B'Tselem: Palestinian cars vandalized in price tag attack

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February 21, 2013 20:45

 
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Jewish extremists vandalized six cars in the Palestinian village of Kusra around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, according to the non-governmental group B'Tselem.

Four of the vehicles were torched and two had their windows broken, according to B'Tselem, which provided photographs of two of the vehicles.

The IDF could not confirm the price tag attack, because its forces could not safely enter the village in order to investigate the matter.

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