Unknown vandals spray-painted anti-Christian graffiti on the Dormition Abbey
and a car parked nearby overnight Friday. The slogans read, "Christians are monkeys", "Christians are slaves" and "Havat Maon" referring to a settler outpost
in the West Bank.
The car's tires were slashed. Jerusalem District Police have launched an investigation.
Six months ago, vandals sprayed graffiti defamatory to Jesus on the walls of a Franciscan Dormition monastery on Mount Zion in Jerusalem.
Hate slogans on church (Photo: Hana Bendcowsky)
Photo: Hana Bendcowsky
The inscriptions, reading "Jesus, son of a…" and "price tag," were tagged with blue paint on the church's gate. A month earlier, the door of the Latrun Monastery
On Wednesday, vandals marked the 30-day anniversary of the murder of Eviatar Borovsky with a string of acts of sabotage
directed against Palestinians.
Palestinian cars were torched, their tires slashed and "price tag" graffiti was sprayed in two villages in the Jordan Rift Valley, a village near Ramallah and in Jerusalem.
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