The locality of Santa Teresita, located in the Partido de la Costa, woke up with anti-Semitic graffiti in the vicinity of a hotel in which more than 200 people from the Jewish community celebrated the feast of Passover.

In several near the hotel walls were painted swastikas and slogans like 'Juden morten and overnight motorcycles whose drivers were heard shouting slogans became similar.

The fact was rejected by the government of Buenos Aires, INADI and Jewish community leaders, as the holder of the AMIA, Guillermo Borger, who expressed his "total condemnation and outrage" and said it will make the complaint.

Borger also described the attackers as "a group of misfits who all he does is hurt Argentina", while the secretary general of the Jewish center, Julio Schlosser said "no" because the episode's surprise, he said, that city "housed Nazi war criminals."

This is referred to Dinko Sakic, a croton for 76 years in 1998 was captured in Santa Teresita after being recognized by some of his victims by passing through the Jasenovac concentration camp.

Schlosser expressed confidence that "the prompt action of Justice to allow the officials who took advantage of a very important date for the entire community such as the Passover and Easter Catholics to soil that requires peaceful coexistence Argentina society."

For its part, the president of the CS, Aldo Donzis, pledged to "pursue the investigation to find" those responsible for anti-Semitic graffiti, whom he described as people who "live permanently in aggression and intolerance."

Meanwhile, Minister of Government of Buenos Aires, Eduardo Camano, said the province "rejects any act that harms and the Jewish community" and said the administration of Gov. Daniel Scioli ordered an investigation into the incident.

Camano said that the police of the Province of Buenos Aires mounted an operation in the vicinity of the hotel to ensure the safety of people who are there.

Moreover, the holder of the Buenos Aires delegation of the National Institute against Discrimination, Xenophobia and Racism (INADI), Paul Roma, announced that the Agency shall make a complaint about graffiti.

"We formed to make the complaint by the Public Prosecutor on duty. Of course it we will track the item properly and expect an immediate clarification of the facts by the Court," said Rome.

For several years, a significant number of Orthodox Jewish families celebrate Passover collectively in different parts of the country.