Jewish home in Las Vegas targeted with anti-Semitic graffiti

Sara Attia, already planning on leaving US for Israel, finds Nazi symbol and ‘Heil Hitler’ sprayed on her front door, in second incident of swastikas daubed on area homes in a week  Police are investigating after a Jewish home in Las Vegas was tagged with anti-Semitic graffiti on Monday, the second incident within a week of Nazi symbols sprayed on residential buildings. Sara Attia said she called police after finding a swastika and the phrase “Heil Hitler” drawn on the door of her apartment, the Las Vegas Review Journal reported. Attia, 27, speaks Hebrew and noted she is open about being Jewish and has no doubt that her home was deliberately targeted.