PHOTO: Swastika Etched into Baseball Field in Coventry Square

This Swastika was found etched in the baseball field of the Coventry Square neighborhood of Lakewood today.

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  1. Yes, anti semitism is on the rise and is a serious threat. But all things aren’t equal. Swastikas etched into sand, usually by kids who don’t even really know what it means, has been going on for a long time, and I’m a senior citizen. This is just the usual anti semitism that never went away. The serious anti semitic acts that take place in universities, in govt. offices, or that really physically hurt Yidden are acts that should really concern us.

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