Cars, fence vandalized in suspected 'price tag' attack

By MELANIE LIDMAN
February 7, 2012 08:28

 
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Two cars and a stone fence near the Valley of the Cross Monastery in Jerusalem were vandalized overnight Monday in a suspected 'price tag' attack.

The cars and fence, discovered Tuesday morning, were covered with anti-Jesus graffiti. The word "Migron" and Jewish Star of David were spray-painted on them, and the car's tires were slashed.

Similar slogans have previously been used in so-called 'price tag' attacks carried out by right-wing extremists in protest of demolitions of illegal outposts.

Police launched an investigation into the incident and are currently at the scene.

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