Westchester Synagogue Defaced With Swastika by the Forward

Westchester Synagogue Defaced With Swastika

Anti-Semitic graffiti was spray-painted on a Jewish nursery school in Mount Kisco, a New York City suburb in Westchester County.

Two swastikas were discovered Sunday on the wall of the Bet Torah synagogue preschool.

The incident, which remains under investigation, is being treated as a hate crime by the Westchester County Police.


Westchester Synagogue Defaced With Swastika

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