Police, prosecutors and judges are doing little to curb growth of xenophobic art form employing phrases such as 'Jews out.’4 comments
Roman Frister, born in 1928, is a Holocaust survivor who immigrated to Israel in 1957, served for 25 years as a Haaretz staff member and 16 years as director of the Koteret School of Journalism in Tel Aviv. He is currently the Haaretz correspondent in Warsaw. He is also the author of several non-fiction books that have been translated into nine languages. Married with three children. Enjoys life.