Police overnight Tuesday discovered right-wing slogans spray-painted on the walls of a mosque in the West Bank village of Imrish southwest of Hebron.
Authorities said the graffiti, which included the words "price tag Migron," was sprayed overnight Monday, according to Army Radio. Police suspect that the incident was a so-called price tag attack, an act committed by right-wing extremists to discourage actions that would damage the settlement enterprise in the West Bank.
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