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August 23, 1991 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-23

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Rome (JTA) — Polish state
and local leaders have come
out strongly in support of the
country's tiny Jewish com-
munity in the wake of the
desecration of Warsaw's
historic Jewish cemetery
recently.
President Lech Walesa
conveyed his sympathy to
the Jewish community in a
letter sent to the cemetery
director. And Arkadiusz
Rybicki, head of Mr.
Walesa's committee on
Polish-Jewish relations, laid
a wreath at the site of the
vandalism and appeared on
Polish television condemn-
ing the action.
"He said that if this was
just vandalism, it was van-
dalism of the worst kind," a
Jewish source in Warsaw
said in a telephone inter-
view.
"He added that if it was
politically motivated van-
dalism, it was harmful to
Poland," said the source,
who requested anonymity.
Local political leaders in
Warsaw also placed wreaths
and flowers at the site.
The vandalism was played
up in the Polish media,
which showed pictures of a
smashed tombstone and
numerous anti-Semitic
slogans scrawled on graves.
A monument to Jewish
soldiers was also defaced.
"It is a very unpleasant
occurrence," said the Jewish
source in Warsaw. "It seems
to be part of a rising tide of
violence — not just anti-
Semitic, but anti-Gypsy, too.
There is something unplea-
sant in the atmosphere."
"Not long before the
cemetery was vandalized, a
group of skinheads roughed
up Warsaw Rabbi
Menachem Joskowicz," the
source reported. "The elder-
ly, white-bearded rabbi for-
tunately was not seriously
injured."
Stanislaw Krajewski, a
Polish Jewish leader and
Warsaw representative of
the American Jewish Con-
gress, said of the cemetery
desecration: "This is a very
bad kind of vandalism. It is
of concern to all Jews here,
as Jewish cemeteries are
such an important part of
the Jewish reality in Poland.
I am very glad of the clear of-
ficial reaction, which has
been well publicized so that
it can reach everyone.
"This is a correct change
from the earlier official at-
titude," he said, "which was
to remain silent in the face
of such occurrences.

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