The anti-Semitism of the Confederation may be an issue if the party’s politicians continue to spread their viewpoints in parliament, declared Israeli ambassador to Poland Alexander Ben Zvi.
The ambassador stated in an interview in Super Express that the Confederation has “people who have anti-Semitic views and are outspoken against Jews.”
He underlined that although he is a diplomat, he is also a Jew, and if the Confederation will speak against Jews, he has the right to speak out against them.
Ben Zvi indicates that the Confederation “may become a problem” on a national political scale, saying, “We’ll see how they’ll behave in the Sejm [parliament’s lower house]. If they will repeat their anti-Semitic slogans, it will be an issue,” said the ambassador.
Previously, the ambassador has claimed that the presence of the Confederation in the parliament disappointed him and he is worried by their anti-Semitic position.