Antisemitic graffiti on shop shutters: They have been there for four months and no one is erasing them
Rome – Antisemitic graffiti have been sprayed on the walls and on the shutters of the shops in Frascati.
Law enforcement officials admit that the inscription “Giudeo” [Jews] on the shop gate in via Bezecca, downtown, as well as swastikas and offensive words against Jews and immigrants in San Rocco Square look bad but have not been erased for months.
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