Group condemns alleged 'price tag attack' in West Bank

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August 17, 2012 00:27

 
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The Tag Meir (Bright Tag) group condemned what it termed as a "Price Tag attack" against Palestinians Thursday, after unknown assailants threw a Molotov cocktail at a Palestinian taxi outside the Gush Etzion settlement of Bat Ayin, leaving six people lightly to moderately wounded.

"We must not allow such Price Tag attacks to become commonplace," Tag Meir chairman Dr. Gadi Gvaryahu said. "The security apparatus must do everything in its power to arrest those responsible for attacking an innocent Palestinian family."

The Shin Bet has not yet said whether or not they consider the incident a “Price Tag” attack, the name given to attacks by Jewish extremists against Palestinians in order to protest government policies.

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