Wrocław adopts the IHRA working definition of antisemitism

"Wrocław is an open and hospitable city, breathing freedom on a daily basis, where issues of equal treatment, human rights, and tolerance occupy a fundamental place," said the city deputy mayor during the signing.

Poland stripped immunity from a far-right lawmaker who extinguished Hanukkah candles

Warsaw District Prosecutor told a parliamentary committee that he would face charges, including destruction of property, violation of bodily integrity, and insulting objects of religious worship.

Gdańsk Ghetto memorial plaque vandalised

Established by the Nazis during World War II, the Gdańsk Ghetto confined thousands of Jewish residents to deplorable conditions, marked by forced labor and severe restrictions.

Wrocław synagogue vandalised with antisemitic tags

Polish police is investigating the crime, which they say was likely committed by a lone perpetrator.

Far-right Polish lawmaker uses fire extinguisher on Hanukkah candles in parliament

Grzegorz Braun of the extreme right Confederation party described Hanukkah as "satanic".

Chief Rabbi of Poland: “Unity is our secret weapon”

In an exclusive interview with Jared Feldschreiber of the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, Rabbi Schudrich offers an essential Talmudic guide to better equip and assist Jews in navigating both spiritually and pragmatically through these challenging times.

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