Swastika, Jewish caricature spray painted on wall of cemetery near Hadera

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May 7, 2014 16:52

 
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A swastika and a caricature of a haredi man were found on Wednesday spray painted on a wall of a Jewish cemetery in the Sha'ar Menashe Regional Council east of Hadera.

Police were investigating the incident. On Tuesday, the tomb of an ancient rabbi was vandalized in the Galilee in what is being investigated as a possible reprisal price-tag attack in the wake of a series of nationalist crimes targeting the Arab sector in recent weeks.



The graffiti sprayed on the tomb of Rabbi Halafta near Karmiel included a swastika and the Hebrew words “price tags will pay a price.”

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