Herzog: 'Price Tag' must be treated like terror attack

April 30, 2014 12:27


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"Price Tag" vandalism is akin to terror, opposition leader Isaac Herzog (Labor) said, visiting Fureidis Wednesday.

"The police and Shin Bet are acting to catch the perpetrators of this 'Price Tag,' but in order to do so effectively, they need to have the same tools as the war on terror," Herzog suggested.The Labor leader also said that stopping such acts is not a matter of coalition and opposition.

"Religious hatred cannot harm [Arab-Jewish] relations in the Fureidis and Carmel Shore area," Herzog added.

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