Sunday, 11 May 2014

Antisemitic Sign Displayed at Latvian Pre-School

FSWC Reports:


A sign hangs in the heart of Riga, capital of the eastern European country of Latvia, that labels a pre-school as "Judenfrei" (free of Jews), a saying often used by the Nazis to describe an area that had been cleared of Jews.

Local media sources recently uncovered that the preschool is owned by the family of Imants Parādnieks, a member of Latvian Parliament representing the National Unity Party that's been accused for anti-Semitic sentiments and identifies with the country's historical period under the control of the Nazis. 


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