Bennett condemns alleged Abu Ghosh 'price tag' attack

June 18, 2013 09:27


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"'Price tag' [is] an immoral and un-Jewish act," Economy and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett wrote on his Facebook page on Tuesday morning following an alleged "price tag" attack in the Arab village of Abu Ghosh.

On Monday overnight, unknown assailants punctured the tires of some 28 vehicles in Abu Ghosh on the outskirts of Jerusalem and sprayed "Arabs Go Home" on the walls of the village.

"There is a small group of malicious people who want to destroy every chance of good neighborly life between Jews and Arabs in the country," Bennett wrote, adding these people enable those who hate Israel to tarnish its reputation.

"We will not allow them to succeed," he vowed.

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