From the article:
Father Henryk Zielinski, editor-in-chief of the Catholic weekly Idziemy, said that
"Jews have 'a completely different system of values, a different concept of truth,' Zielinski said. 'For us, the truth corresponds to facts. For the Jew, truth means something that conforms to his understanding of what’s beneficial. If a Jew is religious, then truth means something God wants.'
In non-religious Jews, 'the truth is subjective or whatever serves Israel’s interests,' he added."
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