Ronald Lauderdate: Kacper Pempel / Reuters
The Polish leaders must clearly condemn anti-Semitism. This statement was made at the world Jewish Congress, reports Reuters.
“Religious and political leaders of Poland must condemn anti-Semitic actions in the country,” said may 15, the head of the world Jewish Congress Ronald Lauder. He also criticized the protesters on the streets of Warsaw with anti-Jewish and anti-American slogans and the ceremony of burning effigies of Judas.
May 14, Israel was an attack on the Ambassador of Poland Marek Magierowski in front of the Embassy in tel Aviv. It is reported that the Ambassador himself has not received considerable damage, and the assailant was arrested. The incident could be linked to recent anti-Semitic actions in Poland.
It is noted that hundreds of Polish right-wing activists were held may 11 in Warsaw in protest against a U.S. law on the restitution of Jewish property seized during or after the Second world war.
Earlier, Poland has canceled the visit of the Israeli delegation refused to discuss the issue of compensation for material damage during the Second world war.
At the end of April in Poland held a ceremony of burning effigies of Judas after a decade in the city Pruchnik. Before combustion, the layout of the Apostle was beaten with sticks and a demonstration walked through the city.
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