Mind you, the new law says nothing about remembering the 3 million Polish Jews who were murdered in their home country...
“The free and independent Poland of today, my generation, is not responsible and does not need to apologize. But ... to those who were driven out then ..."
It appears that Poles are convinced the world owes them an apology for their collaboration with the Nazis as well as for murders of Jews they initiated themselves.
"There is evidence that Poles persecuted the Jews as vigorously as did the Germans during the occupation."
The Israeli and Polish teams are comprised of historians, journalists, jurists and legislators.
The Foreign Ministry's announcement relied on an interpretation of an interview with Polish justice minister Zbigniew Ziobro, where he may have said that the law will not be implemented at this time, before a review by Poland's Constitutional Court.
A team from Poland will be arriving in Israel to discuss how the law should be amended,.
The video features several American Jews who dare the Polish government to arrest them for daring to pronounce the verboten words: "Polish Holocaust."
The protest follows the drawing of swastikas and hate slogans on the Polish Embassy building in Tel Aviv.
“The Polish prime minister’s remarks are grave,” Hotovely said, “and they call for an apology to the Jewish people for the distortion of Holocaust remembrance."
During and after the war, the Holy Cross Mountains Brigade was accused of enjoying the support of the German occupation, and the Home Army, the national underground, described its members as being treasonous and openly fascist.
“There is a problem here of an inability to understand history and a lack of sensitivity to the tragedy of our people,” Netanyahu said.
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Israeli lawmakers are calling for a reduction in the country's level of diplomatic engagement with Poland.
It is believed that the reason for returning the law to the Justice Ministry is the wave of anti-Semitism sweeping Poland.