Hundreds of Poles have staged protests in Warsaw and other cities against racism and anti-Semitism to show they don't agree with the rising wave of hostility and intolerance in Poland. Racism and anti-Semitism on Twitter, in graffiti and in public discourse have been on the rise since Poland's right-wing government refused to accept Muslim migrants under an EU plan.
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