Poland Is Back On Track

An employee of the museum at a former Nazi German death camp in Poland has been charged with anti-Semitism along with five other men, local media and police said Saturday.

Officers detained the Poles in the eastern city of Lublin on Thursday and charged them with incitement to hatred, after three of them were caught putting up posters at bus stops reading “Zionists Leave Lublin”, police said in a statement.

The group has been active for the past 4 years, posting anti-Zionist and anti-Semetic posters.  Previous posters targeted Tomasz Pietrasiewicz, the director of “Grodzka Gate – NN Theater” Center – a Jewish culture theater in Lublin, who has been the target of a hate campaign. [...]

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