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Antisemitic graffiti in Kiev

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Source: Eduard Dolinsky

Kiev – a graffiti was sprayed on an underground crossing on Burgashevskaya Street that read: “Hey, look again for Bogdan and find him until the elections because the non-free Ukrainians once again, because of their stupidity, lay underneath the Jews.” The author of this graffiti refers to the pogroms carried out during 1649-1648 under the leadership of Bogdan Khmelnitsky, during which tens of thousands of Jews had been brutally murdered.