3 Jewish schools in LA spray-painted with anti-Semitic graffiti days after Beverly Hills synagogue vandalized – The Jewish News of Northern California

Posted By on December 20, 2019

Three Los Angeles Jewish schools were tagged with anti-Semitic graffiti days after a synagogue in Beverly Hills was found vandalized.

A swastika and hateful messages including the phrase time to pay were found spray-painted at the American Jewish University in Bel Air, the Westwood Charter School and Milken Community High School on Tuesday, according to a report on theLAistwebsite.

On Saturday, a suspect described as a white male entered theNessah Synagogue, a Persian Jewish congregation in Beverly Hills, and vandalized the sanctuary, tearing prayer books and strewing Torah scrolls on the floor.

In September,Free Palestine was spray-painted on the front of theBaba SaleCongregation in the Fairfax district of the city and Six million $ was not enough was drawn in marker on the welcome sign affixed to the gate of the citysTemple Ahavat Shalom.

LAist cited the Anti-Defamation League as stating that there have been 36 such incidents in Los Angeles in 2019.

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