Despite anti-Semitism Fears, Poland’s Jews Refuse to Hide Away

Tensions have been running high since the government passed its ‘Holocaust law’ in January, but Jewish organizations insist they will carry on as normal – ‘until the first stone comes through the window.’ The second in a series of special reports

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Orthodox Jews walking through the Polish city of Lezajsk as they commemorate the 231st anniversary of the death of one of the founding fathers of the Hasidic movement, Elimelech, March 2018.
Orthodox Jews walking through the Polish city of Lezajsk as they commemorate the 231st anniversary of the death of one of the founding fathers of the Hasidic movement, Elimelech, March 2018.Credit: KACPER PEMPEL/ REUTERS
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Warsaw

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