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Suspect Questioned over Anti-EU Graffiti at EU’s Ramat Gan Office

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European Union flags flying in front of the European Commission building in Brussels

Israeli activists Sheffi Paz and Meirav Hajaj, residents of south Tel Aviv, were alleged as the two who vandalized the entrance to the offices of the European Union in Ramat Gan on Sunday.

The pair were seen in security footage spraying “EU Get Out” and “German money kills Jews” in red spray paint” on the door to the office complex.

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Paz was picked up for questioning Sunday evening by Israel Police after it was found that she and Hajaj were seen on the security footage defacing the entrance to the EU embassy.

Paz was subsequently questioned by police at the precinct in Ramat Gan in connection with the incident.

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