The former Great Synagogue of Rome, now the city’s Jewish Museum. Photo: WikiCommons.
International Business Times — Anti-Semitic graffiti and flyers have defaced shops and walls in Rome’s historical Jewish San Giovanni neighborhood raising fears of a rise in anti-Jewish sentiment in the capital.
Swastika graffiti and posters reading ”Anne Frank storyteller” have appeared on Appia Nuova street. Other posters depicting a Palestinian throwing a rock towards an Israeli tank were attached on walls in Cola di Rienzo street, in the leafy Prati neighborhood. The latter was accompanied with a Celtic cross and the slogan “Each Palestinian is a camerata [the Italian word for members of Mussolini’s fascist movement] Same enemy, same barricade.”
Source: The Algemeiner