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Global Anti-Semitism:
Selected Incidents Around the World in 2002

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January 28, 2002 - Mendoza - Swastikas were found painted on the building of the Holocaust Studies Foundation in Mendoza.

January 7, 2002 - Buenos Aires - Two stones were thrown at the Maccabi Club in the San Miguel section of Buenos Aires, damaging two cars.

January 6, 2002 - Buenos Aires - Stones were thrown into the Berazategui Jewish cemetery in the Quilmes section of Buenos Aires, damaging eight gravestones.

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April 20, 2002 - Canberra - A metal container filled with four liters of fuel attached to a burning rag was thrown at the Jewish community building in Canberra.

April 3, 2002 - Sydney - A Molotov cocktail was thrown at a synagogue in the Paramatta section of Sydney.

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November 30, 2002 - Antwerp - A Molotov cocktail was thrown at a synagogue, causing minor damages but no injuries. The explosive was smashed against the center-city synagogue around 3:30 a.m., igniting a fire that was quickly extinguished by firefighters.

April 22, 2002 - Charleroi - During the night, eighteen bullets were fired at a synagogue, but no injuries resulted.

April 19, 2002 - Brussels - Graffiti reading, "Dirty Jew" and "We will burn you," was found on Jewish-owned shops in the Molenbeek section of Brussels.

April 18, 2002 - Brussels - The front window of a Kosher restaurant was shattered by an air rifle.

April 17, 2002 - Brussels -A judaica shop was set on fire.

April 4, 2002 - Antwerp - The word "Juif" was written on houses in a Jewish neighborhood in Antwerp.

April 3, 2002 - Antwerp - A Pro-Palestinian demonstration with approximately 2000 participants included the burning of an Israeli flag as well as vandalism of businesses and torching of automobiles in the Jewish quarter of the city.

April 1, 2002 - Brussels - A synagogue on Clinique Street in the Anderlecht district of Belgium was attacked with firebombs, causing damage to the building but no injuries.

February 4, 2002 - Brussels - Graffiti reading "Death to the Jews" was written on Jewish-owned shops.

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July 12, 19, 2002 - Minsk and Borisov, Belarus - More than 70 tombstones were destroyed or damaged by vandals when the Jewish cemeteries was desecrated.

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April 10, 2002 - Rio de Janeiro - One week after being attacked with eggs and a bottle of red ink, a synagogue in the Laranjeiras section of Rio de Janeiro had a stone thrown at it.

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Czech Republic

October 22, 2002 -- Domazlice -- An old Jewish cemetery was desecrated in a southwestern Czech town. Five tombstones were toppled at the cemetery in Domazlice, 94 miles southwest of Prague, and five copper lanterns stolen. Copper plaques with Hebrew inscriptions were removed from two tombstones

July 1, 2002 - Karlovy Vary - Red paint and posters denying the Holocaust were found both on a present-day synagogue and on a memorial recently erected in memory of a synagogue destroyed by the Nazis. Although the spa town where the vandalism occurred had a Jewish population of 5,000 before the Holocaust and now receives thousands of Jewish visitors each year, only 95 Jewish residents remain.

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May 20, 2002 - Quebec City - During the night, a Molotov cocktail was thrown at a synagogue in Quebec City. The resulting explosion made a hole in the building's door and shattered several windows.

April 13, 2002 - Montreal - Pictures of swastikas and graffiti reading, "Six million was not enough," were found on a memorial to Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg behind a synagogue in Montreal.

April 6, 2002 - Saskatoon - An arson attack destroyed one room in the synagogue in Saskatoon, burnt numerous books, and caused significant damage to the property.

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May 6, 2002 - Helsinki - The Jewish community building was pelted with eggs, and a window was broken on the building's second floor, where the synagogue is located.

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The number of violent anti-Semitic attacks in France increased sharply in 2002, to 193 attacks, up from 32 in 2001. Anti-Semitic attacks accounted for more than half of the total number of racist attacks in France in 2002, according to a report from the National Consulting Committee on Human Rights, an independent watchdog group. In 2002, the total number of racist attacks in France quadrupled to 313, the highest level of incidents in a decade. The group noted a “real explosion” in violent incidents against Jews.

December 4, 2002 – Perigueux – Vandals ransacked a synagogue in southwestern France, destroying holy books, artwork, and stealing money from the synagogue office.

November 14, 2002 – Paris - Three students were beaten at a Jewish school in a suburb of Paris by youths in an apparent anti-Semitic attack. One of the students was hospitalized. Three youths were taken into police custody. (Source: AFP)

April 29, 2002 - Toulouse - A man was attacked as he left the Sha'arei Emet synagogue, and suffered minor injuries.

