Israeli settlers vandalise Palestinian property

Israeli government does not hold Jewish settlers accountable for their vandalism


A group of extremist Israeli Jewish settlers vandalised on Wednesday night Palestinian property in Arab village of Ara, in northern Israel.

The Palestinian Arab residents of the village said that a number of private cars were set on fire by the extremist Jewish settlers.

In addition, they said that they found a lot of graffiti spray-painted on the walls of their village, insulting Arabs, Palestinians and Muslims with the signature of the Price Tag.

Price Tag is a group of extremist Jewish settlers, who have been carrying out attacks, vandalise and spray-paint anti-Palestinian graffiti since the evacuation of the illegal Israeli settlements in Gaza.

Those settlers are not punished over their aggression on the Palestinians even if they carried out serious attacks that claim lives.

In 2015, members of this group found responsible for setting a Palestinian home in fire in the village of Duma in Nablus.

Parents, infant and two-year-old child were killed and a three-year-old boy survived with serious burns that doctors said would negatively affect his life for ever.

An Israeli court claimed that the perpetrators were children when they carried out the attack and until now, they have not been sentenced.

The previous attack, on Friday, saw a tractor was set ablaze and graffiti sprayed on a wall in the West Bank Palestinian village of Burin, near Nablus.

A star of David and the Hebrew word for “revenge” were sprayed near the destroyed tractor.

On May 9, the Israeli police reported finding around 20 cars vandalised on Route 21 in East Jerusalem, along the border between the Jewish ultra-Orthodox illegal settlement of Ramat Shlomo and the Arab Shuafat neighbourhood. And the crimes are continuous.

(Source / 24.05.2017)


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