Acknowledging the surprising and wonderful revival of Polish Jewish life, I was pleased to be interviewed by Michael Jacobs, for the Atlanta Jewish Times.
Statistically, Rabbi Beliak said, Poland must have 100,000 to 200,000 people with a Jewish grandparent or great-grandparent. The issue, as in the United States and Israel, is whether to embrace those who have been separated from the Jewish community or push them away.
“Our answer at Beit Polska is we try to welcome them,” Rabbi Beliak said.
Read the April 2015 interview here.