Antisemitic graffiti found at Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp

Antisemitic graffiti has been discovered on barracks on the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau II Nazi death camp. The Memorial and Museum running the site condemned the act as "outrageous."

Books blaming Jews for COVID sold in Warsaw church

Many antisemitic titles were sold at a beatification ceremony, the first step toward sainthood, of two revered Catholic figures in Warsaw's main church.

Polish Jewish leaders bury remains found in former Warsaw Ghetto

Warsaw’s Jewish community buried an unidentified Holocaust victim, whose remains were discovered this summer in a building that was within the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II.

Jewish leaders protest Warsaw “anti-cancel-culture” exhibition featuring hate-speech artist

Poland’s Jewish community has protested against the inclusion of works by an...

Remains of 60 Jews found in mass WWII grave in Polish village

Remains of 60 Jews, including 20 children, have been discovered in a mass grave in a small village in Poland believed to have been dug during the Holocaust.

Holocaust scholars win appeal against Polish court ruling ordering them to apologise

Two Holocaust scholars have won an appeal against a Polish court ruling ordering them to apologise to the relative of a man whom they said had been involved in the murder of Jews. “Interference in academic research” is not the role of a court, said the judge.

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