Anti-Semitic graffiti discovered in Sydney RSL
An RSL on the North Shore has been vandalised with anti-Semitic graffiti overnight.
Several swastikas and the word ‘Nazi’ were plastered across a stairwell inside Mosman Club.
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The discovery was reportedly highly distressing to staff members who discovered the graffiti this morning.
NSW Jewish Board of Deputies Chief Executive Vic Alhadeff tells Ben Fordham Nazi symbolism is offensive to all Australians.
“Almost a million Australians served in the armed forces during World War II. In other words, fought against the Nazis, fought against what that swastika represents.
“The Nazis murdered six million Jews… having ‘Nazi’ and swastikas smeared at the Mosman RSL is shocking to all Australians.
“We’re seeing across the board an increase in anti-Semitism, in bigotry, in racism.”
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