Video documents suspected 'price tag' attack near Nablus

January 3, 2013 22:34


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Assailants perpetrated on Thursday morning a suspected "price tag" attack near Nablus, slashing the tires of four vehicles and spray painting anti-Arab graffiti on a fence.

Human rights organization B'Tselem released a video Thursday night documenting the incident in the village Kabalan. In the video, the perpetrators can be seen slashing the tires of a car parked at a gas station.

One of the suspects was standing next to a wall on which graffiti was discovered this morning, reading "mutual responsibility, Esh Kodesh," referring to a settlement where clashes occured between security forces and settlers this week.

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