Anti-Jewish graffiti found in Jerusalem's Old City

“death to Jews," reads a graffiti that was recently discovered in the Old City of Jerusalem.

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October 22, 2017 16:02
Anti-Jewish graffiti found in Jerusalem's Old City

Arabic and Hebrew graffiti in Jerusalem. (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

 
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Police have received a report on Sunday on a graffiti that was painted on a door in the Muslim Quarter in Jerusalem’s Old City.

The Graffiti was in both Hebrew and Arabic, and read “death to Jews, stay away from al-Aksa” and “Hamas,” and also showed a swastika.

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Police launched an investigation, and detectives from the Division of Identification and Forensic Science examined the graffiti.

Meanwhile, municipality workers erased the painting

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