April 28, 2002 - Sarcelles - Tipheret Israel, a Jewish day school in the suburbs of Paris, was set on fire, destroying a warehouse at the school.

April 14, 2002 - Paris - A Molotov cocktail was thrown inside the apartment of a Jewish family.

April 12, 2002 - Cronenbourg - In the Jewish cemetery, anti-Jewish graffiti and pictures of swastikas were found on about 20 gravestones and a cemetery wall.

April 10, 2002 - Marseille - Anti-Semitic graffiti and pictures of swastikas were found on Jewish-owned shops.

April 10, 2002 - Paris- The Maccabi Jewish soccer team training in a field in the Bondy district of Paris was attacked by youths with baseball bats. One Jewish youth was severely beaten.

April 10, 2002 - Paris - A school bus transporting children from the Gan Menahem school was pelted with stones while students were boarding the bus, resulting in broken windows and injury to one child.

April 9, 2002 - Paris - The Orthodox synagogue Garges-les-Gonesses was set on fire, but students inside the building controlled the fire.

April 7, 2002 - Marseille - The Gan-Pardess school set on fire, some of its windows were broken with stones, and anti-Jewish graffiti was written on the front of the building.

April 7, 2002 - Paris - Four Molotov cocktails were thrown at the door of a synagogue in the La Courneuve section of Paris, but no damage resulted.

April 6, 2002 - Toulouse - Assailants broke into the Maccabee Association Center, a Jewish sports center, and set fire to several rooms.

April 5, 2002 - Nice - Arson was attempted on the Jewish Safra school.

April 5, 2002 - Nice - A Molotov cocktail was thrown at a synagogue.

April 5, 2002 - Strasbourg - A fire extinguisher containing 11 kg of explosives was found near the entrance to the Jewish cemetery but diffused by police.

April 4, 2002 - Kremlin-Bicetre - Two Molotov cocktails were thrown at and damaged a synagogue in this suburb of Paris.

April 4, 2002 - Montpellier - A building was destroyed by a fire from Molotov Cocktails, which were thought to have been aimed at a nearby synagogue.

April 3, 2002 - Montreuil - A garbage can containing flammable material caught fire near the fence of a synagogue on Parmentier Avenue, but was extinguished by police.

April 3, 2002 - Paris - Stones were thrown at worshippers at the Epinay Sous Senart synagogue as they were leaving the building.

April 2, 2002 - Marseille - During the night, stones and Molotov cocktails were thrown at police guarding the Heichal Shlomo synagogue.

April 2, 2002 - Paris - Anti-Semitic graffiti was found on Otzar HaTorah synagogue.

April 2, 2002 - Schieltenheim - The doors to a Jewish cemetery were burned during the night in this suburb of Strasbourg.

April 2, 2002 - Strasbourg - Arson was attempted on the Grande Synagogue of Strasbourg.

March 31, 2002 - Marseille - A fire in the Or Aviv synagogue, believed to be caused by arson, destroyed the religious objects and books.

March 31, 2002 - Nice - During the night, a Molotov cocktail was thrown at a synagogue in the Saint Augustin section of Nice, burning the synagogue's door.

March 31, 2002 - Sarcelles, Val d'Oise - A Jewish day school in this Paris suburb was broken into, and equipment inside the school was destroyed.

March 31, 2002 - Toulouse - Two shots were fired into the window of a kosher butcher shop.

March 31, 2002 - Villeurbanne - A Jewish couple was attacked in this suburb of Lyon and the pregnant woman required hospitalization.

March 30, 2002 - Lyon - Hooded vandals crashed two cars into a synagogue building, damaging the main gate, and set fire to one of the vehicles inside the sanctuary.

March 30, 2002 - Strasbourg - During the night, vandals set fire to a synagogue, leaving charred marks across the front of the building.

March 28, 2002 - Paris - A swastika was found on the wall of a synagogue on Vercingetorix Street.

March 13, 2002 - Lyon - A Molotov cocktail was thrown at the roof of Les Minguettes synagogue, but no damage resulted.

March 11, 2002 - Cronenbourg - A fire extinguisher attached to an explosive device was found near the entrance to the funeral chapel in a Jewish cemetery.

March 10, 2002 - Erstein, Alsace - The windows of a synagogue were smashed.

March 8, 2002 - Bordeaux - The rabbi of the Bordeaux Jewish community received an anonymous threatening letter containing a white powder.

February 5, 2002 - Paris - A statue of Albert Dreyfus was defaced.

February 2, 2002 - Paris - A man was attacked as he left a synagogue on Julien Lacroix Street, and required hospitalization.

