& # 39; Auschwitz had better food & # 39 ;: cruel trolls leave anti-Semitic comments about the cafe belonging to the granddaughter of a holocaust survivor after her company was sprayed by a swastika
- Aliza Shuvaly arrived to work on July 4 to find a large swastika on her fence
- The words & # 39; The Holocaust is a lie & # 39; was also sprayed in white graffiti over a fence
- Days later a troll left a review and said: & # 39; Auschwitz had better food & # 39;
- Mrs. Shuvaly was shaken after the attack and now feels that she is a target
Cruel internet scrolls have left an anti-Semitic comment about a review for a cafe owned by the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor – days after a swastika was sprayed on her farm.
Aliza Shuvaly arrived on July 4 at her cafe Aliza & # 39; s Place in Chadstone in southeast Melbourne to find a huge swastika and & # 39; The Holocaust is a lie & # 39; spread over the fence of the company.
Days later, an internet scroll wrote a review for the cafe that said; & # 39; Auschwitz has better food than this, who are you still trying to impress? & # 39;
& # 39; Auschwitz also came with a swimming pool, soccer field, hospital and ten other facilities for your convenience and you are still crying about it. & # 39;
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Aliza Shuvaly said she arrived in Chadstone in southeast Melbourne on July 9 at 9:00 am on July 9 at 9:00 am to find a huge swastika and & # 39; The Holocaust is a lie & # 39; stretched out on the fence of the company (photo)
Days later, an internet scroll wrote a review for Aliza & # 39; s Place Café on Batesford Road that said; & # 39; Auschwitz has better food than this, who are you still trying to impress? & # 39;
Aliza Shuvaly (photo) says she finds it hard to believe that the attack was not premeditated and feels like a & # 39; target & # 39;
Mrs. Shuvaly, owner of the cafe, told about the pain the graffiti had caused her when it was first discovered.
& # 39; It doesn't feel like a target, but it (also evokes many memories) (and made me feel) with a broken heart & # 39 ;, she told 9News earlier this month.
The Anti-Defamation Commission of Victoria condemned the attacks and called on the police to provide harsh penalties for those responsible.
& # 39; Another day, another nauseating attack on the Jewish community and on the memory of the Holocaust & # 39 ;, chairman Dr. Dvir Abramovich told the Herald Sun..
& # 39; Anti-Semitism is all too common. We must ensure that we do not reach the point where Jews in Victoria do not feel safe walking the streets or in their company.
& # 39; I hope that the community as a whole will stand together in the coming days and raise its voice by condemning this heartbreaking incident, & # 39; he decided.
Police said the attacks took place in the Chadstone area between 6:00 pm on Wednesday evening until 6:00 am July 4.
Anyone with any information is requested to contact Crime Stoppers.
Daily Mail Australia has approached Aliza Shuvaly for comment.
The attack took place in café Shuvaly, Aliza & # 39; s Place Café on Batesford Road in Chadstone – along the back fence
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