Monday, May 23, 2011

Graffiti Found on Two Jewish Locations

In the past days, two Jewish locations have been defaced with graffiti. The former synagogue in the town of Oss which is a municipal monument was spray-painted. To remove the paint would cost thousands of Euros. In the town of Leek, the Jewish school was defaced with a swastika and signs of an international Nazi group. Recently, the progressive Jewish community in the north of the Netherlands started to use the school again after it had been unused for 70 years. The teachers were upset by the graffiti.

No comments: