Santa Fe – An antisemitic act occurred in one of the buildings of the Jewish community, where they painted a swastika in the Hinenu Jewish Museum located on Calle May 1st to 2100, in the city of Santa Fe.
Horacio Roitman, president of the DAIA Santa Fe told El Litoral that this painting is part of a series of antisemitic acts that have occurred in recent days.
“The cameras are being checked since there are several in the area. What we estimate is that there was a continuity of not very pleasant situations that occurred during the New Year and Pardon Day periods (N. of the R: the interviewee refers to September 25-27 and October 4-5, respectively) », assured the head of the local DAIA.
«There were insults, inconveniences and grievances on social networks; fundamentally from the closure of the streets for a very short period for the entry and exit of people from the synagogue,” he explained.
The place also has a security checkpoint that is next to where the antisemitic graffiti took place, so it is estimated that this would have happened around 6, when the changing of the guard takes place.
The place was recently declared of municipal interest. It is the only Jewish Museum in Santa Fe where it is shown and narrated with objects and documentation from the arrival of Jews to our region to the present day. “Hinenu” in Hebrew means “Here we are”.
Roitman announced that the complaint is being made to the police. “A complaint was already being put together for what happened on the Day of Forgiveness, where there were identified cars that suspiciously passed by several times during the event. Nothing else happened, they were detected. We think this is a continuity,” he remarked.