Jewish restaurant in Amsterdam and Jewish cemetery in Rotterdam vandalised again

The windows of the Jewish restaurant HaCarmel in Amsterdam were painted again with antisemitic graffiti.
Strangers wrote ‘Find Jew’ on the window, a text that has already been found on the case three times before.
The police have investigated traces, but have no idea who the culprit is. The daub has now been cleaned up.
It is the eighth time in more than three years that the restaurant has been the target of antisemitism.
Meanwhile, in Rotterdam, the chair of the Jewish community stated that he ‘has lost count’ of how often the windows at the Jewish cemetery have been vandalised.

The beleaguered community now intends to “insert thick steel plates”, Chris den Hoedt told De Telegraaf newspaper, at a cost of thousands of euros, which will be paid out of pocket.

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