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2.9.2017. 23:11
Poljska
 


EJC expresses grave concern over rise in antisemitism in Poland

Europski Židovski kongres je veoma zabrinut zbog porasta antisemitizma u Poljskoj 


The European Jewish Congress (EJC) has expressed its grave concerns about the deteriorating relationship between the Polish Government and the Jewish community, especially as recent events in Poland demonstrates that antisemitism is on the rise there.  “We have seen a dramatic rise in recent antisemitic incidents in Poland, which appear to have coincided with the Polish Government closing its communications with the official representatives of the Jewish community,” 

ECJ je veoma zabrinut zbog pogoršanja odnosa između Poljske vlade i Židovske zajednice, jer posljednji događaji u Poljskoj demonstriraju da je antisemitizam u porastu.  " Mi vidimo dramatički porast  antisemitskih incidenata koji koincidiraju sa "zatvaranjem" komunikacija  vlade sa  službenim predstavnicima   židovske zajednice. 

" Dr.Moše Kantor , predsjednik ECJ je rekao  " Širom Europe se vlade konzultiraju sa lokalnim liderima zajednica  kako bi koordinirali odgovore na antisemitizam. Međutim Poljska  je slučaj  u kome vodstvo zemlje ima malo interesa  za dijalog  sa židovskom zajednicom"

Već oko godinu dana se nijedan poljski ministar u vladi nije se sastao sa vodstvom  Union of Jewish Communities u Poland, koji su  predstavnici organizacija poljskih Židova. 

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Some of the recent rise in antisemitism that appears to have permeated many layers of Polish society include, during a public debate when Polish Television journalist Magdalena Ogórek pointed out the Jewish roots of the ancestors of Senator Marek Borowski, fascist slogans and flags of ONR Falanga regularly displayed at state ceremonies, and member of parliament Bogdan Rzońca from Prawo i Sprawiedliwość writing on social media “I wonder why, despite the Holocaust, there are so many abortionists among Jews.”


“We hope the Polish leadership will restart engagement with the Jewish community and condemn antisemitism in all its forms,” Dr. Kantor said.