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Vandalism

Vandalism Vandals defeated the old Jewish cemetery, located in the city of Delitzsch in Saxony. April 2010.

The period between 2014 and 2015 was marked by a wave of xenophobic vandalism, particularly against migrants. 229 cases of xenophobic vandalism have been recorded in 2014.

Most were targeted at immigrants (172), 39 cases were anti-Semitic, 7 cases were anti-Muslim, 4 cases targeted prisoners of Nazi concentration camps, 2 cases were anti-Christian. There have been 170 attacks on refugee centres, compared to 55 in 2013. In 2015, the wave of vandal attacks increased sharply. In total, 288 protest actions against refugees were registered this year. However, attacks on refugee reception facilities were recorded five times more than last year - 1,031 cases. These include 4 murder attempts, 60 injuries, 94 acts of vandalism and 8 cases involving the use of explosives.

In 2014, vandals attacked mosques in Gelsenkirchen (May 15 and July 14 ), Dresden (July 11 ), Baumveg (July 14 ), Wuppertal (25 and 29 July ), Aachen (29 July ), Hanover (August 3 ), and the monument to Holocaust victims in Wismar (4 July ), Berlin (11 and 14 July ), Chemnitz and Herne (July 24 )) Bad Nenndorf (July 28) .

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