Michigan synagogue’s doors plastered with anti-Semitic posters

October 15, 2019
Image of Adolf Hitler with words ‘Did you forget about me?’ removed from site, another called for ‘crusade against Semite-led subhumans’

One poster said “Did you forget about me? The other said “A crusade against semite led subhumans”

Marcy Oster writes in the Jewish Telegraph Agency, carried in Times of Israel, “The doors of a synagogue in Grand Rapids, Michigan, were plastered with posters described by police as anti-Semitic. Rabbi Michael Schadick of Temple Emanuel discovered the posters on Sunday morning, prior to the start of Sunday School at the synagogue.  Local media did not report the contents of the posters. But photos of them were disseminated on social media. One of the posters features an image of Adolf Hitler with the words “Did you forget about me?” A second calls for a “crusade against Semite-led subhumans.”…

““Standing in solidarity with our Jewish friends and neighbors. And standing united in rejecting these acts of hatred and anti-Semitism,” Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss tweeted.” (more…)


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