Jewish cemetery in Cleveland vandalized with swastika graffiti

Graves at a Jewish cemetery in Cleveland were vandalized with swastika graffiti, according to the local Jewish federation.

On its Facebook page, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland says some 20 people cleaned up the graffiti at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery, which it hails as “further proof of the strength of our community and the unwavering commitment to one another that connects us.”

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