Assailants threw an explosive at a Jewish community center on Thursday, but nobody was hurt in the blast - the second assault against Venezuela's Jewish community this year.
Abraham Garzon, president of the Jewish Community Center, told the local Globovision television news channel that a small explosive resembling a pipe-bomb was lobbed at the building in Caracas before dawn on Thursday. The explosion damaged the doors to the center.
"It seems there are people in the country dedicated to sowing terrorism," Garzon said.
No one claimed responsibility for the attack, which immediately reignited fears of rising anti-Semitism in Venezuela.