Group ties price-tag attack to other anti-Arab acts

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 4, 2012 12:24

 
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The Tag Meir group on Tuesday condemned the alleged price-tag attack on a Latrun monastery in a statement released by the organization's chairman Dr. Gadi Gvaryahu.

Tying the attack to other actions allegedly taken by right-wing nationalists, the group said: "The hand that desecrated the Laturn monastery this morning is the same hand that threw the Molotov cocktail at Palestinian family in Bat Ayin, which is the same hand that carried out a lynching of Arab youths in [Jerusalem's] Zion Square, which is the same hand that desecrated and ignited more than ten mosques and churches in the past two years, and is the same hand that wrote the racist Torat Hamelech book."

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