Rabin memorial vandal threatens attacks against terrorists

October 17, 2011 17:34


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Shvuel Schijveschuurder, the man arrested for defacing the Yitzhak Rabin memorial in Tel Aviv over the weekend, threatened on Monday to carry out price tag attacks if the terrorists who murdered his parents are freed.

"If the court doesn't stop this deterioration, I will carry out 'price tag' [attacks] against the murderers of my parents and my siblings," Schijveschuurder said, adding that such attacks would have "every moral justification."

He added, "If the High Court of Justice doesn't stop the deal I will file a complaint against the state in the International Court in the Hague."

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