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Hate Graffiti At NJ Yeshiva Sparks Investigation

After a floor tile was found with a swastika burned into it outside a Union Township yeshiva, police are investigating it as a hate crime. “We are closely following this disturbing development,” Dov Ben-Shimon, CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest said on Twitter. He added, “We’re grateful for our law enforcement partners, on the local, state, and federal levels, for their continued service and commitment to keeping us all safe and secure. We’re also grateful for the words of comfort and support we receive from local leaders in the community who stand, like us, against hate and threats. Swastikas, hate-speech, and similar crimes must be unreservedly condemned.” Read more here.

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