Victims Data
Victims Nationality/Ethnic Origin Israeli
Victims Gender Female
Victims Age 56-65
Victims Number 2
Fatalities - deaths N/A
Perpetrators Data
Perpetrators Nationality/Ethnic Origin Polish
Perpetrator Gender Male
Perpetrator Age N/A
Perpetrators Number 1
Extremist/Organised Group Violence No

“Get out of Poland and never come back”, “Jews should lick the Poles as…" – yelled a taxi driver the entire time he was driving Clila Bau, daughter of Polish poet, painter and graphic artist of Jewish origin Josef Bau and Rebecca Bau. The over 60-year-old Clila travels the world with her sister Hadasa – giving lectures and talks at schools about the war and the Holocaust. They also tell the story of their parents, inter alia about how their mother Rebecca gave her place on Schindler’s list to her husband, and was subsequently sent to Auschwitz. The Bau sisters also came to Krakow to officially close the exhibition dedicated to Josef Bau at the Schindler Factory. After the lecture Clila was returning to the hotel by taxi. – The taxi driver was intrigued by my accent, so he started asking me where I am from. I said that from Israel, and the remainder of the journey turned into living hell. The taxi driver started shouting that Israel is not a country, that Jews took territory from the Arabs, that we should get out of there, and that we murder, kill. He said that we should lick the Poles as…, because only Poles helped the Jews, while other countries threw us out. He argued that we do not show appreciation for this. And what is more, I should bow to him and thank him – said Clila Bau. At the end of the trip the taxi driver dropped her suitcase in a puddle.

Source:, 18.10.2012,Taksówkarz do pasażerek z Izraela: Wynoś sie i niegdy nie wracaj (Taxi driver to passengers from Israel: Get out of Poland and never come back),,44425,12691394,Taksowkarz_do_pasazerek_z_Izraela__Wynos_sie_i_nie.html#ixzz29dejttqL, Accessed on 02.12.2012