Numerous neo-Nazi markings are covering walls and sidewalks along Avenue K, between East 12th and East 16th streets, a neighborhood with a very large Jewish population.
Some residents say the images, which include spray-painted graffiti and stickers, have been there since November, despite complaints.
Simon Wiesenthal Center Denounces Neo-Nazi Symbols in Midwood
Tuesday March 25, 2014 3:18 AM - 3 Comments
The Simon Wiesenthal Center has strongly condemned the recent propagation of hate symbols in Midwood, where numerous Neo-Nazi markings were found covering walls and sidewalks along Ave K, between East 12th and East 16th Streets.
Rabbi Steve Burg, Eastern Director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center said: “Seeing something so closely aligned with Neo-Nazi symbols in the heart of a Jewish community, it is clear to us that whoever is responsible was trying to send a very strong message of hate. We condemn this attack in the strongest possible terms and urge that all efforts be made to fully investigate this incident and put an end to such hateful actions. 70 years after the Holocaust, it is very scary to see these symbols in America. Our fight against Anti-Semitism, racism and bigotry is far from over. Actions like we saw today make that abundantly clear.”
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