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    • Maciej
    • 25.07.11 | 18:45 (IDT)

    This is really surprising. Poland is supposed to be an Israel ally now. Despite all that hatred and racial prejudice coming from Israeli right - wing toward Polish people , which disregards completely differences in Polish society. I experienced that myself. I'm not anti-semitic because I adhere to humanitarian values. In fact one my best friends is a Jew from France. Israeli right wing is not welcome in Poland by many. Please do be aware of that. Israeli right wing has no right to capture Jewish identity and heritage. It has nothing to with antisemitism. Many people of Jewish origin are well - respected scientist, politicians and artists. They are not discriminated against by any means. When it comes to politics Jews are prominent members even of a conservative party. It is more likely to be discriminated against by right - wing Jews in Europe as a Pole than vice versa.

    from the article: Netanyahu cancels Poland visit as housing protests take Israel by storm
    First published 15:27 25.07.11 | Last updated 15:27 25.07.11
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