Activists turned the water in the city of Petah Tikva's Trump Square fountain red on Monday in protest of Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank.
Graffiti scrawled in front of the fountain read "Annexation will cost us in blood."
"The incident in Trump Square this morning is a bullying act of vandalism that mainly says what kind of person did this," the Petah Tikva Municipality said in a statement, adding that they have filed a police complaint for the incident.
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The activists told Channel 12 News that "There are steps that can't be taken back. The fear of terrorist attacks in our childhood will never be forgotten. Annexation will bring upon us a security and economic disaster, and all this because of politicians playing with fire at the expense of civilians in a time of economic crisis."
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that July 1 is the deadline to begin the process of annexation. The Trump administration and the Israeli government are currently in negotiations about what kind of annexation the United States is willing to agree to, as well as the scope and timeline of the move.