The sticker was reported by a group called Sunderland Unites and removed by Sunderland Lads & Lasses Against Fascism. The sticker is thought to be connected to an online group known as the Hundred Handers that encourages users to print and distribute the stickers.
The Hundred Handers are also believed to be behind the Edinburgh stickers as well.
Campaign Against Antisemitism thanks the activists involved and calls on the authorities to investigate who is responsible. Residents are also urged to remain vigilant.
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