The "price tag" vandalism, hooliganism, is terrible, but it's not the same as terrorism. However, it would be good if victims of vandalism, hooliganism, were helped to remove graffiti, etc., yet would any helpers be afraid of perhaps being murdered by terrorists lurking in the region? It's surprising that apparently, from the comment ratings, 19 readers can't see the difference between vandalism, hooliganism, and terrorism. Maybe the truth doesn't fit with their agenda. Re anti-Semitic prejudice hiding behind anti-Israelism, the fact is hooliganism, vandalism, occurs in Western countries, but look how a European newspaper picked out as evil the "price tag" vandalism in Israel. Yet did a terrorist attack - murder of an entire Jewish family including a baby, who had their throats cut while they were asleep in their beds - get a mention? (I don't know). Maybe it was, rightly perhaps, considered too terrible to report, yet then the price tag vandalism would be reported out of context. (Note I was not able to read the "premium" article as I am not a subscriber).
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