IDF jeep vandalized in Yitzhar for second time in two days

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April 7, 2014 21:56

 
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Vandals targeted an IDF jeep for the second time in two days in the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar on Monday. The jeep's tires were slashed in what security forces suspect was a far-right attack.

On Sunday, the tires of an army jeep, belonging to Samaria Brigade Commander Col. Yoav Yarom, were slashed.

"The IDF takes a grave view of any harm caused to army commanders and soldiers, conscripts or reserves, who work day and night to defend the residents of the state of Israel," the IDF Spokesman Unit said. It condemned the latest incident as "the crossing of a red line."

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