The mayor of Geispolsheim, south of Strasbourg, has found hateful, anti-migrant and anti-Semitic inscriptions at his private home, announced the Bas-Rhin prefecture on Thursday.
Anti-Semitic and anti-Semitic inscriptions were discovered Thursday, October 10 at the home of the mayor of Geispolsheim near Strasbourg, announced the prefecture, condemning this act "hateful" , in a context of multiplication of similar facts in Alsace.
"Hateful, anti-Semitic and anti-Semitic inscriptions were discovered this Thursday, October 10, 2019 in the private home of Sebastien Zaegel, mayor of Geispolsheim" , a municipality located south of Strasbourg, said the prefecture of Bas-Rhin in a statement.
"Hatred has no place in our society and these demonstrations of intolerance and rejection of the other can not call into question the State's commitment to welcoming people who, given the risks they face. and their families, need to be protected, in application of the international law " , underlines the prefecture in its communiqué.
Other tags on Monday in Forstheim
On Monday, anti-Semitic and anti-Semitic tags had already been discovered on the town hall of Forstheim, a village in the north of the department.
In recent months, inscriptions targeting migrants and those who host them, as well as anti-Semitic inscriptions have been drawn multiple times on town halls, schools and homes of elected officials in Alsace.
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