Anti Jewish state law graffiti sprayed on Tel Aviv synagogue

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November 30, 2014 19:43

 
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Graffiti reading, "where they legislate a Jewish state law people will burn books," was found sprayed on the exterior wall of a synagogue in central Tel Aviv Sunday evening, Tel Aviv police said.

Police added that  there was also a handful of books found burned below the graffiti, but none of them are religious books, police said.

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