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August 16, 2005
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A Polish priest criticized laws allegedly imposed on his country by “Jewish bankers” and others. Henryk Jankowski, who was banned from preaching for a year because of anti-Semitic remarks made in 1997, made the comments Sunday in Gdansk during 25th-anniversary celebrations of the anti-communist strikes that were a precursor to the fall of the Iron Curtain, Reuters reported.

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