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April 17, 2006
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A Polish priest apologized for allowing anti-Semitic statements to be broadcast on a radio station he runs. “We did not mean to hurt anyone’s feelings,” said Tadeusz Rydzyk of the statements made on Radio Maryja in which a commentator called demands for land restitution for Polish Jews a “Holocaust business” and said Jewish groups sought bribes in the early 1990s in exchange for Jewish support for Poland’s entry into NATO.

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