Police in the German city of Ulm, Federal land Baden-württemberg, did not find evidence of anti-Semitism in the actions of the attackers who twice attacked a local synagogue in August and September this year. This statement angered the defenders of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
About it writes on Tuesday, September 12, the German newspaper Augsburger Allgemeine.
The newspaper reminds that September 4 is not known to the police, the criminals broke a hole in the synagogue and then came back and disfigured the facade, causing damage to the amount of about $ 5000.
The persons who, according to police, there were six, fled the scene of the crime and are wanted. Rabbi Shneur Trebnik said in an interview: the attack on the synagogue is not new for the Jewish community, but this time, unlike the previous one, the building suffered serious damage.
Recall that the synagogue in Ulm, where there are today about 3.000 Jews, was opened in 2012. It was built on the site of the old, destroyed in 1938 Goode – the course of the pogroms of Kristallnacht.