The security plan Ministry of Interior In response to the escalation of the conflict between Israel and Palestine, this includes the protection of Jewish businesses and cemeteries. Information services increase surveillance by a dozen kosher establishments (which conforms to the dietary standards of Judaism), two cemeteries and 11 synagogues in the Community of Madridas confirmed by The confidentiality.
The list was agreed upon by the Israeli diplomatic delegation in Spain and includes, in addition to official buildings, many pizzerias, restaurants, bars, butcher shops and supermarkets in Madrid run or visited by Jews. To this list is added the part of Almudena cemetery dedicated to the Jewish creed and Hoyo de Manzanares cemeteryalso for the followers of this religion.
Madrid has stepped up security at synagogues and Jewish meeting places
the Federation of Jewish Communities of Spain (FCJE) has already reported a few days ago that graffiti appeared “in the Jewish neighborhood of Besalú (Girona), one on the door of a synagogue in Madrid, another pointing to a house of a Jewish family in Madrid and a Jewish couple received a stone for the window of his house.” Together with the Observatory of Antisemitism in Spain, they warned that this month there will be an “emergence and emergence of antisemitism” in Spain.
In Melilla, a group of pro-Palestinian protesters tried to enter a synagogue. It is estimated that about 45,000 Jews live permanently in Spain. The strengthening of the Interior seeks to prevent this type of vandalism of anti-Semitic inspiration from repeating itself in places frequented by this religious group, but above all it aims to prevent more serious attacks, due to the apparent increase in the terrorist threat due to instability arising from Gaza Strip.