Graffiti saying “filthy Jews” was spray painted onto the letterbox of a school in France.
The antisemitic vandals also wrote “Jews forbidden” in German and “Filthy Jewish and Romani people” in French.
The Anne Frank School is a Jewish school in Montreuil, a suburb of Paris.
The police collected evidence, and subsequently had the graffiti removed at the request of the Mayor. However, similar antisemitic graffiti has been found in the locality.
Juliette Timsit, who was formerly the Headteacher of the school, commented “this is the school that was targeted, particularly because of its name, Anne Frank. I was very proud to be a principal in this school. I love it…I am deeply affected by this and can barely hold back the tears”.
Whilst we report on a great deal of antisemitic graffiti, this incident is particularly shocking, both because it has targeted a Jewish school, but also because of the particularly nasty references to the Holocaust and Nazi Germany, coupled with the fact the school is named after Anne Frank.