World Jewish Congress condemns antisemitic effigy burning in Poland

April 22, 2019 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Reacting to reports that on April 19th, an image of Judas Iscariot made to look like a stereotypical Jew had been hanged and burned in effigy in the town of Pruchnik in south-eastern Poland as a part of an Easter ritual with hundreds of people including children taking part, World Jewish Congress CEO Robert Singer expresses disgust and outrage at this latest blatantly antisemitic manifestation.


“Jews are deeply disturbed by this ghastly revival of medieval antisemitism that led to unimaginable violence and suffering,” Singer said. “One can only wonder how John Paul II who taught Catholics in his native Poland and all over the world that antisemitism is a sin against God and man wpuld have reacted to this flagrant rejection of his teachings. We can only hope that the Church and other institutions will do their best to overcome these frighful prejudices which are a blot on Poland’s good nam

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One Response to “World Jewish Congress condemns antisemitic effigy burning in Poland”
  1. Adrian Jackson says:

    Polish Roman Catholics, so what can we expect !!

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