Among other things, the graffiti included statements such as "Jews don't remain silent," and "Rock-throwers come out of Husan."
In another suspected hate crime, vandals cut down some 60 grapevines on Thursday from lands that belong to a resident of the village of Ein Samiya, spraying the words "Greetings from Esh Kodesh" —an illegal outpost —nearby.
It is the latest case of agricultural terrorism, which has been targeting both Jews and Palestinians.
Last month, some 400 grapevines were vandalized in the village of Halhul in the Hebron area, with "No more agricultural terrorism" spray-painted nearby.
Before that, the village of Urif experienced several incidents of vandalism of olive trees, and some 300 grapevines were vandalized in a vineyard near the village of Beit Einun, which belongs to a Hebron resident.
According to the legal NGO Yesh Din, 20 cases of "price tag" attacks perpetrated against Palestinians were reported in the West Bank and east Jerusalem.