‘Wanted’ and ‘Warning’ posters containing swastikas posted to Jewish owned businesses in Los Angeles (video)By Mason White 12:46 PM August 15, 2014
|A poster that was found at a Jewish business in Los Angeles, California|
By: Aarav Sen
(Scroll down for video) Jewish owners of businesses discovered anti-Semitic posters at their doors this week, CBS2 reported.
One Jewish shop owner in Los Angeles, California, said that he found one of the handwritten posters containing several swastikas along with the words “Wanted” and “Warning,” below the door of his business on Tuesday morning.
The store owner said that he experienced a range of emotions at the time of discovery. “I was very sad,” he said.
Hasidic Rabbi Boruch Cunin of Chabad, said that he is struggling to understand how such a thing could happen in Los Angeles.
The posters resembled anti-Semitic posters found in North Hollywood and Valley Village, several month ago. Anti-Jewish attacks surged across the globe since Israel began defending itself against missiles fired by Hamas from Gaza.