January 30, 2002 - Avignon, Vaucluse - During the night, anti-Semitic graffiti and swastikas were painted on the front of the synagogue in Avignon.

January 28, 2002 - Toulouse - A star of David and the word "JUD" were found on the window of a Kosher butcher shop in Toulouse.

January 25, 2002 - d'Aulnay-sous-Bois, Senie-Saint-Denis - Stones were thrown at a synagogue in d'Aulnay-sous-Bois, breaking one window.

January 25, 2002 - La Courneuve, Seine-Saint-Denis - A school bus transporting sixty children from the Jewish Chné Or d'Aubervilliers school was attacked by a group of youths. One window was broken.

January 21, 2002 - Sarcelles, Val-d'Oise - A school bus transporting six children to the Sinai Jewish school was attacked by a group of seven or eight youths. A stone weighing about 2 lb. was thrown at the bus, shattering a window and injuring a six-year-old girl.

January 19, 2002 - Versailles - Red paint was found on the synagogue in Versailles and a nearby building.

January 5, 2002 - Goussinville - During an argument between police and local youths, stones and Molotov cocktails were thrown at a synagogue, breaking several windows.

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November 18, 2002 – Berlin – Vandals broke apart a brick memorial to victims on Nazi-era crimes in the town of Leegebruch, just north of Berlin. The memorial was erected in 1950 by the East German Organization for the Victims of the Nazi Regime at the site of a satellite camp belonging to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.

September 5, 2002 - Wittstock - A museum in Germany honoring the victims of the Nazi death march was firebombed. The attack destroyed the main exhibition of the death march museum in the Belower Woods, which detailed how the Nazis drove concentration camp inmates deeper into Germany as the Soviet Army advanced at the end of World War II. More than 45,000 prisoners forced to march from Ravensbrueck and Sachsenhausen, both in Brandenburg state, were gathered in the Belower Woods near Wittstock, 65 miles northwest of Berlin, where 700-800 died of exhaustion and hunger within a few days. Outside the museum, vandals painted a large red swastika and two SS symbols on a memorial, and an anti-Semitic slogan three feet by 18 feet along the base of a large memorial column. German authorities have posted a $10,000 reward for clues leading to an arrest in the worst anti-Semitic attack on a Holocaust memorial in a decade.

April 28, 2002 - Berlin - A Molotov cocktail was thrown at the Frankelhoffer synagogue. No damage was caused to the building.

April 20, 2002 - Dachau - The monument near the site of the Dachau Concentration Camp was desecrated, and between 18 and 24 gravestones in the nearby Jewish cemetery were damaged as well. The attack occurred one day after a ceremony commemorating the 57th anniversary of the camp's liberation.

April 15, 2002 - Herford - Graffiti was found on a synagogue reading, "Six Million is not enough."

April 15, 2002 - Berlin - A young Jewish woman wearing a Star of David necklace was attacked in Berlin's underground rail system.

March 31 - Berlin - Two American Orthodox Jews were beaten, one of them seriously.

March 30 - Berlin - A swastika was painted on a Holocaust memorial.

March 16, 2002 - Berlin - An explosion at the entrance of a Jewish cemetery near Herr Street caused damage to windows and the walls of an office in the cemetery.

March 3, 2002 - Dusseldorf - Swastikas were found painted on the gates of a Jewish school.

January 25, 2002 - Berlin - A Molotov cocktail was thrown at a synagogue on Oranienburger Street; no damage resulted.

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April 15, 2002 - Ioannina - Four gravestones in a Jewish cemetery were smashed.

April 15, 2002 - Thessaloniki - A monument to Holocaust victims was vandalized with red paint, including graffiti of the word "Falastin."

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April 19, 2002 - Dublin - Graffiti equating Jews with Nazis and the star of David with a swastika was found near Dublin's main synagogue.

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July 17, 2002 - Rome- Forty graves were desecrated in the Jewish section of the historic Verano cemetery in a nightime attack on a the 9th day of Av, Tisha B'Av, a traditional Jewish day of mourning. The perpetrators partially opened one coffin, smashed headstones, and ripped off parts of gravestones with Hebrew writing and Star of David decorations.

March 31, 2002 - Modena - Anti-Semitic graffiti and swastikas were found on the synagogue in Modena, and two arson threats were also received by telephone.

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March 31, 2002 - Liepa - During Passover, 13 broken gravestones were discovered in the Jewish cemetery. Although local authorities suggested that the damage was due to the long-term decay of the synagogue, the Jewish community believes that the cemetery was vandalized.

