Recent ‘price tag’ incidents

A timeline of attacks in June and September.

October 4, 2011 00:56
Graffiti on a mosque near Nablus, Monday

price tag graffiti mosque 311 R. (photo credit: REUTERS/Abed Omar Qusini)


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• September 12 – Death threats, far-right graffiti sprayed in stairwell near the home of Peace Now activist in Jerusalem.

• September 7 – Vandals break into an IDF base in Beit El, tagging at least 10 military vehicles with the Hebrew words “price tag” and “greetings from Migron.” The vandals also puncture tires, smash car windows, and cut cables. The attack followed a spate of incidents targeting Palestinian mosques and vehicles.

• September 5 – Suspected far-right activists attack a mosque in the Palestinian village of Qusara after an illegal settlement outpost at Migron was demolished by the IDF. Windows were smashed and tires set alight inside the empty mosque.

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• June 7 – In the West Bank village of Al-Muayar, vandals climb through a mosque window and set fire to the carpet in the structure and spray paint graffiti.

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