'Price tag' act? Palestinian sources on Monday afternoon told Ynet that unidentified perpetrators sprayed hate slogans in Hebrew on the walls of a mosque in the West Bank village of Bnei Naim, east of Hebron.
According to the sources, the perpetrators wrote "price tag" on one of the walls surrounding the mosque, as well as "Yitzhar" and other defamatory slogans against Profit Muhammad.
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'Price tag' and 'Yitzhar' on walls of mosque (Photo: B'Tselem)
The mosque's carpets and chairs sustained light damage in the fire, and the perpetrators also sprayed slogans reading "Mitzpe Yair" and "war" on the walls.
Also on Thursday, a settler sprayed slogans reading "Police = Nazis" and "price tag" on an IDF post at Tapuach Junction. The suspect was later arrested and and indicted.
On Wednesday, perpetrators tried to set fire to an abandoned mosque in Jerusalem's Strauss Street and sprayed the walls of the mosque with hate slogans against Arabs and "price tag – Ramat Gilad."
Also that day, four Palestinian vehicles were set on fire at the village of Yasuf south of Nablus and the village of Haars near Qalqilya. Palestinians also claimed two additional vehicles were torched in the village of Duma
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