"Price tag" assailants burned a mosque at Jab'a village, south of Beit Lehem sometime during the night, police said Tuesday.
The attackers also sprayed graffiti on the mosque indicating their "price tag" affiliation.
Police were seeking to get local mosque officials' permission to inspect the entire premises and examine evidence in the village as part of their investigation into the incident.
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