Israeli and Polish presidents call together for more efforts to combat anti-Semitism

 Presidents Reuven Rivlin ad Andrzej Duda shared a news conference at the 75th anniversary ceremonies since the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birknau death camps. They called together on Monday for greater global efforts to fight anti-Jewish prejudice in the world. President Duda did not attend the world Holocaust forum in Jerusalem last week due to a dispute over Poland’s role in WWII.

 

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6 thoughts on “Israeli and Polish presidents call together for more efforts to combat anti-Semitism

  • Jan 27, 2020 @ 18:24 at 18:24
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    In the 14th Century European Powers of Spain, France & Italy Started to Exile Jewish People from their Nations. Only Turkey & Poland Welcomed Those Exiled and became Major Economic, Military, & Educational Bastions of Powers in the 14, 15 & 16th Centuries. Lessons of History Still Excel & Prevail Today. Israel has is a Beacon of Enlightenment, Economics & Innovation for the Entire Mideast & Globally. Egypt, Jordan & Arabia are Accepting & Embracing the Jewish Culture to Share in the Benefits Versus those that Practice Hate.

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    • Jan 27, 2020 @ 18:45 at 18:45
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      Really and when did this happen GST?

      Israel is a racist apartheid State that is on record as pretty much the only state still performing ethnic cleansing. So i guess it all comes down to what we consider a “Beacon of Enlightenment” to be.

      The religious n#tters would see your ethnic cleansing as wonderful as their entire belief system is based on pr#judice and hatred of other religions with them been saved either by been beamed up by Jesus or extermination of all other peoples (thats your Talmudic Jewboy view) with only slaves remaining.

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      • Jan 27, 2020 @ 19:11 at 19:11
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        Burma? Sri Lanka?

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        • Jan 27, 2020 @ 20:59 at 20:59
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          I was not aware that they Sri Lanka and Burma were also involved in ethnic cleansing. Sudan is recall had some of that as well.

          Still my point regards Israel stands, “Beacon of Enlightenment” indeed 🤣

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      • Jan 28, 2020 @ 1:06 at 1:06
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        Center of the Jewish world: 1505–72: Poland became more tolerant just as the Jews were expelled from Spain in 1492, as well as from Austria, Hungary and Germany, thus stimulating Jewish immigration to the much more accessible Poland. Indeed, with the expulsion of the Jews from Spain, Poland became the recognized haven for exiles from Western Europe; and the resulting accession to the ranks of Polish Jewry made it the cultural and spiritual center of the Jewish People. Source: George Sanford, Historical Dictionary of Poland (2nd ed.) Oxford: The Scarecrow Press, 2003. p. 79.

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  • Jan 28, 2020 @ 1:10 at 1:10
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    Influx of Sephardic Jews from Iberia: The number of native Jews was soon bolstered by small groups of Ashkenazi Jews that immigrated to the Ottoman Empire between 1421–1453. Source: Avigdor Levy; The Jews of the Ottoman Empire, New Jersey, (1994)

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