Around 20 people carried Nazi flags and walked up to the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison before heading to James Madison Park for a neo-Nazi rally.
The discovery comes amid a global spike of online antisemitism after the October 7 terror attacks by Hamas in Israel.
The Cleveland Jewish Federation called the vandalism "absolutely sickening."
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The vandalization came shortly after social media accounts for the 2nd Avenue Deli posted pro-Israel content.
The judge presiding over the case ruled that the principal failed “to take appropriate and reasonable steps to discourage and modify the antisemitic student bullying and harassment behavior.”
The swastika was covered up with tar a few days after its appearance was reported.
The swastikas were found on the walls of Bnei Akiva's national executive building, and the building of its central branch, both located on the same street in Jerusalem.
When authorities searched Foster's home in late 2021, they found various neo-Nazi material and evidence that he had committed the vandalism.
'I will continue to fight against antisemitism, and I will continue to stand up for my homeland – the only Jewish country in the world, and for my people' says Rebekah Mann.