'Price-tag' vandals burn 3 cars near Hebron

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November 9, 2011 09:44

 
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Vandals set three cars owned by Palestinians on fire near Beit Omer, north of Hebron, in an apparent "price-tag" attack late Tuesday night.

The star of David was drawn on a nearby structure with the caption, "Regards from Bat Ein."

The attack occurred a day after vandals defaced the home Peace Now program director Hagit Ofran, spray-painting the words "Rabin is waiting for you" and "Hagit Ofran z'l" (the Hebrew acronym for rest in peace). 

Police have not made arrests in connection with either incident.

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