Aston Villa have condemned anti-Semitic abuse posted online after the club wished supporters 'Happy Passover' last weekend. On Saturday evening, Villa posted the message: “Chag Pesach Sameach” and “Happy Passover” across social media channels, receiving a number of negative and abusive replies. The club have removed a number of abusive replies on Twitter and added a response to the original Facebook post, which received over 27,000 dislikes or 'angry' emojis.
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