Police has launched an investigation regarding the incident, with two men being interviewed by police on Friday.
“As part of inquiries, police attended a Granville home and spoke to a 25-year-old and a 40-year-old at a Bankstown home,” police said in a statement.
“Both men have been issued criminal infringement notices for offensive behaviour, which carries a fine of $500.”
Executive Council of Australian Jewry co-chief Alex Ryvchin said the vandalism went against Australian values including the right to peaceful, dignified displays.
There have been more than 200 people taken hostage by Hamas militants when the group staged a surprise attack on Israel on October 7.
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