Eric Adams, center, holds up a symbol opr the KKK during a "Walk For Tolerance" in response to antio-Semitic attack in Brooklyn.
NEW YORK (AP) -- About 100 people have marched in Brooklyn to
protest against vandals who torched three cars and scrawled Nazi
swastikas in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood.
Protesters say they are taking a stand against the unknown vandals who set the cars ablaze Friday night and early Saturday. The vandals spray-painted the letters "KKK" on a van, put swastikas on benches and left other anti-Semitic messages on a sidewalk in the Midwood neighborhood.
The marchers were joined by lawmakers and community leaders.
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