Ms Delich, quite inadvertently, posted a short message on the activist list of the University & College Union [UCU] which referred to an article written in 2006 by Joe Quinn The article ‘Racism, not Defence, at the heart of Israeli politics was, as are many things that people on the Left write, purloined by ex-Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and white supremacist, David Duke. It is an unfortunate fact that the far-right, having few ideas of their own, often steal articles of their opponents to bolster their own academic credentials.Two things struck me here. Trivially, I am not sure how you "quite inadvertently" post something.
More importantly, the far right "purloin" things from the far left not to "bolster their academic credentials" but only when far leftists say things that bolster their worldview. In other words, if you take a consistent line against all forms of racial thinking and against conspiracy theories, then you are unlikely to find your words purloined by the far right. However, if you constantly attack Israel in racist language, or suggest that a Jewish world conspiracy was responsible for the 9/11 attacks then, yes, you might find your articles purloined by the Klan.