Slashed tires and graffiti saying 'stop the assimilation' found in predominantly Christian town of Gush Halav mark second time in seven months the town is hit with such an act
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.
Graffiti was signed with name of the illegal Jewish outpost Kumi Ori, similar to a series of hate crimes in past months, including the arson of a Jerusalem mosque
'Silence will be answered with silence' as well as slogans linked to the illegal outpost of Kumi Ori near the settlement of Yitzhar were scrawled in the village of Fara'ata
Defense officials have recently expressed concern over increase in such 'price tag' attacks
Data by the Israeli defense establishment shows less incidents in the West Bank compared to last year, but an increase in severity and scope of violence
Dozens of cars were vandalized and hateful slogans such as 'Arabs are enemies — expel or kill' were spray-painted in the village of Manshiya Zabda overnight
Police say they are investigating slashing 40 tires and threatening graffiti in Shuafat
In two separate 'price tag' attacks, Star of David was spray-painted and tires were slashed in Deir Ammar, and some 30 tress were damaged in As-Sawiya
Dozens of cars vandalized in yet another attack 'not treated properly' by police, Jaljulia mayor says
Perpetrators were caught on camera entering the Palestinian village of Jab'a and spraying hateful writings in Hebrew as well as Star of David on vehicles and walls of kindergartens
Vandals targeted four different Palestinian villages overnight, and graffiti slogans link the incident to the illegal outpost of Kumi Ori near the settlement of Yitzhar
'Gentiles in the homeland=enemies,' and 'Israel for the Israeli people,' were scrawled on the walls of a mosque in Qarawat Bani Hassan
Hebrew grafitti sprayed at the scene said 'Jews do not stay silent'
The two are suspected of slashing car tires and spray-painting slogans such as 'only non-Jews are expelled from the country' in northern Israel
Officials in the defense establishment say that Israel's military policy in the West Bank is often dictated by settlement leaders 'to benefit the Jewish population' rather than by security considerations
Vehicles in Deir Ammar were vandalized and sprayed with Stars of David and slogans in Hebrew, including 'when brothers are murdered, our duty is not to forget.'
Masked vandals were caught on camera entering the village, puncturing tires and spray-painting 'when Jews are hurt, we don’t forget our obligation'
Five vehicles were vandalized and hateful messages were spray painted on walls in the Palestinian town of Haris
Several cars in the town of Yatma vandalized with Stars of David graffiti and punctured tires, residents say
Rafi Peretz and Bezalel Smotrich will be guests of honor as Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, seen by many as a spiritual figure for violent settler extremists, receives prize
A house in the Israeli Arab town of Jisr al-Zarqa was sprayed with graffiti glorifying illegal Israeli outpost in the West Bank
Israeli authorities turn a blind eye the outposts, which were founded on state lands, and at times even help to retroactively legalize them. Most are used for agriculture, and receive the help of local councils
23 tires were slashed and malicious graffiti, hinting at involvement of Jewish right-wing activists, sprayed in northern town
Spray-painted messages suggest incident intended as revenge for car-ramming attack that wounded Israeli soldiers
Malicious graffiti reading 'non-Jews = enemies' was spray-painted on the walls of private houses and Stars of David were scrawled on vehicles, human rights organization says
West Bank residents reported suspected hate crime to police after writings of 'stones=murder' and 'stop throwing stones' found
Palestinian says security cameras caught three masked men entering his home and puncturing car tires
The Palestinian family that suffered the most suspects that the fire is linked to the masked people, possibly settlers, who broke into the nearby schoolyard
Residents of Einbus, near Nablus, report graffiti, punctured tires ■ Hebrew graffiti links vandalism to the eviction of unauthorized Jewish outpost by Israeli authorities
Meanwhile, settlers and Palestinians dispute over a suspected arson of olive grove