Several vehicles were vandalized in a suspected hate crime in the West Bank on Friday. Israel Police has entered the village of Turmus Ayya with army escort and are investigating the incident.
Footage from the village shows three cars were defaced by smashing their windshields. Security video shows three masked men entering the village outskirts with steel bars, striking the vehicles and fleeing the area.
Contrary to many past incidents, no graffiti was found at the scene or anywhere in the village.
The charges came one day after a court was told that the minor's DNA was found on the rock that hit her car and caused her death.
According to the indictment, the suspect and other yeshiva students stood on a hill nearby Route 60 in the central West Bank on October 12. The suspect "held a rock weighing close to two kilograms, with the intention of using it to harm Arab car passengers, based out of an ideological motive of racism and hostility toward Arabs everywhere."
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