Vandals carry out 'price-tag' attack in IDF base

September 7, 2011 12:21


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Anonymous vandals broke into the Hativat Binyamin army base in Beit El, tagging at least ten military vehicle with the words "Price Tag" and "Greetings from Migron," puncturing tires and cutting cables.

According to Israeli media, the IDF has estimated that the illicit act may have been carried out in collaboration with IDF soldiers, given the difficulty of breaking into the military base.

The "price tag" attack occurred after vandals burned property in a West Bank mosque on Monday, the morning after three homes at the Migron outpost were demolished by the IDF.

Police have suspected right-wing activists to be behind the attack on the mosque, which is located in the village of Qusara, south of Nablus.

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