Via Belfast Telegraph:
Thirteen Jewish graves have been damaged at Belfast City Cemetery in an attack branded "anti-community, anti-Belfast, anti social and anti Semitic".
It's thought a large crowd had gathered in the area at around 3pm on Friday with eight youths carrying out the attacks with hammers and blocks.
Headstones were knocked over and smashed in the attack. The concrete covers of some of the graves were also damaged.
Belfast Sinn Fein councillor Steven Corr described the attacks as "anti-community, anti-Belfast, anti-social and anti-Semitic".
He was one of the first on the scene and saw those responsible "stagger off".
"It was sickening," he said.
"They had actually tried - and on several occasions had - smashed the slabs which covered the remains.
"Most of the graves were very old. One from 1897 and the most recent about the 1950s.
"What happened was just disgusting."