What Poland's New Holocaust Bill Gets Right - and What It Gets Very Wrong
The bill, which prohibits speaking of Nazi death camps in Poland as 'Polish,' isn't Holocaust denial, but it is marking Poland as a country denying its past. With that, it joins a shameful club of nations, of which Israel is no stranger.
On August 16, the Polish cabinet approved a bill, drafted by the Justice Ministry, that would impose prison terms of up to three years on anyone convicted of referring to the death camps operated by Nazi...
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