'Price tag,' 'Migron' sprayed on cars near Ramallah

Fire set to one vehicle in Jalazun refugee camp; Palestinians throw 6 Molotov cocktails at IDF in unrelated incident.

August 29, 2012 09:28
Price tag spray paint near Ramallah [illustrative]

Price tag spray paint near Ramallah 390. (photo credit: Iad Hadad/BTzelem)


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Vandals spray painted two Palestinian vehicles and a building at the Jalazun refugee camp north of Ramallah with the phrases "price tag, 'Migron," "Death to the enemy," "revenge against the Arabs" and "freedom for the homeland" overnight Tuesday.

Security forces, who opened an investigation into the incident, said the vandals burned a third vehicle as well.

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According to Israel Radio, security forces discovered the vehicles after receiving reports of Israelis entering the refugee camp.

The Migron outpost in the West Bank was slated for evacuation on Tuesday, pending a high court decision.

In an unrelated incident overnight, Palestinians threw six Molotov cocktails at IDF forces near Abu Dis, cause no injuries and no damage.

IDF soldiers arrested one man for the attack and transferred him to the Israel Police for further investigation.

On Tuesday evening, two rockets fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel landed in the Eshkol Regional Council area. No injuries or damage were reported in the attacks.

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