J'lem police chief 'shocked' by Yad Vashem graffiti

June 11, 2012 10:58


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Jerusalem Police Chief Nisso Shaham said he was "shocked" by anti-Semitic and anti-Israel graffiti spray painted at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum Monday morning. 

Black graffiti reading "Hitler, thank you for the Holocaust" and "Jews, wake up, the evil regime does not protect us, it only endangers us," was sprayed at the entrance to the museum in Jerusalem.

"We must investigate and deal quickly with these despicable acts," Shaham said, calling the incident "a shocking event" in which one of Israel's important symbols was attacked.

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