Joint Arab-Jewish village vandalized in 'price tag' attack

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 8, 2012 10:27

 
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Far-right activists vandalized the Neve Shalom village overnight Thursday, spray-painting "Death to the Arabs," "Vengeance for Ulpana," and puncturing holes in tires.

The Neve Shalom village hosts both Arab and Jewish residents.

Police have opened an investigation into the incident.

Earlier this week, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu blocked Knesset legislation that would have saved unauthorized settler homes from demolition – paving the way for the evacuation of five buildings built on private Palestinian land in the Ulpana outpost, on the outskirts of Beit El.

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