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April 20, 2002 - Siauliai - On this anniversary of Hitler's birthday, swastikas were found painted on almost all of the gravestones of Jews in Kristijonas Donelaitis cemetary.

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April 3 - 4, 2002 - Mexico City - During a demonstration by members of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation outside the Israeli embassy, protesters drew swastikas and anti-Semitic graffiti on the road and on cement blocks.

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March 31, 2002 - Kishinev - During Passover, and close to the anniversary of the 1903 Kishinev pogroms, a Jewish cemetery in Kishinev was desecrated, including damage to 50 gravestones.

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May 21, 2002 - Casablanca - A Jewish doctor was stabbed by an intruder inside the WIZO clinic in the city.

April 9, 2002 - Casablanca - A Jewish man was attacked with an ax. The attack left the man blind in one eye and with permanent facial scars.

April 9, 2002 - Casablanca - A Jewish man visiting Casablanca during Passover was stabbed as he was leaving his hotel.

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May 11, 2002 - Wroclaw - The courtyard of a synagogue was set on fire during the congregation's Sabbath evening meal, but was soon controlled. The incident resulted in a May 13th ceremony by the town's Jewish community condemning the incident.

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October 11, 2002 - Bucharest - Swastikas and other Nazi slogans were painted on the walls of the Jewish Theater of Bucharest in Romania. Anti-Semitic slogans were scrawled on buildings and an alleyway in northwest Romania as well. One slogan read "Achtung Juden, "which is German for "Jews beware."

June 28, 2002 - Vatra-Dornei - During the night, a synagogue in this small town was ransacked in an unsuccessful attempt to find Torah scrolls. In order to prevent being detected by the synagogue’s alarm system, the vandals caused a city-wide power outage.

May 18, 2002 - Falticeni, Suceava - A synagogue in the small town of Falticeni, Romania was discovered to have been broken into and vandalized. The incident was believed to have occurred at some point after April 27. The vandals, who called themselves the "Anti-Semitic Battle Front," broke windows of the synagogue, stole Torah scrolls, and covered the walls of the synagogue with pro-Nazi graffiti including the statements, "Heil Hitler," and "Death and Gas Chambers to the Jews." The synagogue, built in 1862, is one of ten national Jewish monuments slated for restoration by the Romanian government. At the time of the synagogue's construction, Jews comprised half of Falticeni's population, but currently only 50 of Romania's 14,000 Jews reside in the town.

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September 17, 2002 -- Rybinsk -- An old Jewish cemetery in Rybinsk was desecrated. Twelve large monuments were destroyed. No perpetrators have been arrested.

May 27, 2002 - Moscow - On the Kiev highway, near Moscow, a young woman suffered injuries in from explosion while she was attempting to remove a roadside sign reading, "Death to the Jews!"

May 15, 2002 - Rostov - A stone was thrown at a synagogue, breaking a window.

May 5, 2002 - Rostov - Vandals smashed the windows of and set fire to a synagogue in Rostov. The fire was extinguished by a security guard. Later, the synagogue's windows were smashed

April 22, 2002 - Perm - The words "Death to the Jews," was found written on a wall of the synagogue in Perm.

April 22, 2002 - Rostov - A synagogue was desecrated with pictures of swastikas and graffiti reading, "Death to Jews" scrawled on the walls.

April 22, 2002 - Ulyanovsk - The leader of Ulyanovsk's Jewish community was physically attacked.

April 20, 2002 -Kostroma - On the anniversary of Hitler's birthday, three neo-Nazis threw bottles at a synagogue and attempted to enter it, but were arrested by police.

April 20, 2002 - Ulyanovsk - On the anniversary of Hitler's birthday, anti-Semitic graffiti was painted on the walls of a Jewish community building, and anti-Semitic statements including, "Kikes, get out of Russia," were shouted. Vandals also attempted to smash the windows of the building, but were prevented by the windows' heavy shutters.

April 19, 2002 - Krasnoyarsk - One day before the anniversary of Hitler's birthday, a bomb exploded near a synagogue in Krasnoyarsk, with no casualties.

April 16, 2002 - Rostov - The windows of a synagogue in Rostov were smashed.

April 16, 2002 - Taganrog - The building of the Jewish organization Hesed, which is frequently the victim of anti-Semitic graffiti, was attacked by vandals who broke the building's windows and stole plaques from inside the building.

April 16, 2002 - Volgograd - A representative of the Hillel Foundation was attacked and sent to the hospital in serious condition.

April 12, 2002 - Yoshkar Ola - Graffiti reading, "Jews go home" was found painted on the walls of the Jewish community building.

April 6, 2002 - Orenburg - A synagogue was desecrated with a Star of David and a swastika scratched on the door.

