The regional director of the Anti-Defamation League has condemned the sale of Nazi-era and German World War II ribbons and medals sold at a Wickliffe antiques store. James Pasch, regional director of the ADL in Cleveland, learned of the sale of such items after a man complained to the Cleveland Jewish News about a small display in one of the more than 100 stalls at Antiques & Uniques on Euclid Avenue. “We categorically condemn the sale of bigoted merchandise. Nazi merchandise represents anti-Semitism, racism, homophobia and all forms of hate; it is entirely unacceptable,” Pasch wrote in a March 9 email to the CJN. “We believe that Antiques & Uniques should implement community standards for items sold there to ensure that it remains inclusive and respectful for all.” Inside the 24,000-square-foot store are several ribbons and medals, a knife and a non-firing replica of a Luger pistol dating to that era.

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