Anti-Semitic and racist labels, targeting in particular the prefect of the Grand Est region and immigrants, had been enrolled at Brumath's mayor's home, in the Bas-Rhin, the night from Thursday to Friday.
"All the facades of the house and the garage door were label at a height of two meters"Said Mayor Broumath Etienne Wolf," confused. "
Written, he clarified: "Marx = Jude" (Hebrew in German) next to a swastika, "The Jewish Prefect Marx, we do not want more immigrants," "Migrant raus" (out of German) or "Alsatian elected = sold."
My name was not anywhere, but my home was targeted as an Alsatian elector, "he added, adding that he was a Catholic and had taught religion for thirty years.
A complaint was filed with the police and the craftsmanship craftsmen conducted an index survey, said the elected, who is also vice-president of the department of Bas-Rhin.
Etienne Wolf had the paintings at that time.
"It has been 18 years since I was mayor, I have never encountered this problem"
Five other communities affected
In recent weeks there have been anti-Semitic inscriptions targeting, among others, the prefect Jean-Luc Marx in five other Bas-Rhin communities, the county said.
Prefect Marx filed a complaint following these events, added the county without further details.
In a statement, LR President Jean Rottner denounces "acts (which are contrary to the spirit of respect for the Other and humanity that characterize our lands") and expresses "deep indignation."
Prime Minister Edward Philippi announced on Friday, 80 years after Crusader's deadly night and Nazi atrocities against the Jews in Germany on November 9, 1938, that anti-Semitic acts in France increased by more than 69% over the last nine years. in the first months of 2018.