Mate, look. The Polish government went to great lengths and yet you're still unhappy. You even complain about what you refer to as the logo. It was supposed to be a symbol, something everyone wears on this day. Even TV presenters wear it today. It makes this day noticed by the average Pole and that is the point. If I was Radek Sikorski, the foreign minister about whose letter you complain, or his Jewish wife, I would find it hard not to bear grudge after such an article appears in Haaretz on this special day. I'm pretty sure, Roman Frister, Haaretz's Polish Jewish Correspondent from Warsaw would agree this article is at least inappropriate. What can we Poles do to make you Jews happy? We would really like to know.
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from the article: In Poland, a well-meaning commemoration of Warsaw Ghetto uprising