Almost 100 days after the Hamas massacre in Israel, anti-Semitic graffiti continues on the streets, monuments and houses of Portugal.

Destruction, demilitarization and deradicalization sum up the Israeli prime minister's formula for peace.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to a special Knesset session on the issue of the hostages being held by Hamas in Gaza.

The PM also denied "erroneous reports" that the U.S. had prevented Israel from taking action against other hostile entities in the region.

The group is responsible for other acts of vandalism, such as the one carried out a month ago on the façade of the Portuguese company Steconfer.

Despite warming relations between Rabat and Jerusalem in recent years, the situation has taken a turn for the worse after Hamas's Oct. 7 massacre.