February 15, 2002 - Vladivostok - A monument to the Jewish Russian poet Osip Mandelshtam, who died in a labor camp during Stalin's rule, was found desecrated with green paint.

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April 21, 2002 - Kosice - One day after the anniversary of Hitler's birthday, over 100 gravestones in Slovakia's largest Jewish cemetery were found to have been defaced.

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South Africa

December 30, 2002 – Cape Town – Twenty-eight graves in Pinelands' Jewish Cemetery and another 10 graves at the Jewish Cemetery in the Strand in Cape Town were desecrated by vandals. Headstones of the graves were toppled and many were shattered.

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March 8, 2002 - Seuta - The door of a synagogue was set on fire around midnight.

January 5, 2002 - Madrid - Anti-Semitic graffiti was found on the door of a synagogue.

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April 18, 2002 - Stockholm - Following a demonstration organized by the youth movement of the Liberal Party opposing recent anti-Semitic violence worldwide, the participants, including several Holocaust survivors, were physically attacked by a group wearing masks. The attack is suspected to have been linked to a pro-Palestinian demonstration that day.

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April 22, 2002 - Geneva - A window was smashed of the Guirsa Jewish school.

April 17, 2002 - Geneva - Anti-Semitic graffiti calling for the murder of Jews was found near the Jewish community building and outside the Guirsa Jewish school.

March 31, 2002 - Geneva - Anti-Semitic graffiti was found on the walls of a synagogue on Place de la Synagogue on two consecutive nights.

February 25, 2002 - Geneva - Swastikas and anti-Semitic graffiti were found on a memorial to Holocaust victims. A nearby synagogue was pelted with beer bottles and street lamps.

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April 15, 2002 - La Marsa - Vandals broke into a synagogue in the suburbs of Tunis, destroying Torah scrolls and synagogue furniture, and leaving PLO flags and pictures of Arafat around the building.

April 11, 2002 - Djerbia - A gas truck was deliberately exploded near an ancient synagogue on this Tunisian island. Fourteen people were killed, including German tourists, as well as two Jewish synagogue employees. Al-Qaeda later claimed responsibility for the attack.

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April 19, 2002 - Mykolaiv - A stone was thrown into the window of a rabbi's office, landing on a computer keyboard.

April 19, 2002 - Mykolaiv - Swastikas were painted on the walls of a Jewish kindergarten.

April 13, 2002 - Kiev - During the night, a group of about 50 young people attacked the Grand Synagogue of Kiev, throwing stones, breaking windows of the synagogue, and physically attacking both the head of the yeshiva and the 14-year-old son of the synagogue's rabbi.

March 29 , 2002 - Lutsk - During Passover, an elderly Jewish man in a synagogue was stabbed in the face and head when he attempted to prevent a young man from entering the building. After attacking the elderly man, the young man yelled anti-Semitic insults and fled. The elderly man was hospitalized after the incident.

January 27, 2002 - Mykolaiv - Windowpanes were smashed and anti-Semitic signs were left on the walls of the Mykolaiv synogugue.

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United Kingdom

November 26, 2002 - London - Vandals desecrated Jewish graves in a cemetery north of London by daubing red Nazi swastikas on every headstone.

July 11 - Swansea, Wales - The Swansea Synagogue was desecrated by vandals with Nazi graffiti, including a swastika and the phrase "T4 Jewish c*** from Hitler." A 300-year-old Torah scroll was damaged and another was burned. The building was also covered in a flammable material, however, attempts to burn it down were unsuccessful.

May 6, 2002 - London - Following a rally in support of Israel, a boy wearing a shirt with a Star of David was attacked by three youths and hit on the head with a baseball bat.

April 27, 2002 - London - A synagogue in the Finsbury Park neighborhood was desecrated, destroying religious objects and books, shattering windows, and leaving swastikas sprayed on walls. The synagogue had been attacked six months earlier.

April 17, 2002 - London - Three times in the course of one hour, the Wembley United Synagogue was targeted in drive-by attacks during which stones were thrown at the synagogue.

April 6, 2002 - Manchester - The windows of the Shaare Hayim synagogue were smashed.

April 5, 2002 - Glasgow - The windows of the Langside Hebrew Congregation were smashed.

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April 30, 2002 - Montevideo - Anti-Semitic graffiti and pictures of swastikas were painted on the walls of buildings in the Pocitos section of Montevideo, where many of the city's Jews live.

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April 6, 2002 - Caracas - Anti-Semitic graffiti describing the "Palestinian Holocaust" and pictures of swastikas were found on a wall of the Hebraica Club and on nearby buildings.

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