Moshe Feiglin: Righteous Poles the Exception
I don’t understand why we don’t remind Poland of the pogroms after the war. The tens of Jews who were slaughtered in Kielce in 1946. And there were other slaughters, as well. A Jew who returned to Poland after his liberation from the concentration camps was taking his life into his hands. Not because of the Russians. Because of the Poles.
True, there were righteous Poles who saved Jews. And it is true that the organized and industrialized murder of the Jews was perpetrated by the Germans, may their names be erased. But the righteous Poles were the exception. The general Polish public were the hyenas waiting for the spoils. They were and they remain.