Windows were shattered and anti-Semitic graffiti was painted on the building that houses a Russian Jewish school. The Sept. 12 incident in the central Russian city of Bryansk was the latest anti-Semitic act against the school, which just moved to its current location a week ago. A local rabbi was quoted by the AEN news agency as saying some residents in the neighborhood were expressing hostility over a new Jewish school.
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