Khan’s London: Synagogue, Jewish Shops Vandalised with ‘9/11’ Graffiti

Rabbi Zalman Gurevitch stands in front of a Hanukkah Menorah during the jewish festival of lights at Opernplatz in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany on December 25, 2016. / AFP / dpa / Arne Dedert / Germany OUT (Photo credit should read ARNE DEDERT/AFP/Getty Images)
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LONDON (AP) – A synagogue and numerous shops in London have been vandalised with antisemitic graffiti during Hanukkah.

The Star of David and the numbers “9 11” were spray-painted on several properties including South Hampstead Synagogue.

The graffiti references an antisemitic conspiracy theory related to the September 11th terror attacks.

London´s Police Service said they were investigating the racially-motivated hate crime after being informed Saturday evening. They said no arrests had been made.

The Board of Deputies of British Jews wrote on Twitter: “This is a reminder that antisemitism is still with us. We hope action is taken to find & punish the perpetrators. Let’s all work to defeat antisemitism in 2020!”

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