Thu Oct 3, 2019, 09:07 PM

Fierce Anti-Semitic Slurs & Swastika Appear On Krakow Ghetto Wall (PHOTOS)

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Published time: 3 Oct, 2019 11:29
Edited time: 3 Oct, 2019 12:08

A hateful message was sprayed on a wall of the former Krakow ghetto, one of the largest in Nazi-occupied Poland, adding more fuel to the simmering feud between Israel and the Eastern European country.

The graffiti, which read “w***e Jews, get the f**k out of Poland” alongside the swastika, was discovered on Tuesday in the historic center of Krakow. The municipal authorities painted over the graffiti, sprayed with a tar-like substance, on the day it was found, but photos quickly spread across social media.

Police searched the vicinity but failed to find anyone involved in spray-painting the graffiti, which appeared on the wall amid Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah) celebrations. The news comes just days after a similar hate-filled message was written on a Jewish cemetery wall in the nearby town of Tarnow.


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