Antisemitic graffiti found at the University of Toronto

Antisemitic graffiti found at the University of Toronto

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October 14, 2016

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Antisemitic swastika graffiti were found last week across six locations at the University of Toronto including on Medical Sciences Building signage at 1 King’s College Circle, on a bus shelter near the southwest corner of St. George Street and Harbord Street, on a signboard outside the Department of Sociology building at 725 Spadina Avenue and at the Department of Sociology building.

The university was informed and quickly removed the graffiti. Toronto Police have launched an investigation with no leads yet to the perpetrators.

The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) and Hillel Ontario condemned the incidents. “We are deeply alarmed to hear of these disturbing incidents which appear to be deliberate acts of hate rather than matters of casual or thoughtless graffiti.

 

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