Sa'ar: Yad Vashem vandals intended to offend the public

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June 11, 2012 10:10

 
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Those responsible for desecrating the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum with anti-Semitic graffiti did so with the intention of offending the public, Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar said Monday morning.

Graffiti saying, "Hitler, thank you for the Holocaust" was sprayed at to the entrance to the museum in Jerusalem.

Sa'ar said that he was shocked by the act of vandalism and by the content of the graffiti. He added that he trusted that the Israel Police would know how to track down the criminals and bring them to justice.  

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