The messages were painted on a wall of the synagogue that was built from the bricks of the original structure that the Nazis destroyed in 1938.
The Austrian Parliament officially adopted a resolution May 30 calling to ban commemorations of the Nazi-era Croatian Ustase regime and the WWII event known as the Bleiburg Repatriations on Austrian soil.
One photo was of a young man — one of the owner’s uncles — wearing a uniform with an eagle and swastika badge.
On May 26, a public art installation in Vienna featuring portraits of Holocaust survivors was slashed with a knife. It wasn’t the first attack.
Austrians could identify Eichmann…but not the fact that he was Austrian.
The poem’s rat narrator tells migrants to integrate or “quickly hurry away,” adding, “if you mix two cultures…it’s as if you destroy them.”
He also criticized George Soros while lamenting that white Europeans will be replaced by immigrants.
The Freedom Party, which was founded by former Nazis, is protesting being barred from a ceremony commemorating the liberation of a concentration camp.
Talya Zax wrote on ““Die Stadt Ohne Juden,” or “The City Without Jews,” a 1924 Austrian silent film that was rediscovered in a flea market.
Several Israeli officials have held meetings with far-right officials from Austria and other European countries. Should they be doing so?