Soastics in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal
Almost 100 days after the Hamas massacre in Israel, anti-Semitic graffiti continues on the streets, monuments and houses of Portugal. The Lisbon City Council building was vandalized last week and its president was called a genocide.
The municipal police and the security services of the Jewish community work around the clock to try to clean up extremist graffiti that encourages hatred and discrimination against Israel, Jews and Israelis in general.
Anti-Semitic graffiti in Porto, Portugal
All of this began shortly after October 7th and was visibly manifested for the first time in the Oporto Synagogue, which demonstrates that hatred against Israel always extends to local Jews.