Then the papers and media channels would be full of outraged politicians demanding that the offenders be found and held responsible. But, alas, this is "only" a mosque besmeared, and a quick Google search shows that only Haaretz and Ynet care about this at all. That's telling, isn't it? Btw, the Ynet story adds some interesting details, for instance that the cemetery has been desecrated several times, too.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
from the article: Mosque vandalized in Bedouin village near Haifa
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