How surprising that you prefer to argue against what I don't say than to answer a question which shows what you do say to be at best mis-guided.
I'd have to check, but I am pretty sure rabbi's have been attacked in other countries too, probably even in Israel. When I said there are many countries where Jews are far less safe than in Poland, your response was to ask me in what other country the chief rabbi was attacked on the street. So your clear implication was, 'oh yeah, safest place for Jews? Well where else has the Chief Rabbi been attacked?' So don't play stupid - you were implying Poland is far less safe than other places. Oh wait, perhaps you're not 'playing' stupid.
Your general ignorance of Poland and things Polish speaks volumes about that topic.
Says the self appointed expert
Good to see you resorting to insults, nicely underlines the fact you know you can't hope to argue based on facts, because the facts are against you.
Well if someone is behaving like a dummy, they deserve to be called out. I never said Jaruzelski was Jewish, yet you attacked me for saying that, which means you either can't read properly or just attacked me because you know, you like attacking people, it gets you excited.
Anyway, care to explain why you say about Jews and Poland "foreigners will always be treated differently to nationals"?
I'm saying in any countries foreigners have to do more to earn trust and respect, wherever they be from. Fortunately for you, quite a few of the people in Poland still unnecessarily suffer from an inferiority complex, so when they see a foreigner, they think he/she is better than them and fawn over them. They shouldn't.