Anti-Semitic slurs scrawled on bus stop, signs

A swastika was "Death to the Jews" scrawled in Hebrew on bus stop at the entrance to Beduin city of Rahat in the South.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 4, 2014 14:28

Anti-Semetic graffiti in Rahat. (photo credit: ISRAEL POLICE)

 
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Anti-Semitic graffiti was sprayed in several places at the enterance to the Beduin city of Rahat in the south of Israel on Friday.

Tensions were high on Wednesday throughout Israel as rockets continued to fall on Israeli communities in the South and the IDF fired artillery into the Gaza strip.

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Meanwhile riots rocked Jerusalem during the funeral for Muhammad Abu Khdeir, the teenager found dead in the Jerusalem Forest Wednesday morning. Thousands of additional security personnel have been called into the capital to maintain order.


Ben Hartman contributed to this report.



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