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3.9.2017. 0:35
Poljska
 



Catholic bishop apologises for Jedwabne massacre


At a ceremony marking the 76th anniversary of the Jedwabne pogrom on Monday, a bishop apologised in the name of the Catholic Church for the murder of the Polish town’s Jews in 1941. Bishop Rafal Markowski, who heads the Council for Religious Dialogue and the Committee for Dialogue with Judaism, was participating in the memorial ceremony in the northeast Poland town for the first time.

Na ceremoniji , koja je označila 76- godišnjicu pogroma u Jedwahne , biskup se ispričao u ime Katoličke crkve  za 1941.  ubijanje Židova iz  poljskog grada. Biskup Rafal Markowski,  koji je vođa Concila za religiozni dijalog i  Komiteta za dijalog sa Judaizmom, prvi puta je prisustvovao ceremoniji u tom  najsjevernijem gradu Poljske . Rekao je  na ceremonji : "Katolička crkva žali za smrt svih onih koji su trpili torture, bol i poniženja, i koji su ovdje umrli". U isto vrijeme  Crkva osjeća bol članova poljske nacije , osobito Katolika  kojih su doprinijeli  tim bolima i na kraju smrti".

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..Jedwabne has become a symbol of the rift in Polish-Jewish relations after historical research revealed that the town’s Jews were murdered at the initiative, and with the full cooperation of, their Polish neighbours, without any Nazi intervention or orders.

The precise number of those murdered is unknown, but historians estimate that it ranges from between 800 to 1,600 people.

A representative on behalf of the office of Polish President Andrzej Duda also attended the ceremony, as did Poland’s chief rabbi, Michael Schudrich, and the German ambassador to Poland.