'Free Palestine' scrawled on Holocaust educational advertisement in London

The subway advertisement was written on by a passer-by inscribed with the words "Free Palestine" and a heart drawn to the side of the statement.

The Union Flag flies near the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, June 7, 2017. (photo credit: REUTERS)
The Union Flag flies near the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, June 7, 2017.
(photo credit: REUTERS)
An educational advertisement for a Kristallnacht exhibit was defaced in London's Russell Square, social media images showed on Tuesday.
The subway advertisement, circulated by The Wiener Library, was written on by a passer-by, inscribing the words "Free Palestine" with a heart drawn to the side of the statement.
Displayed within the elevators at Russel Square Train Station, the Wiener Library has said that the posters are, "Definitely vulnerable to vandalism (it has happened multiple times in the past) but as the vast majority of people who visit us do so because they see the posters ceasing would be hugely detrimental to us."
The Wiener Library has expressed their disdain and sadness with the vandalism of the poster. The poster was purposed to advertise an exhibit on Kristallnacht, the "Night of Broken Glass" recalling the pogrom that occurred against the Jewish community in Nazi Germany November 9th-10th, 1938; a topic related closely with the Holocaust.
However, the library says they not been discouraged by the act that can be often seen as antisemitic.