Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland condemned a series of anti-Semitic acts committed in Alsace on February 18, which included the targeting of about 80 headstones in a Jewish cemetery which were defaced with swastikas

 It was the latest in a series of such attacks recently in France.

Jagland, whose organisation is based in Strasbourg, said:
“I unreservedly condemn the anti-Semitic, barbaric and disgusting acts of desecration of the Jewish cemetery in the Alsatian to...

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