Jerusalem police officers were called to the Armon Hanatziv neighborhood Sunday morning after Nazi symbols were discovered on the exterior of a building. The officers collected evidence from the scene in order to identify the suspects.
Nazi symbols in Jerusalem Photo Credit: Israel Police/Channel 2 News
Swastikas and other Nazi symbols were discovered Sunday morning on the exterior walls of a vacant building in Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv neighborhood. The Jerusalem District Police has launched an investigation.
The Nazi symbols were spray-painted on the external walls of the building. Police have collected evidence from the scene in order to identify the suspects.
Two months ago, Hebrew University students found a drawing of a swastika on a bathroom wall on the Mount Scopus campus. The offensive drawing reportedly compared the Star of David to the Nazi symbol.