Intelligence Service said the man, Ernst Zundel, was a security risk because he could incite white supremacists to violence. Zundel, 63, has published books with titles like The Hitler We Loved and Why since the 1970s. He has also published articles denying the Holocaust occurred. Canada plans to send Zundel back to Germany, where he faces criminal charges for inciting hatred on his Web site. “They are going to ship me off to the fatherland,” Zundel said.

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