Moscow: Anti-Semitic graffiti found on wall

By JPOST.COM STAFF, AP
July 11, 2007 19:26

Vandals drew a picture of a burning Swastika and Star of David on the wall of a Hebrew learning institution belonging to the Jewish Agency in Moscow on Wednesday evening. The attack was one of three anti-Semitic attacks that occurred in Europe on Wednesday. In Berlin, vandals burned a small Israeli flag and knocked over candles at a Berlin memorial to Jews deported during the Holocaust. In the Ukraine, a group of about 20 people chanting Nazi slogans accosted a rabbi.


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