Read the rest at the BBC story I'm not the biggest fan of some of Blair's decisions, but comparing him to Hitler is a bit over the top. Blair and his cabinet have done everything possible to say that only a tiny fraction of muslims support terrorism. However, what I find most interesting about this story is: The support for that statement certainly reads like a massive case of denial on behalf of those 4000 people. (I don't know the full background to the situation - maybe he is popular for other reasons and so they are willing to ignore the statement?) Anyway, seeing as Dr Naseem has invoked Godwin's law, perhaps a further comparison between them and the holocaust deniers is appropriate?