Widows of Munich victims last night condemned Jeremy Corbyn’s visit to graves of terrorists linked with the massacre.
They demanded an apology for what they described as an ‘act of maliciousness, cruelty and stupidity’.
The Labour leader also came under pressure from Jewish groups and his own MPs over his ‘despicable’ trip to Tunisia.
He has refused to answer key questions about the visit to a cemetery where members of Black September – the terror group that killed 11 Israelis at the 1972 Olympics – are buried.
The Mail’s revelations about the trip in 2014 have deepened the anti-Semitism row engulfing Mr Corbyn. Photographs in Saturday’s newspaper showed him holding a wreath near the graves of those implicated in Black September and the Munich attack. Mr Corbyn was also apparently observing a prayer during a service to honour Palestinian ‘martyrs’.