Possible 'price tag' attack leaves cars vandalized in Beit Hanina

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June 23, 2014 09:26

 
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The tires of three vehicle were found punctured Monday morning in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Hanina, and the tires of four other vehicles were deflated in a possible "price tag" attack.

Defamatory graffiti against Arabs was also found on two cars. The phrases "revenge" and "every Arab is an enemy," were spray painted on the two vehicles.

Police were investigating the incident.

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