Anti-Semitism without Jews
By Avi Beker

There is a double paradox in Poland today – Jewish revival without Jews and anti-Semitism without Jews. The Krakow Jewish festival is being held for the 16th time this year and organizers expect more than 10,000 people to attend its closing concert on Saturday night.

Almost nothing of Krakow’s glorious Jewish past remains, yet the festival it hosts has become the most colorful and talked about Jewish cultural event in Europe, attracting many tourists from all over the world.