None. The military wasn't around. But if this had occurred in the Arab world, hypothetically of course since that world has already cleansed itself of Jews though not Jewish assets, there would be no judicial consequence for the culprits. There will be in this case. And I notice that Israel has already removed the graffiti. Moreover, in the Arab world, where very few Jews do exist, destruction of life, not property, is the issue. None of us should get hypothetical with these issues, including myself. We shall see what other steps Israel takes with these vandals. It is a test of the level of civilization of a state. Of course, independently, the source of the malcontent of settlers should be investigated as well. If crimes against person or property are being committed by anyone, irrespective, of their genetic or religious background, the legal system needs to confront them with vigour.
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from the article: Mosque vandalized as settlers attack Palestinian village