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8th-grader who drew swastika on Boston-area school football field won’t face charges

(JTA) — A 13-year-old boy who allegedly drew a swastika on a Boston-area school football field will not face criminal charges.

The teen, an eighth-grader at the Georgetown Middle/High School, dragged his feet on the field’s artificial grass on April 28 in order to create the anti-Semitic symbol, the Boston Globe  196 more words

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Symbols of Hate

Most of my blog posts I also post on my Facebook account, where one or two friends actually read them, like & occasionally comment, most often with a ‘smh’.  1,068 more words

Social Commentary

Fake IKEA Swastika-Shaped Table Named Hadølf Sparked Jewish Outcry in Germany

IKEA has been forced to deny that they are selling a table shaped like a swastika after a doctored image was posted online.

The picture, claiming to be from an Italian IKEA catalogue, sparked online jewish outrage after it went viral in Germany. 156 more words

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NYPD: Swastikas Painted On Garbage Cans, Building In Brooklyn

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A string of painted swastikas have been reportedly spotted in Brooklyn, and police are searching for a suspect.

According to the NYPD, five swastikas were found painted in white near Avenue S between Ryder Street and 38th Street in the Marine Park section of Brooklyn. 66 more words


One House with Two Stars of David and a Swastika!

Because India and its majority religion of Hinduism has never really had a substantial Jewish presence for any length of time, many citizens would see nothing wrong with the picture seen below. 71 more words

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The engine was peeking out of a box under Paul’s table at the Batavia show as I walked past. I stopped, and gently pulled it out for a closer look. 556 more words

Rolling Stock

Repairs Stall After Nepal's Deadly Earthquake

Nearly a year after the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal that claimed more than 8,000 lives on April 25, 2015, the Kathmandu government has yet to rebuild a single permanent home due to bureaucratic delays, red tape and mismanagement — despite $4.1 billion in international pledges toward reconstruction. 202 more words