On the walls of the Bethlehem Community Synagogue in Beverly Hills, the inscription "Liberate Palestine" was published. • Jewish organizations condemned the act: "This is not the answer to racism"
Again, the corruption of a U.S. synagogue
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Again, a synagogue case in the United States: Anti-Israeli graffiti has recently been sprayed on the wall of the "Community House of Israel" synagogue on Beverly Hills Boulevard in Los Angeles. The synagogue's messengers wrote "Liberate Palestine" and curses against the State of Israel.
It should be noted that anti-Semitic vandalism happened against the backdrop of protests in Los Angeles following the killing of African American George Floyd, who claims members of the Jewish community are stirring up the rifting rift in the US anyway.
Synagogue Congregation Beth El on Beverly Blvd in Los Angeles vandalized ... Tell me this ugly hatred is still about #blm or #georgefloyd ?! pic.twitter.com/DnCiA2Zc5L
- Lisa Daftari (@LisaDaftari) May 31, 2020
Jewish organizations were quick to denounce the violent act of corruption. "Vandalism and anti-Semitism are never accepted," the Los Angeles League tweeted. "Anti-Semitism is never accepted. The answer to hate and racism is not hatred."
Vandalism is never ok. Anti-Semitism is never ok. The answer to hate and bigotry is not more hate. We are better than this Los Angeles. https://t.co/3ermS6nsva
- ADL Los Angeles (@LA_ADL) May 31, 2020
Liora Raz, director of an anti-Semitism organization, "told the Jewish Journal:" We are again seeing nasty anti-Semitism disguised as activism. Destroying a synagogue in this appalling period does nothing but increase polarization in a broken state. "