Headstones smashed at Jewish cemetery in Poland for second time in less than a month
Mysłowice – A Jewish cemetery near Krakow was vandalized for the second time in less than a month, resulting in damage to dozens of headstones.
At least 30 headstones were pushed over, some of them shattered, in the latest incident recorded at the cemetery in Mysłowice, a town located about 40 miles west of Krakow, the Jewish.pl news site reported Tuesday on its Facebook page.
Some of the headstones toppled this week had been repaired following an earlier incident in which 20 headstones were shattered late last month, the report said. Police are investigating both incidents but have no suspects in custody.