Price Tag attack defaces 22 cars, vandals call for 'real solutions'

Residents of Yasuf, a Palestinian village near Nablus, woke up Tuesday morning to discover their cars spray-painted with stars of Davids and a call for "blood under blood."

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 18, 2018 09:55
Price Tag attack defaces 22 cars, vandals call for 'real solutions'

A home in the Palestinian town of Yasuf defaced, the Hebrew text is "We want [to see] blood for blood, a real solution not a Diaspora [based] solution." The Hebrew word for solution is misspelled. . (photo credit: MOHAMAD ATTINI)

 
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Residents of Yasuf, a Palestinian village near Nablus, woke up Tuesday morning to discover their cars spray-painted with slogans such as "the people of Israel live!" "I can not sleep when [Jewish] blood is spilled!" and "[We] demand a real solution and not a diaspora [based] solution."

Twenty-Two cars were defaced, as well as a local mosque and the walls of houses.

Yasuf is situated near the Israeli settlement of Kfar Tapuach.

The Netanyahu administration is currently discussing the possibility of deporting the families of convicted terrorists from their place of living in the West Bank to other West Bank locations to deter future attackers from carrying out their plans. 

In addition, many Right-Wing Israelis call for the death penalty to be carried out in cases of captured terrorists.


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