Swastikas found spray-painted at Bat Yam school, synagogue

April 28, 2013 19:18


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Swastikas and vulgar graffiti were spray-painted at two separate locations including a synagogue and a public school in Bat Yam over the weekend, police reported on the Sunday.

In the graffiti at the synagogue, the word "whorehouse" can be seen, next to a cross. At the Tzipori school on Bialik street a swastika was spray painted, and in a separate alleyway the word "whorehouse" was also spray-painted.

The Ayalon sub-district of the Tel Aviv police have opened an investigation into the vandalism.

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