Grafitti calling for Sharon's death found in J'lem

November 8, 2005 13:38
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Graffiti calling for the assassination of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was found Tuesday in two central Jerusalem locations, police said. "Yigal Amir was the first hero, where is the second hero who will assassinate Sharon?" was scrawled in red paint on the city's main north-south thoroughfare, referring to the assassin of the late prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, while the words "Death to Sharon" were found written on the wall of a city kindergarten. The latest in a spate of anti-Sharon vandalism in the city comes one decade after Rabin was assassinated by an ultra-nationalist Jewish extremist.

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