Antisemitic graffiti has been found in Southwick in West Sussex. Journalist James Lillywhite came across the graffiti and tweeted: “It takes a lot to shock me, but this extremely racist and antisemitic graffiti in #Southwick is very offensive and worrying”.
The graffiti feature a caricature of a Jew with a huge nose, says that “[Jews] did 9/11” and “Jews r evill [sic]”. The graffiti is accompanied by what appears to be “Odin’s Cross”, a white supremacist symbol.
Mr Lillywhite has contacted Sussex Police and the local Council so that the incident can be investigated and the graffiti can be removed.
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