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>> Hundreds of headstones vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia over the weekend. The second desecration of a Jewish burial ground within a week. A visitor at Mount Carmel Cemetery reporting Sunday that the gravestones of three of his relatives had been toppled. Police then finding scores more damaged.
Those of Nicholas 's grandparents and great-grandparents among them.>> I just haven't had time to cry. It's personal.>>
]>> Concerned citizens joining Muslim and other religious leaders to help with the repair Sunday night.>> I am a child of a Holocaust survivor. So I grew up with stories of destruction of Jewish cemeteries.
I always thought that we were done with that.>> Last week, 170 headstones were toppled in a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis. Jewish community centers across the US have also reported a surge in bomb threats but all were hoaxes. Some Jewish groups have described the vandalism and threats.
As the latest evidence that Donald Trump's election as US President had emboldened anti-Semitic groups. Trump delivered his first public condemnation of anti-Semitic incidents last Tuesday. The Anti-Defamation League is offering a $10,000 reward in the Philadelphia case.>> You're getting there.>>