This most recent act of anti-Semitism follows a troubling pattern emerging in the country. Last June, a Jewish cemetery in Ioannina was desecrated; the culprits still have not been found.
“It greatly disheartens us to know that today many Jews are still imperiled,” Glick and Mariaschin wrote. “And when Jewish individuals and institutions are targeted for assault, Jews everywhere share a sense of outrage and deep concern for the welfare of their brothers and sisters.”
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