Maybe if you are a Polish Jew yourself you might have more positve experiences to share?
No, I'm not and yes, I can share positive stories. As for the woman - of course there are antisemites in Poland just as there are racists in America, and if her in-laws are like that then I'm not surprised that she would rather keep them in dark about her origins. It's no different from an African-American marrying a white American whose parents are racists. However, what pisses me off is the way the article is written, it implies that people with Jewish ancestry in Poland keep it secret out of fear of being persecuted by everybody. It's disturbing and untrue. I know lots of people with Jewish ancestry - they BRAG about it, they consider it to be interesting and cool and I have yet to personally meet a person who would think that it's something to be ashamed of.
As for positive stories - how about my one and only encounter with antisemitism? Someone wrote something nasty about Jews on the walls of my block's elevator. Or at least that's what I heard because it was immidiately erased and I only found out about this from the people who rode elevator with me later that day - they were OUTRAGED! They were speaking in high volume, cursing 'banditry' and 'hooliganism' and two days later the whole interior of the elevator was painted over. And please, try to understand - I live in a town in the most backward part of Eastern Poland and dirty phrases in elevators are nothing new. In fact, there were quite a few written there for YEARS (together with a highly inaccurate drawing of male genitalia) and nobody cared. The only thing that shocked and outraged people was antisemitism.
In conclusion - yes, there are antisemites in Poland since there was a person who wrote the antisemitic phrase on the inside of my elevator. But there were also at least four people who condemned it. They weren't even indifferent - they were anti-antisemites!
So - is Poland an antisemitic country, where 'Jews suffer abuse'? Or is it a normal country, where antisemitic incidents happen from time to time?