92 graves have been vandalized in an old Jewish cemetery in Prague, Army Radio reported Wednesday.
According to Frantisek Banyai, a Czech Jewish community leader, tombstones were overturned beginning April 21 in
the town of Pristoupim, and 10 tombstones were broken
The cemetery is no longer used for burials. It has 600 tombstones, some dating back to the 18th century.
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