11 lipca 2022
On July 10, 1941, residents of the Polish town of Jedwabne rounded up hundreds of their Jewish neighbors, corralled them into a barn and burned them to death.
"Two months after the ceremony on September 1, 2011, anti-Semitism reared its ugly head once again, as vandals defaced the Jedwabne memorial site, covering it with racist inscriptions and swastikas in green paint. Vandals also smeared a wall surrounding the memorial with signs saying "They were highly flammable" and "I'm not sorry for Jedwabne.""
By TAMARA ZIEVE Published: JULY 8, 2012, Jerusalem Post