Jerusalem: Teens held for anti-pullout graffiti

Jerusalem police on Tuesday detained seven right-wing Jewish teens caught putting up anti-disengagement posters and scrawling graffiti outside the city home of a senior IDF officer, police said. The seven girls were apprehended in the city's southeastern Har Homa neighborhood while spray-painting the slogans "a Jew does not expel a Jew" and "evil" on the wall of the combat officer's home.
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