Jewish center in Germany damaged

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January 8, 2009 16:31

German police said a Jewish community center in the northern port city of Rostock was damaged by vandals in an apparent anti-Semitic attack. Police said Thursday that one or more suspects threw stones through several windows overnight, including a pane decorated with the star of David. The building was defaced with graffiti last week that included a crossed-out star of David. Authorities made no immediate link to the ongoing crisis in the Gaza Strip.


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