Serbian Orthodox Church vandalized with fascist graffiti in Sinj, Croatia
A Serbian Orthodox Church in Sinj, Croatia, has been vandalized with fascist graffiti, reports of Info service of Diocese of Dalmatia said.
The Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) Diocese of Dalmatia announced on Monday that the incident was meant to threaten and pressure Serbs there. The recently restored Church of St. Peter and Paul has been completely covered in hate graffiti directed against Serbs, that also glorified the WW2 puppet Nazi Independent State of Croatia (NDH), said the statement. "This act of unheard-of vandalism has been reported to the local police," said the diocese.
Source: Diocese of Dalmatia