Relations between Poland and Israel have been at a breaking point related to tensions surrounding the deeply controversial question of restitution of Jewish property seized during or after World War II, as well as over accusations that Warsaw’s nationalist PiS government has facilitated a recent revival of anti-Semitic behavior, which it denies.
Already heightened tensions broke into the open this week during a dramatic incident involving Poland’s ambassador to Israel being spat upon while on a street in Tel Aviv, according to Israeli police.
Poland’s Foreign Ministry has reportedly summoned the Israeli ambassador in Warsaw over the incident, which Israel said was under investigation.
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