'Price-tag' vandals uproot 45 olive trees near Hebron

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September 29, 2011 13:45

 
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About 45 olive trees belonging to Palestinians were uprooted in an apparent "price-tag" attack in the West Bank near Hebron on Thursday.

On a boulder nearby the words "Price-Tag Infiltration" were sprayed along with a Jewish star.

Israeli media speculated that the vandalism may have been in response to a car accident that may have occurred as a result of Palestinian stone throwing in which a father and his baby were killed.

This price-tag attack was committed near the site of the accident.

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