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January 13, 1999
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A Polish priest who made repeated anti-Semitic statements in the past was criticized by several bishops for selling anti-Semitic publications at his parish church. Father Henryk Jankowski reportedly moved the bookstand from the church to his residence next door after two representatives of the Gdansk archbishop ordered him to stop selling what they described as books that “promote hatred.”

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