Palestinian-owned vehicles were torched and vandalized in the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem, apparently in recognition of the end of the 30-day mourning period for slain Israeli settler Eviatar Borovsky.
Polish police are investigating the desecration of a Jewish cemetery in northeastern Poland.
The fence outside the Jerusalem offices of Peace Now was spray-painted with threatening graffiti.
A man who lost five family members in a 2001 suicide attack defaced a memorial to assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on Friday in an apparent protest against an impending Palestinian prisoner swap, police said.
Joseph's Tomb was vandalized with swastikas and other graffiti.
Vandals have defaced the monument in the eastern Polish town of Jedwabne that commemorates the hundreds of Jews burned alive in a barn there by their Polish neighbors in July 1941.
More than a dozen graves at the Mount of Olives cemetery in Jerusalem were vandalized, the latest in a series of attacks on one of Judaism's oldest cemeteries.
A Holocaust memorial in the Greek city of Salonika was vandalized with swastikas and anti-Semitic slogans. In the June 17 incident, the word “Lies” was written on the bronze plaque dedicated to the 50,000 Jews of Salonika who perished during the Holocaust.
Some 15 gravestones were toppled in a Jewish cemetery in Atlantic City, N.J. The attack on the Rodef Sholom Cemetery reportedly took place just before the Memorial Day holiday weekend, according to the Press of Atlantic City. Police believe that more than one vandal was involved because of the heaviness of the gravestones but have no suspects.
A Chabad House serving Northwestern University in suburban Chicago was vandalized.
Two non-Orthodox synagogues were vandalized in a central Israel city.
The northern California home of Rabbi Michael Lerner, editor of the progressive Tikkun magazine, was vandalized.
A Jewish cemetery in western Ukraine was vandalized.
Graves belonging to AMIA Jewish Center attack victims were among those vandalized in an Argentine Jewish cemetery.
Some 58 gravestones were vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Argentina's Buenos Aires province on Friday and Saturday, local news Web site Momento 24 reported.