Incidents Decreased, as Synagogue Targeted

| June 8, 2009

The evening before the Anti-Defamation League was set to release its annual audit of anti-Semitic incidents, just such an event was being perpetrated at a local Conservative synagogue.

Arriving for morning minyan, congregants at Congregation Ner Zedek-Ezrath Israel-Beth Uziel in Northeast Philadelphia found a gold, spray-painted swastika on the front of their building, reported office manager Terrie Bass.

The offending insignia measures about 2×2 feet, according to Bass, and can be seen from the street, depending on the angle and the light.

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