Polish politician takes a fire extinguisher and extinguishes the lit Jewish lamp in Parliament: video of the gesture

Shocking protest by the parliamentarianPolish far right Grzegorz Brown: Man’s contract A Fire extinguisher And he turned it off Candlestickthe 7-armed oil lamp that was lit in Parliament on the occasion of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah.


What is a candlestick?

Candlestick is one of Symbols of the Jewish religion: In ancient times, the lamp was lit inside the Temple of Jerusalem.

In its most common form (also depicted on the official coat of arms of the State of Israel), the menorah has seven arms representing, among other things, the seven days of the creation of the world. During ceremonies, sacred oil is burned inside.


Grzegorz Braun extinguishes a candlestick with a fire extinguisher

On the afternoon of Tuesday, December 12, far-right MP Grzegorz Braun grabbed a fire extinguisher and extinguished the lamp that was on in the corridors of the Polish Parliament.

All attendees were wrapped in one A thick cloud of white dust. Brown later spoke to journalists, politicians and visitors to explain the reasons for his relief.

“There can be no room for actions group Talmudic racist, Tribal And Wild “In the Sejm on the territory of the Republic of Poland,” Brown said.


When asked about it, he said: “You are not aware of the message and content of this act innocently called Hanukkah.”

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“I limit myself to returning the situation to normal and balance, and putting an end to the actions Satanic victoryHe added: “Talmudic and racist, because this is the message of these holidays.”

Brown’s gesture was broadcast in Live TV From the cameras that followed the session in which the representatives were asking questions to the new government headed by Donald Tusk, who defeated the sovereign right.


Fine and complaint to Brown

House Speaker Simon Holonia explained that Brown would be punished with one penalty fine And mentioned To the police.

Hanukkah commemorates the rededication and purification of the Temple in Jerusalem after the Jews’ victory over the Seleucids in 164 BC.


Image source: ANSA

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