Israel and Poland Have Agreed to Talks Over a Controversial Holocaust ‘Blame’ Bill

Source: Time


3:03 AM EST

(JERUSALEM) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday night that Israel and Poland have agreed to hold talks seeking to resolve the uproar over proposed Polish legislation that would outlaw blaming Poland for any crimes committed during the Holocaust.

Earlier, Israel’s Foreign Ministry had summoned a Polish envoy to express its displeasure at the bill. But Polish officials dug in their heels, saying the measure was being misinterpreted and its wording would not be changed.


Netanyahu then spoke by phone with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki late Sunday.

“The two agreed that teams from the two countries would open an immediate dialogue in order to try to reach understandings regarding the legislation,” Netanyahu’s office said in a statement.

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  1. The Israel lobby is trying that laws should be passed all over the world to criminalize any criticism of Israel. It seems the Polish government has learned something from Israel and would now like to punish any ‘bad talk’ of Poles …

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