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Warsaw--a Polish cardinal has called for the resignation of a priest/broadcaster who is accused of anti-Semitic remarks on his conservative radio station, the International Herald Tribune reports.

WARSAW -- A Polish cardinal has called for the resignation of a priest/broadcaster who is accused of anti-Semitic remarks on his conservative radio station, the International Herald Tribune reports.

Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz said there was a "threat that the church in Poland is being identified solely with the position of Radio Maryja," the station of Father Tadeusz Rydzyk.

Rydzyk, who has been accused of calling Jews greedy, has said his statements were not meant to offend, although Israeli and international Jewish groups have long claimed his views were anti-Semitic.
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