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Suspected price tag in village of Jaljulya in the Triangle region
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March 12, 2014 04:59

Residents of Jaljulya in the Triangle, east of Kfar Saba, awoke on Tuesday to find the tires of 19 cars slashed and anti-Arab graffiti spray-painted in the village in what police suspect is a “price-tag” attack.

The Hebrew graffiti read “Every Arab a criminal” and “God [Hashem] is king.”



“Price tag” is used to refer to nationalist acts of vandalism or violence to protest policies of the government. While the overwhelming majority occur in the West Bank, there have been a number of attacks within the Green Line over the past couple of years.

Former Shin Bet (Israel Security Service) head Yuval Diskin condemned the incident on his Facebook page, writing: “I am ashamed that we don’t hear condemnation of this disgusting phenomenon, that began in the settlements in the territories and is now spreading all over, from our politicians

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