Markus Reichert meets with Polish Jews in Krakow and discovers a new sense of Jewish identity. Just an hour’s drive from Auschwitz, more and more young Polish Jews are keen to discover their roots.
The German capital has put together a comprehensive approach to fight anti-Semitic hatred. So why is this initiative happening at a local and not a federal level? The reasons, DW found out, are complex.
Poland's ruling party and a veterans' association have demanded that Polish victims of Auschwitz be better commemorated. They say non-Jewish victims are ignored due to the main focus on remembering the Holocaust.
Israel's acting foreign minister said Poles had "sucked anti-Semitism from their mothers' milk." Poland's prime minister slammed the comments as "unacceptable" and "racist."
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