Report: 'Tag Mehir' suspects attack Jordan Valley villages

May 29, 2013 11:03

Suspected "Tag Mehir" (Price Tag) activists torched seven vehicles and sprayed graffiti Tuesday night in Arab villages in the Jordan Valley, Army Radio reported. 

Five vehicles were reportedly set ablaze in the village of Zubeidat overnight and graffiti reading "30 for Evyatar" was found, allegedly referring to the murder of Evyatar Borovsky at Tapuah Junction in the West Bank about a month ago.

According to the report, two other cars in the village of Marj Najah were torched, and "Regards from Evyatar" was found written next to the scene.

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