Mural in London's one-time Jewish heart sparks debate on anti-Semitism
Is a recent coat of paint applied on a wall in the East End of London a case of censorship of political art or a whitewashing of offensive anti-Semitic graffiti?
LONDON - On Friday morning, as I walked through Shoreditch in eastern London, the white paint was still wet. Previous graffiti scrawled over the mural in recent days hadn't been enough to hide the message and someone had done a more thorough job and the main offensive image had been totally covered over in thick paint still congealing. Anti-Semitism or Censorship?
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