J'lem: Olive trees cut down in apparent 'price tag' attack

By MELANIE LIDMAN
October 27, 2011 17:37

 
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Twenty olive trees were chopped in the courtyard of an Arab home in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Safafa in what was believed to be a "price tag" attack.

Graffiti was found in the area with the words "price tag."

Police opened an investigation into the matter.

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