A prominent Iranian-Canadian scholar is being detained in Iran after writing an article earlier this year in which he challenged Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's contention that the Holocaust was a myth.The rest here.
If it so happens that he was indeed detained for writing that article (and we don't know the details yet), then there is a certain parallel between this and arrests of deniers in Europe. Not a perfect one (correcting Mahmoud the Moonbat re: the Holocaust in no way contitutes an incitement of racial hatred), but still a good one. People should not be arrested merely for Holocaust denial - or affirmation, for that matter.
Let's see how the deniers react, though. Will they say that it makes up for "revisionists'" arrests?