At least 18 vehicles were spray-painted with hate graffiti against Israelis of Ethiopian descent and haredim (ultra-Orthodox) Sunday overnight in the southern Israeli city of Kiryat Malachi, Israel Radio reported.
Police said "price-tag" was written on one of the vehicles, and suspected that the act was carried out by local teenagers.
The sleepy southern community became the focus of attention last week, after a residential committee signed a local contract that Israeli-Ethiopians could not buy or rent property on their block.
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