On the images that are on a Polish news site are published, is to see how children and adults a pop dragging and it with sticks to the body. The pop represents Judas Iscariot, the apostle who Jesus Christ for thirty pieces of silver uitleverde to the Romans, with the crucifixion as a result. The doll has a large hooked nose, pijpenkrullen and a black hat: a clear caricature stereotyping of orthodox Jews. It doesn't stop there, after the pack up, the now headless ‘Judas’ on fire and in a river thrown.Read also Poland attenuate controversial 'Holocaust law'
“the Jews are deeply troubled by this terrible revival of medieval anti-semitism to unimaginable violence and suffering resulted,” said the WJC against the BBC. Nazi Germany killed at least three million Polish jews during the Second world War (1939-1945). In the holocaust, more than six million jews to the life, the majority of them died in the nazi death camps in occupied Poland.
The incident comes at a time when the Polish-Israeli relations at a low point. The withdrawing Israeli Foreign minister, Yisrael Katz, spent in February, a decision of ex-prime minister Itzak Shamir (1915-2012) under the attention. Shamir, who in the former Polish territory was growing up, before he, as a young man in his twenties to Palestine emigrated, once declared “the Poland anti-semitism have ingested with the milk.” Katz used the ruling on the dispute between the two countries on the question of whether Poland during the Second world War, whether or not gecollaboreerd with the nazi occupiers. Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu had already hinted at the collaboration in Poland. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of Poland's ruling party PiS, demanded it apologize.
The images from the south-eastern village do painfully reminiscent of a scene from the black comedy " Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan’ (2006). The character created by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen is a fictional report can be seen in its home country of Kazakhstan where he reports of an annual event, where children and grown-up pop with clichéd stereotyping of an orthodox jewish man to smithereens store. Unlike the Borat-comedy are the images from Poland did really.