Spain. Targeted village of anti-Semitic attack


After Castrillo de Matajudios changed its name, graffiti emerged in the Sephardic community’s memory center, praising the Inquisition and the Holocaust.

The old persecutions of Jews and Moors in the Iberian Peninsula returned to haunt the village of Castrillo, in the Spanish province of Burgos. On the walls of this land, which until six years ago was called Castrillo de Matajudíos, or “castle mata-judeus” in Portuguese, graffiti with anti-Semitic messages appeared, painted in black spray during the night, targeting buildings such as the town hall and the center of Sephardic memory, which is still under construction, invoking the Inquisition and the Holocaust, to the shock of the local population.

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