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Dina Rickman@dinarickman
Saturday 13 June 2015 16:00

Meet Asghar Bukhari.

The founding member of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK (MPAC UK) posted a public rant last night where he questioned whether Zionists had stolen his shoe to intimidate him. Really.

The best part? He included a picture.

The post was picked up on Twitter where it was widely - and deservedly - mocked.

Update: MPAC UK has confirmed that Asghar Bukhari remains one of their spokespeople.

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