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Anti-Semitic Message: Anti-Semitic and Traffic Post

anti-semitic message: Two days later, an anti-Semitic poster was left on a traffic post, and then on May 26, hate posters were placed on a number of cars parked at a church in the area of Mainway and Walkers Line, according to CTV. On May 30, a citizen reported an anti-Semitic message was scribbled onto their car in marker. Police say the first incident occurred on May 21 near Dundas Street and Guelph Line, when a note was left on a parked vehicle that contained what they called a hate-motivated racist message. Overnight between June 1 and June 2, what police describe as anti-Semitic imagery was found posted on the main doors at the Burlington Art Gallery. Hate crime has no place in any community, and I am confident that the persons responsible behind these ignorant, cowardly and hateful acts will be quickly identified with the public's assistance, Halton Regional Police Deputy Chief Nishan Duraiappah said in a statement released Wednesday. And later on June 2, an anti-Semitic image was found attached to the front doors of Burlington City Hall. ( As reported in the news.