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Arabic-written graffiti and Swastika at a wall on the Mount of Olives, in East Jerusalem (2015)

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Submitted by Thomas (United States), Jun 11, 2022 at 21:11

Arab Antisemitism: Graffiti and Swastika on the Mount of Olives stock photo...

Jerusalem, Israel - September 4, 2015: Arabic-written graffiti and Swastika at a wall on the Mount of Olives, in East Jerusalem, on a summer day.

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