Members of Baltimore synagogue speak out after finding swastika

Jewish leaders and Baltimore officials linked arms to pray Sunday after a swastika appeared on a sign belonging to the Jewish Museum of Maryland. The appearance of the Nazi symbol is believed to be the latest in a nationwide series of attacks on Jewish centers — this one less than two weeks after the museum on Lloyd Street opened an exhibit called "Remembering Auschwitz: History, Holocaust, Humanity." More than 50 people linked arms to pray and to speak out against the act Sunday morning near the sign at B'Nai Israel: The Downtown Synagogue. (Balt. Sun)

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