Unknown vandals spray-painted graffiti and punctured tires in the Shufat
neighborhood in Jerusalem on Sunday.
The slogans "Price tag",
"Freedom for the homeland" and "Death to the enemy" were found on cars in the area. The tires of two vehicles were punctured. Police launched an investigation.
Graffiti in Shufat (Photo: Ouria Tadmor)
The graffiti included the words "Regards from Ettinger." Similar slogans were found near the village of Dahriya in south Mount Hebron earlier this month. A Palestinian taxi was torched
in the same incident.
The slogan likely refers to right-wing activist Meir Ettinger – one of five suspects who were charged planning and taking part in the raid
on the Ephraim Territorial Brigade base. Ettinger was indicted for tracking the IDF's activity in the West Bank and collecting information of military value.
No suspects arrested (Photo: Ouria Tadmor)
Police are looking into the possibility that the vandalism is related to the stabbing of a Jewish man in Ras al-Amud on Friday.
Last June, the tires of seven vehicles in Shufat were punctured. Jerusalem Police set up a special team to investigate the incident but no suspects have been arrested.