Though an effective campaign slogan, Polish refusal to consider restitution for Jewish property will continue beyond the elections since the current generation of Poles share their predecessors' view of Jews
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin have been engaged in a flurry of discussions recently, at least some of which are likely tied to Iranian activities in Syria.
In Warsaw, nationalists say Poland’s sold out to the Jews. In Jerusalem, that Poles breastfeed their babies anti-Semitism. Is there a way out of the bitter disputes about WWII now dominated by deniers, manipulators and extremists?