Vandals draw swastika on sign of Tel Be'er Sheva park

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April 9, 2013 19:46

 
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Vandals sprayed a swastika on the entrance sign to Tel Be'er Sheva National Park on Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Israel Nature and Parks Authority (INPA) announced on Tuesday. Park officials discovered the graffiti on Tuesday morning.

The swastika appeared on the brown park sign in white spray paint, just under the Hebrew, Arabic and English words with the park's name.

Tel Be'er Sheva is just 10 minutes from Beesheba and contains ancients remains of a sophisticated city that was dependent on the Hebron Stream.

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