Suspected 'price tag' attack in Upper Galilee

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 3, 2014 09:56

 
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The tires of 40 vehicles were slashed in Gush Halav in the Upper Galilee in a suspected "price tag" attack on Thursday morning.

A nearby wall was spray-painted with graffiti that read: "Only goyim are turned out of our country."

Safed police have opened an investigation into the incident.


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