Peace Now official's home vandalized with 'Price Tag'

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November 8, 2011 08:59

 
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Vandals spray-painted a "price tag" message on the walls of Peace Now's Hagit Ofran, who directs the Settlement Watch project for the organization, for the second time in two months overnight on Monday, Army Radio reported.

Among the messages left for Ofran was, "Rabin is waiting for you." Tuesday evening marks the Jewish anniversary of prime minister Yitzhak Rabin's assassination at the hands of a right-wing extremist.

On Sunday, Peace Now's Jerusalem offices were vandalized with a similar spray-paint attack and a bomb threat.

In September, Ofran's residence was spray painted with the messages "Migron forever," "price tag" and "Peace Now - the end is near."

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