'Price tag' attack targets Muslim cemetery in Haifa

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 2, 2014 14:06

 
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The Muslim "Al Qassam" cemetery in Haifa was vandalized in a an apparent "price tag" attack on Friday, Israel Radio reported.

One of the graves was spray-painted with the words "Tag mehir Tzipi Livni," while another read "Thanks for Memorial Day" along with the name of US Secretary of State John Kerry.

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