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Unknown people drew a swastika on the wall of a Jewish activist's store in Syktyvkar

Dmitry Stepanovsky
Photo by Vladimir Zubkov

In Syktyvkar, unknown people drew a swastika on the wall of a concession stand run by Vladimir Zubkov, a member of the Komi Human Rights Committee of Memorial and an activist of the Jewish National Cultural Autonomy. He told 7x7 that he had filed an application to the police and suggested that nationalists had done it.

An empty concession stand is located a few meters from the Sysola Highway on the outskirts of Syktyvkar. The windows were broken out, the iron door was broken, a black swastika was drawn and the following words were written in the store: "Russia for Russians". According to Vladimir Zubkov, unknown people knew who owned the shop premises:

— I believe that these are the same people who once attacked the Jewish community in the same way. I don't think there are any new ones. They knew exactly where to go, they knew who owned the building.

'Russia for Russians!'


Unknown people drew a swastika at the entrance to the Jewish Culture Center in Syktyvkar and painted  black the sign of the organization in October 2013.

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