"Radia Maryja, which itself has been accused of regularly hosting Holocaust deniers on its programs" I don't know whether Haaretz got it right. I have no doubt that Rydzyk and his crew are anti-Semitic, but I'm not sure they can be accused of Holocaust denial. The one incident I know of happened several years ago when they invited some guy who argued that Auschwitz was a "work camp" not a "death camp"...It was widely criticized at that time. In Poland there was also a case of some young professor who started to include such thesis in his work but he was quickly dismissed. You can find some weirdos, but in general Holocaust denial is extremely rare in Poland, even among anti-Semites. Irving once wanted to present his ideas during a book fare in Warsaw - he was thrown out.
Israeli PM to Palestinian President Abbas: We must fight terror together (Haaretz)
from the article: EU to give e15 million to college run by allegedly anti-Semitic priest