Police: Soccer fans spray anti-Arab graffiti in Bat Yam

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October 9, 2011 13:36

 
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Anti-Arab hate graffiti was spray-painted in Bat Yam by Maccabi Haifa soccer fans, police reported on Sunday afternoon.

The messages read: "Maccabi Haifa doesn't want Arabs on the team," and "Death to Arabs."  A third message read "Rabbi Kahane was right."  Tel Aviv police have launched an investigation.

The acts of vandalism follow the desecration of tombstones and a Molotov attack on a synagogue in Jaffa on Saturday night.

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