Bedfellows

We have written about British historian David Irving several times, including here. Irving’s long, strange career has culminated in his being an important spokesman for the Holocaust-denial movement, a “crime” for which he was sentenced to prison in Austria.
The Observer now reports that the Muslim Public Affairs Committee (MPAC), which describes itself as Britain’s largest Muslim civil rights group, has provided financial support to Irving out of appreciation for his writings on the Holocaust:

In one email Bukhari [a founder of MPAC] tells Irving: ‘You may feel like you are on your own but rest assured many people are with you in your fight for the Truth.’ Bukhari pledges to make a donation of

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