The Jewish muzeum in Warsaw is financed by the American billionaire Taub with belayef smaller donation from Polish Government - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • MZ
    • 16.01.14 | 13:43 (IST)

    Polish government was shamed into financialy contributing to the construction of the muzeum of Polish Jews in Warsaw. The financila assistance by Polish government is appreciated. But the driving force to organize and build the museum is from Jewish organizations and individuals in USA and Israel. Poles had plenty of time to doi this over the perior between 1945 and 2000 but did nothing until Jewsih peopl in the Western democracies pushhed the idea of a muzeum of Polish Jews. Thank you Pokes but you are tardy and late with regards to Jews who are descebdant of 3.5 Million Polish Jews. Why did it take you so long? You waited until only 6000 Jews are left in Poland (Polsh population now numbers over 32 People. Effectively Poland is Judenfrei! Tjis fact appears to make Poles feel free and Happy ithout Zydy (Jews)

    from the article: Beyond good and evil: Hitler, Stalin and Poland's Jews
    First published 12:10 07.01.14 | Last updated 12:10 07.01.14
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