Palestinian sources reported Friday evening that Birzeit residents discovered graffiti slogans in Hebrew sprayed over a wall at the local town mosque and on one of the exterior walls in Birzeit University, near Ramallah.
The sources also claimed that they found uprooted olive trees in the village of Kusra, near Nablus.
The IDF collected evidence from the scene, which will be handed to the Shai District police.
Birzeit residents reported that slogans reading "Muhammad the pig" and graffiti calling for the death of Arabs were sprayed on the Amir Hassan mosque.
Dean of Student Affairs, Mohammed Al-Ahmed denounced the act, calling it a crime, and urged authorities to act firmly against perpetrators of the recent "price tag" operations.
On Thursday, Palestinian sources reported that anonymous vandals sprayed graffiti
slogans on a mosque in the village of Yatma, south east of Nablus. The village council head noted that the slogans read "price tag Migron", adding that two cars were torched in a nearby village.
On Wednesday, anonymous vandals broke into an IDF military
base in the Binyamin region, cut the cables of IDF jeeps,
damaged vehicle tires and spray painted them with the words "Ramat Migron". At least 11 vehicles were damaged.
The price tag actions came in response to the demolition of structures in the Migron outpost earlier this week.
Yair Altman contributed to this report