“NO JEWS ALLOWED” Anti-Semitic Graffiti Found at Queens Elementary School Playground

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The NYPD is investigating anti-Semitic graffiti that was scrawled all over an elementary school playground in Queens.

The disturbing discovery was made Friday afternoon at PS 139 in Rego Park.

Swastikas and terms including “Hail Hitler” and “No Jews Allowed” were discovered scribbled in chalk.

The Anti-Defamation League called the graffiti horrifying and said the NYPD Hate Crimes unit is investigating.

There have been 36 anti-Semitic crimes reported in the city so this year, compared with 21 for the same time last year, according to a New York Times report, which cited police.

U.S. Rep. Grace Meng (D-Queens) issued the following statement denouncing the anti-Semitic graffiti:

“I am outraged and sickened that hate has reared its ugly head in our community. The drawings found in the playground of P.S. 139 are disgusting and unacceptable and everybody throughout this diverse and welcoming borough must condemn these anti-Semitic images.

There is no place for hate in Queens or anywhere in our society and these acts will not be tolerated. I thank the hardworking detectives of the NYPD who are investigating and I hope the perpetrators are found and swiftly brought to justice.”

(Source: WABC)




4 COMMENTS

  1. Chaim deutch has a good plan but the only way it’s going to have an impact is for having the same education in Yiddish schools, and teaching them that goyim are not someone you can curse out , not someone u can spit on and not someone u can take advantage of.
    Its a 2 way street.
    Frum kids today are indoctrinated to treat goyim in terrible ways.
    Go to any school and see how they treat the giyim workers. Is it any wonder why the retaliate?