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Israeli Embassy condemns anti-Semitic comments by Polish judge

September 13th, 2019

The Israeli embassy in Poland has slammed in a statement sent to PAP anti-Semitic comments from 2015 posted online by Polish judge Jaroslaw Dudzicz and published on Friday by the Gazeta Wyborcza daily. "With great sadness, anxiety and indignation, we have read in the media about the anti-Semitic entry in the online forum by judge Jaroslaw Dudzicz. We are convinced that appropriate legal steps will be taken in this matter," the statement read. On Thursday, Gazeta Wyborcza reported that Dudzicz, serving as deputy spokesman for the National Council of the Judiciary (KRS) wrote in an online post that Jews are 'a despicable filthy nation, they do not deserve anything."


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