Eldad, Elkin: Swastika graffiti shows Nazi-Palestinian link

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May 25, 2012 13:20

 
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The use of Nazi symbols demonstrate the close connection between Nazi anti- Semitism and Palestinian hatred for Jews, said chairmen of the Lobby for Greater Israel MKs Arye Eldad (National Union) and Ze'ev Elkin (Likud), following a graffiti attack in the West Bank Friday.  

Symbols of swastikas were spray-painted on the floor of the ancient synagogue of Naaran, near Jericho, police said.

In a statement released in response to the attack, Elkin and Eldad demanded that the Israeli government take over responsibility of the site.

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