vandalism

CTV Interviews B’nai Brith on Winnipeg Hate Crime

CTV News Winnipeg’s Michelle Gerwing spoke to Amanda Hohmann, National Director of B’nai Brith Canada’s League for Human Rights, on Jan. 5, 2017, regarding an antisemitic incident involving rock containing a swastika and antisemitic messages  that was left outside a Jewish family’s home in Winnipeg.

Winnipeg Homeowners Rocked by Antisemitic Messages

  By Marty York Chief Media Officer B’nai Brith Canada The Winnipeg Police Department and its Hate Crimes Coordinator are investigating an ugly antisemitic incident that occurred in a residential neighbourhood near downtown Winnipeg on New Year’s Eve after the victims, who have asked to remain anonymous, called B’nai Brith Canada’s 24-7 Anti-Hate Hotline. “This …

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Vandal Refuses To Stop Painting Antisemitic Imagery On D.C. Crosswalk

By Jordan Zaitchik B’nai Brith Canada For the fifth time this month, the busiest intersection of Washington D.C.’s Chinatown has been vandalized with antisemitic graffiti. On Monday, police officers found ‘Jew’ scrawled over an image of a rat, accompanied by swastikas nearby. The word ‘Jew’ has overlaid the image of the rat four times prior to it …

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Mayor Urges Winnipeg to ‘Stand in Solidarity’ With Jewish Community

By Daniel Koren Media Coordinator B’nai Brith Canada Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman issued a statement today (Friday, Jan. 6) denouncing an ugly act of antisemitism  that has left the entire city pretty shaken up. On New Year’s Eve, a Winnipeg family returned home to find a gift bag containing a rock painted with swastikas and antisemitic …

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