By Dana Gloger, June 6, 2008
A charity event in South London next month to raise money for a Polish radio station widely regarded as antisemitic has sparked anger.
Staunchly religious Radio Maryja, which describes itself as a “Catholic voice in your home”, is Poland’s most popular radio station, attracting around a million listeners daily.
It was set up in 1991 by Father Tadeusz Rydzyk, 63, a priest often accused of being antisemitic. In 2005, he urged listeners to vote for the right-wing Law and Justice party.