SICKENING: New Jersey Holocaust memorial site defaced with horrific anti-Semitic banner and police say the hateful vandals are still at large

Police are hunting for suspects who allegedly placed a large anti-Semitic banner over a Holocaust memorial site in front of a New Jersey synagogue, according to Daily Mail.

The banner, which was filled with slurs and anti-semitic sentiment, managed to cover the entire Lakewood memorial, as noted by the Anti-Defamation League.

The ADL shared photos of the banner on Twitter. It refers to Jewish people as “heebs,” a potent anti-semitic slur.

It reads, in full, “Heebs will not divide us” and then directs readers to a white nationalist website called Vanguard America.

The site’s manifesto is a harrowing look into the anti-immigrant mindset.

“Democracy has failed in this once great nation. Brought to its knees by decadence, America now faces the greatest threat in its history,” it reads. “Our people are subjugated while an endless tide of incompatible foreigners floods this nation every year. If current trends continue, White Americans will be a minority in the nation they built. It’s time to take a stand.”

New Jersey authorities announced on Sunday that they are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for defacing the memorial.

Police have noted that members of the same group could also be responsible for a recent spate of anti-Semitic fliers that have turned up on vehicles in the Lakewood area.

The “thieving Jews” referred to in these fliers relate to several local Jewish couples who were recently caught perpetrating a welfare scam, according to The Times of Israel.

The ADL has reported that the number of anti-Semitic incidents in the country is up 86 percent over this point in 2016.

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