Archive for the ‘hateful graffiti’ tag
Price tag slogans were sprayed on graves at the Muslim cemetery in Agron street in Jerusalem.
Racist slogans against Arabs, such as “Price tag” and “death to Arabs”, were spray-painted on shop doors in Jerusalem’s Old City.
(Hebrew – HaKol HaYehudi)
Defamatory slogans mentioning the Migron outpost were sprayed in the village Burka, close to Ramallah. It is suspected that right-wing extremists who sprayed the slogans also attempted to set vehicle on fire.
Unknown persons slashed the tires of 14 cars and spray-painted messages on the elementary school, public buildings and three cars, including “death to Arabs,” “revenge” and “regards from the Ulpana,” referring to the Israeli government’s decision to uphold a High Court ruling to evacuate five homes in the Ulpana outpost that were illegally built on Palestinian-owned land. The message “Regards from Gilad Farm” was sprayed on the wall of the village’s elementary school.
Slogans against the employment of Arab laborers were spray-painted on the walls of a construction site in Haifa. In addition, “Price Tag” slogans were spray-painted on the vehicle of an Arab contractor who works in the city.
Unknown attackers spray-painted graffiti saying “Muhammad is dead” and “death to Arabs” near a playground adjacent to the bilingual school “Yad B’Yad” in the Beit Safafa neighborhood of Jerusalem, which teaches both Arab and Jewish children. This attack follows a similar one only a few days earlier at the same school.
Azaria Tena, a Golani brigade soldier from the settlement of Itamar, was arrested alongside two girls in suspicion of carrying out “Price Tag” attacks in the village of Lubban al-Sharqiya in the west bank. The three were recorded spraying “Muhammad is a pig” and “revenge”, and vandalizing bags of cement. Later on, a conflict erupted between them and the people of the village, and Tena threatened the Palestinians using his military rifle. He admitted to having carried out these actions.
Settlers punctured the tires of a Palestinian taxi in the village of Al-Janiya and spray painted graffiti saying “Closed Military Zone”, “Regards from the Expelled and from Alex” “Death to Arabs”, and the names of nine outposts recently evacuated by the authorities.
Two Arab-owned vehicles were torched in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Sharafat, near the Jewish settlement/neighborhood of Gilo. The words “Price Tag” and “Revenge” were spray-painted nearby.
Anti-Haredi graffiti was sprayed on the wall of a synagogue in Ashdod.