Swastikas Painted on Memorial for Jewish Holocaust Victims in Town That Once Hosted Tomchei Temimim

Otwok Poland (pronounced Otvotzk), one home to Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim had swastikas painted on a memorial for the victims of the Holocaust.

by CrownHeights.info

The town of Otwok Poland, just 12 miles south of Warsaw and once home to Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim had a Holocaust memorial vandalized with a painted swastika.

The monument commemorating the 2,400 Jewish residents of the city who were murdered in August and September of 1942 by the Nazi occupiers.

This is not only the place of their execution, but also a collective grave for the victims.

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