City Security, one of Poland’s largest security companies, paid $25,000 to cover the costs of some of its top experts who are volunteering in the Israeli Border Police patrol in Jerusalem, according to Jonny Daniels, founder of “From the Depths,” an organization that promotes Israeli-Polish relations.
Benjamin Krasicki, president of City Security, in October offered to send 100 of the company’s security guards to Israel at his own expense. October alone saw 620 terrorist attacks against Israelis, according to the Shin Bet security agency. Overall, the ongoing “stabbing intifada” has seen nearly 3,000 attacks committed by Palestinians, according to Israeli-compiled statistics.
“As Polish citizens, we have unfortunately seen too many attacks against Jews in our history and know that it starts with you and ends with us, as we have seen in the Holocaust,” Krasicki wrote in his offer letter to Israeli Interior Minister Gilad Erdan.