Graffiti reading 'ISIS' found on monument in North

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November 22, 2014 19:31

 
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Pro-ISIS graffiti was found Saturday morning on a monument outside the Druse village of Dalyat al Carmel, Coastal District police said.

The graffiti, reading simply “ISIS”, was sprayed on a JNF marker on a section of the “Druse sons trail”, a series of hiking trails and bike paths that links Druse villages in the north, and was built in honor of Druse who have died in the service of the state.

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