Many Jews who live in Poland say propaganda and online hate speech is growing worse, and say they no longer feel safe. In part, they blame Warsaw's new law forbidding the association of the country with World War II concentration camps.
Jewish life is returning to Poland, but it’s a painstaking process – one that isn’t made any easier by the current government’s policies on commemoration. Rina Soloveitchik pays a visit to a Jewish community in Warsaw.
Rappers Kollegah and Farid Bang have come under fire for lyrics comparing themselves to Holocaust victims. Lawmakers, business leaders and Jewish groups have all condemned the pair.
"Why do you still search for Nazis?" people ask. So the Nazis will be robbed of sleep, says Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean and founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles.
Presidents Andrzej Duda and Reuven Rivlin came together to pay tribute to the dead and promise "never again anti-Semitism." The march came at a time of tension between the countries due to a new law in Poland.
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