A sign featuring a swastika and Star of David, graffitied at the Soviet Military Cemetery Mausoleum in Warsaw, Poland, March 2017. PAWEL SUPERNAK / EPA

These Are the Things That Get Jews Branded as ‘anti-Polish’ in Warsaw These Days

Although tensions sparked by the government’s controversial ‘Holocaust law’ appear to have subsided, at least for the time being, this is not a good time to bring up old wounds in Poland – or anti-Semitism for that matter. The first in a series of special reports

WARSAW – Michal Bilewicz, a social scientist who monitors anti-Semitism in Poland, apologizes and picks up the phone that’s ringing. No sooner has he recognized the voice on the other end than he cuts the...

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