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Takoma Park mayor says swastika vandalism is 'deeply disturbing'

Takoma Park Mayor Kate Stewart said that Takoma Park "strongly denounces [antisemitism], Holocaust denial, and distortions about Judaism."

Antisemitic graffiti in UK city blamed on Labour Party activists

'Jewish lies matter' was daubed on walls as Labour Party in turmoil over readmission of Jeremy Corbyn.

'Rabin was a Nazi' graffiti targets Crime Minister movement

The graffiti appeared to attack the left-wing anti-Netanyahu protest movement 'Crime Minister.'

WZO condemns swastika found painted on car hood in England on Yom Kippur

The swastika was spray-painted on the hood of the car in bright yellow, drawing allusions to both the yellow star Jews wore during the Holocaust as well as the symbol of the Nazi Party.

Antisemitic graffiti on an Australian Jewish cafe

NY to direct hate crimes unit to investigate antisemitic graffiti at NYU

"This is not who we are as New Yorkers and I am directing the New York State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to assist in the investigation immediately," said the NY Governor's Office.

Long's Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park is seen from Boulder, Colorado June 3, 2016

Colorado mountain park vandalized with antisemitic, racist graffiti

Reporter Rick Sallinger described the graffiti as "not just spray paint, but vicious racial derogatory epithets and antisemitic slurs."

Antisemitic graffiti on an Australian Jewish cafe

UK pro-Israel lawyer faked graffiti attack to frame pro-Palestinian group

Berlow confessed the incident was faked. However, he went along with it as part of an attempt “to monitor various ­disruptive activities of the SPSC.”

Kenosha synagogue still supportive despite vandalism during BLM riots

On Wednesday night, the 93-year-old synagogue’s driveway was graffitied with the words “Free Palestine.”

A FRENCH gendarme inspects swastikas painted on a wall of a former synagogue turned into a cultural

Artist wearing 'Israel' T-shirt attacked in France

One of the attackers stole the young graffiti artist's spray paint and wrote on the ground "forbidden to Jews and bitches."

Tel aviv beach

TLV removes iconic graffiti depicting 'peeping toms' from public beach

The graffiti was created by Rami Meiri, a prominent street artist based in Tel Aviv, in 2002. It depicted two young looking men peeking into the women's stalls at the popular Metzitzim Beach.

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