Anti-Arab 'price tag' incident in Jerusalem

Cars were sprayed with graffiti, tires slashed in Jerusalem's Beit Hanina neighborhood.

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April 5, 2018 08:35
Anti-Arab vandalism in Jerusalem

Anti-Arab vandalism in Jerusalem. (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

Several private cars were vandalized and damaged in a "price tag" incident in Jerusalem's Beit Hanina neighborhood, the Israeli Police spokesperson reported Thursday morning.

Anti-Arab graffiti was found on the cars, and the vandals also slashed the tires of several vehicles.


"Price tag" graffiti in Jerusalem" (Police Spokesperson's Unit)

The Israel Police said that a forensics team arrived at the scene and an investigation was launched into the incident.

This is the second instance of "price tag" vandalism in three weeks, following a March 19th incident in Jerusalem.




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