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petek, 3 decembra, 2021

Zavod Iskreni vandalised with swastikas

By:J.S., STA

A building in Ljubljana housing the Zavod Iskreni, a Christian NGO, has been defaced as unknown perpetrators spray-painted two swastikas on its facade and entrance and wrote “Corruption?” on the door, in what is another in a series of similar recent incidents.

The NGO, which is best known for promoting family and Christian values and organising anti-abortion rallies and pickets, has lately been in the spotlight after it was one of the organisations selected to receive funding from the Labour Ministry for mitigation of the impact of the coronavirus epidemic.


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