Have you ever read "Forum Żydów Polskich"? These people message each other in private to establish a common strategy in discussions about polish anti-semitism.
If they are messaging each other in private, how do you know what they're saying?
There's also comments like "i'm a relgious Jewess i'd never marry a catholic", lovely little place where polish jews get together.
While I find this extremely disdainful, one person of one religion not wanting to marry someone of another religion doesn't make any comment on nationality. This says nothing to me about her feeling of being Polish. Despite what the church would like to have us think, you don't have to be Catholic to be Polish. She is making a comment about a religion.
None of the above is to say that I don't think there are anti-Polish Jews. There are many of them, but they're mostly to be found in the US not Poland.
I'm talking about learning from history, its always good to learn on your own mistakes, history shows that treating Jews as Poles was a mistake, the minute they got a chance there was a mass turncoat movement in which they allied themselves with Stalins Russia.
Here, we simply disagree. I don't believe there are the facts and figures to back up a 'mass turncoat movement' of Jews allying with Soviet Russia. But I think that's another discussion for another thread.
Not really, it all boils down to what you believe in, if a Jew feels he is Polish and is ready to declare "Poland is my country and none other above it" Israel included, than in my eyes he's as Polish as you can get.
Again, I think I broadly agree. Jews who feel Polish are Polish Jews, Jews who feel Israeli are probably better described as Polish citizens. But as I said before, now there is no impediment to these Jews making the journey to Israel, I would imagine there are very few left living in Poland.
I think it's a tricky matter of semantics, but Polish Jew is probably best applied to a Jew who feels Polish, which, I think we agree, he or she has every right to do.
I also would like to add that I still wouldn't agree with your earlier statement that
based on that Jews that feel connection to Israel cannot be considered Poles.
They're certainly entitled to feel a connection to the land of Israel in a spiritual sense, as many Christians feel a connection to the Holy Land, what's important, as you have now pointed out, is do they feel more Polish than Israeli.