Chantilly, VA – Graffiti that reads “f*** kikes,” “f***ots” and “f*** n****rs” and which included swastikas was found this weekend at a shopping center in Loudoun County, Virginia, according to Gil Preuss, CEO of The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington.
“The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington is deeply disturbed by the discovery of antisemitic, racist and homophobic graffiti in Loudoun County this weekend,” a press release on behalf of the Jewish Federation stated.
“The use of the symbol ‘1488’ in particular indicates the perpetrator’s endorsement of white supremacy and its beliefs.”
The Federation added that it is working with its security and the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office to look into the incident.
📍 Loudoun County, VA – grotesque antisemitic, anti-Black, homophobic graffiti spotted yesterday at the South Riding Shopping Center pic.twitter.com/vNQRDPNgw4— StopAntisemitism (@StopAntisemites) December 4, 2022