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Hate Crime Hits New York Yeshiva Painted With Swastikas, Set On Fire

A yeshiva located in upstate New York was set on fire and swastikas were spray painted on the building, an incident that’s being treated as a hate crime.

The arson and vandalism incident at the Yeshiva Deah Yoreh, located on a former farm in White Sulphur Springs occurred on January 28, but was first reported by the Rockland/Westchester Journal News on Wednesday afternoon.

Two barns on the property of the yeshiva, which combines education and farming, were damaged and numerous swastikas were painted on the walls.

The post Upstate New York yeshiva set on fire and painted with swastikas appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

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