'Price tag' vandals spray-paint vehicles in Gilo

May 23, 2013 10:54


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Vandals spray painted the words "price tag" on five vehicles in the Gilo neighborhood of east Jerusalem overnight Wednesday.

Police had not yet arrested any suspects.

Army Radio on Thursday morning revealed new data showing that there has been a sharp increase in Jewish attacks on Arabs. According to the data, by May 2013, there had been 180 incidents involving Jewish harassment of Arabs for nationalistic reasons.

This marks an increase from previous years; in 2012 there were 200 incidents on this kind over the entire year. The findings referred to cases in the West Bank as well as inside the Green Line.

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