Polish PM To Skip Visegrad Summit In Israel After Netanyahu’s Holocaust Remarks

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Poland’s Prime Minister has cancelled his planned attendance at the Visegrad summit in Israel this week, downgrading his country’s representation to the conference in response to remarks made by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that reignited a bitter row over Polish culpability in the Holocaust.

The last-minute notice came following a quarrel over remarks made by the Israeli premier in Warsaw over the weekend which tested the boundaries of a recent Polish Holocaust law that controversially deemed accusations of Polish complicity with Nazi crimes a criminal offense.

The Israeli leader had been visiting Warsaw to participate in a summit on Iran, which brings together countries from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Western Hemisphere, and the Middle East to discuss the Islamic Republic’s “destabilizing influence” asked about the issue by a reporter.

“Here I am saying Poles cooperated with the Nazis. I know the history and I don’t whitewash it. I bring it up,” he provocatively asserted. “Poles collaborated with the Nazis and I don’t know anyone who was ever sued for such a statement,” Netanyahu said.

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{Matzav.com}

5 COMMENTS

  1. Mr Prime Minister…the truth hurts!…right?!?!
    Try as much as you want…you CAN’T rewrite history…
    Your land is SATURATED with Jewish blood…

  2. See. Bibi hits. Even treif diets can break their nose.

    Gold Poland. $100 says they would forget Bibi juggles the same pork in his hand theirs.

    Focus a new bagel. Dump the treif. What would Hashem do?

  3. Pollock, Pollock a fish or a lamb chop.
    He who forgets takes the bets.
    a hat and a cloak; another Polish Joke.
    Demons and Rats; political fats.
    Let them eat pork!

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