Jews, Rabbi Attacked in Polish Towns
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Jews, Rabbi Attacked in Polish Towns

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Many persons were beaten and fifty windows broken in anti-Semitic disorders yesterday at Bodzentyn near Kielce.

Nationalists attacked a rabbi of Kopitschnitz visiting Hassidic Jews at Tarnopol, but were driven off.

Police searching homes of Nationalists at Otwock discovered two bombs and explosives which, they said, were to be used in blowing up the Karczew synagogue. Five were arrested.

The Jewish community of Warsaw and the local rabbinate decided to send a delegation to the Government to protest attacks on the Jewish religion made by attorneys in the trial in Radom District Court which arose from disorders in Przytyk.

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