Jaffa: Restaurant vandalized in price tag attack

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October 31, 2011 10:39

 
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Unknown assailants on Monday night carried out a suspected "price tag" operation in Jaffa, spraying graffiti on a restaurant.

Employees who came to open the Abu al-Abed restaurant on the city's Yefet Street found graffiti reading "price tag" and "Kahane was right" sprayed outside the building.

No arrests have been made in the incident, but police have dispatched investigators to the neighborhood to gather evidence.

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