Vehicles vandalized next to Arab village northwest of Jerusalem

The cars were vandalized by spray paint, with phrases such as “death to all Arabs” and “revenge” graffitied on them.

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January 17, 2018 10:20
A car found on January 17th, 2018, outside of Beit Iksa vandalized with the words "Death to Arabs".

A car found on January 17th, 2018, outside of Beit Iksa vandalized with the words "Death to Arabs" written in Hebrew.. (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

 
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Police are investigating an incident that occurred early Wednesday morning in which several cars were vandalized next to Beit Iksa, northwest of Jerusalem.

The cars were vandalized by spray paint, with phrases such as “Death to all Arabs” and “Revenge” on them. Some vehicles’ tires were slashed.

Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that the police forensics team arrived at the scene as part of the investigation.

Rosenfeld added: “Units are searching for suspects involved in the incident and that also caused damage to parked vehicles.”


Beit Iksa is located between the Jerusalem neighborhoods of Ramot and Mevaseret Zion.

Unlike the adjacent Palestinian villages, Beit Iksa is not surrounded by the security barrier.

According to B’Tselem, a checkpoint was erected at the entrance to the village, and restrictions on movement were imposed on its residents, mainly when it comes to their access to Jerusalem, which is their main place of work

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