Islamic activist admits he donated cash to jailed historian who denied the Holocaust


MPAC (Muslim Public Affairs Committee), which strongly denies allegations that it is Anti-Semitic, has showed their True Face: Anti-Semitic. Founder member of MPAC Asghar Bukhari, which describes itself as Britain’s largest Muslim civil rights group, sent money to Irving (David Irving, the controversial historian who for years denied the Holocaust took place) and urged Islamic websites to ask visitors to make donations to his fighting fund. I still don’t understand how anyone can deny holocaust, its just shame. People now days I guess forget one word “Humanity”. Shame!!

One of Britain’s most prominent speakers on Muslim issues is today exposed as a supporter of David Irving, the controversial historian who for years denied the Holocaust took place.

Asghar Bukhari, a founder member of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee (MPAC), which describes itself as Britain’s largest Muslim civil rights group, sent money to Irving and urged Islamic websites to ask visitors to make donations to his fighting fund.

Bukhari contacted the discredited historian, sentenced this year to three years in an Austrian prison for Holocaust denial, after reading his website. He headed his mail to Irving with a quotation attributed to the philosopher John Locke: ‘All that is needed for evil to triumph is for good people to stand idle.’

 

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Muslims may join Holocaust Day


Finally Some one talking Sense?….

SENIOR members of the Muslim Council of Britain are planning to end its boycott of Holocaust Memorial Day, The Times has learnt.

Members of the council will meet next month to vote on whether to rescind the boycott.

Increasing numbers of moderates on the council believe a boycott is no longer tenable. One senior insider said there was an increasing likelihood of the boycott coming to an end because it risked doing more harm than good to Britain’s 1.6 million Muslims.

 

The proposal has the full backing of Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari, the council’s new secretary-general, who said a small committee of the council was working on a proposal to put before the 70-member central working committee in December.

“I want Holocaust Memorial Day to be inclusive,” he said. “If the words ‘Never again’ are to have any meaning, it has to be inclusive.”

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