'Price tag' vandalism continues to plague Arab communities

Some 30 vehicles in the eastern neighborhood of Kafr Qasim were damaged.

December 2, 2018 10:24
"Price tag" vandalism continues.

"Price tag" vandalism continues. . (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)


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The Israel Police reported a possible “price tag” attack on Sunday.

Some 30 vehicles in the eastern neighborhood of Kafr Kassem were damaged, with many of their tires punctured, according to the Police Spokesperson’s Unit.

“Jews Do not Keep Silent,” was sprayed in graffiti on a truck as well. The police are investigating the incident.

It is the sixth attack of its kind within the last two weeks.

At the end of November, at least 25 cars in two Palestinian villages in the Samaria region of the West Bank were vandalized.

“Price tag” attacks is a term used to describe Jewish-right wing vandalism aimed at Palestinians, as well as at the IDF and left-wing Israelis.

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