The 'price-tag' policy was adopted by Israeli settlers and right-wing activists, intended to pressure the government away from making concessions regarding settlement building in the West Bank. Attacks of the sort usually occur after the dismantling of an outpost or similar event, and are often directed at Israeli Arabs, Palestinians and left-wing organizations.
Five Palestinians suffer from smoke inhalation; Israeli military: Incident undermines regional stability; attack believed to seek revenge for murder of Israeli soldier by Palestinian teen.by Gili Cohen , Jack Khoury and Chaim Levinson 6 comments
Statistics show 157 incidents of stone-throwing in September, compared to 121 in same month in 2012; Israelis have not seen such a series of attacks in a short time span since 2010.by Gili Cohen 12 comments
Three vehicles were set on fire and a Hebrew inscription was sprayed on the walls of a mosque in the West Bank village of Burqa.by Jack Khoury, Gili Cohen and Nir Hasson 5 comments
Tires slashed and 'price tag' graffiti sprayed on cars in Old City, just two days after two teens arrested for damaging eight cars in Sheikh Jarrah.by Nir Hasson 2 comments
Cars in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood targeted a fourth time in recent months.by Nir Hasson 3 comments
This is the third attack of this kind in the neighborhood in as many months.by Nir Hasson 11 comments
Assailants slash car tires, spray-paint slogans on walls in Beit Safafa.by The Associated Press 9 comments