Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Mateusz Morawiecki said earlier this year at a Holocaust commemoration in Warsaw that two of his aunts, one of whom is living in Israel, survived the genocide thanks to non-Jewish Poles.
The Czech Republic, Hungary and the Phillipines are said to have expressed interest in moving their embassies to the city.
Rocks and bricks were thrown at the Muslim Cultural Center in Warsaw, smashing the windows of the building; it is not the first time the building has been targeted.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Kenya making his third visit to Africa in a year and a half.
Australia has seen a 9 percent increase in anti-Semitic incidents over the past year, an annual report revealed, including several involving the rabbi and his family.
Israel’s ambassador to Macedonia dismissed a charge that such calls are "counterproductive."
The students were assigned to re-create a Nazi laboratory to highlight the supposed progress made by doctors working in concentration camps.
He also pledged to conduct a comprehensive review of his country's relations with the Jewish state.
Poland's interior minister expressed pride in the event, which featured signs such as "Sieg Heil" and "Remove Jewry from power."
The British royal also expressed hope that a U.S. president would stand up to the "Jewish lobby."


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