Palestine: Israeli extremists write racist graffiti on Palestinian home in Jerusalem

27th Aug 2013

IMEMC & Agencies: Monday, a number of Israeli extremists wrote racist graffiti on a wall of a local Palestinian home, in Al-Khan Market area in the Old City, in occupied East Jerusalem. Soldiers demolish a garage and a chicken farm in El-Eesawiyya, in East Jerusalem.

The settlers wrote “Price Tag”, and other racist graffiti, and tried to escape but the Israeli Police managed to apprehend them. The Police said that the six assailants have been caught carrying paint containers.
In related news, bulldozers of the Jerusalem City Council demolished, Monday, a garage and a chicken farm in Al-Eesawiyya town, in occupied East Jerusalem. The Jerusalem City Council claimed the construction were not licensed.
Media Coordinator of the Follow-up Committee in the town, Raed Abu Ryala Al-Eesawy, told the Radio Bethlehem 2000 that Israel is demolishing Palestinian property in the area as part of its illegal campaign to confiscate Palestinian property and lands so that it can build its “National Gardens” area.
Four days ago, Israeli extremists threw a Molotov cocktail at a Christian Monastery in the Deir Jamal area, between Jerusalem and Ramla.
Racist Price Tag graffiti, used Price Tag extremist Israeli groups, were found on the exterior walls of the church.
On Monday at dawn [June 24], a number of masked extremist Israeli settlers attacked 22 Palestinian cars in Beit Hanina, in occupied East Jerusalem, slashed their tires before drawing the Star of David on one of the vehicles, and wrote racist graffiti on the front wall of a local home.
Just one week earlier, Price Tag graffiti was also found on the outer walls of a Church in the Old City, the assailants also punctured tires of 28 Palestinian cars, and wrote racist graffiti in Abu Ghosh.
On Friday [June 14 2013] Israeli extremists set ablaze two Palestinian cars in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, in occupied East Jerusalem, and wrote racist graffiti, including Price Tag.
The extremists also wrote racist graffiti on some graves in the Christian Greek Orthodox graveyard in Jaffa. They further wrote “Price Tag”, “Revenge”, and drew the Star of David on a number of graves.
More racist graffiti was found on a wall of a building inhabited by the head of the Orthodox Society in Jaffa, and even wrote graffiti on the wall of the home Khaled Kaboub, an Arab District Court Judge in Tel Aviv.
On Thursday [June 13 2013], extremist settlers defaced a Christian Cemetery in Jaffa, and spray-painted “Price Tag”, and “Revenge” on tombstones.
On Friday [June 7 2013], Israeli extremists burnt a Palestinian car in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood. Dozens of Price Tag attacks have been carried out against Churches, Mosques, Islamic and Christian graveyards.
Such attacks also targeted Palestinian lands and orchards [including burning and uprooting dozens of trees and farmlands], Palestinian property, and in some cases targeted Israeli peace groups.
On June 12 2013, the Israeli Police revealed that extremist Israeli groups carried out 165 Price Tag attacks against the Palestinians and their property, in the West Bank, and in the 1948 territories since the beginning of the year.
“Price Tag” is the term extremist Israeli settlers and extremist groups use when they attack Palestinian property; it is meant to send a message that “the Palestinians must pay the price whenever illegal outposts are removed by Israel following court rulings in this regard.
Some Price Tag attacks have been carried out against property of Israeli leftists and peace groups.

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