18 June 2013

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Suspected Jewish Extremists Vandalise Arab Israeli Town

Suspected Jewish extremists punctured the tyres of 28 cars and scrawled graffiti in an Arab Israeli town before dawn on Tuesday in the latest in a spate of apparent hate crimes, an AFP correspondent reported. On a wall near the vandalised cars in Abu Ghosh, west of Jerusalem, the perpetrators wrote in Hebrew: "Arabs out," and: "Racism or assimilation." Police were investigating the crime, spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said, adding that there were "strong indications" that it was "nationalistically motivated". [...]

Ahmad Gharabli/AFP: An Arab Israeli man points to graffiti that reads in Hebrew "Arabs out" (left) and "assimliation" scrawled on the wall of a house in the Arab Israeli town of Abu Ghosh, west of Jerusalem on June 18, 2013...


Suspected Jewish extremists vandalise Arab Israeli town (via AFP)
Suspected Jewish extremists punctured the tyres of 28 cars and scrawled graffiti in an Arab Israeli town before dawn on Tuesday in the latest in a spate of apparent hate crimes, an AFP correspondent reported. On a wall near the vandalised cars in Abu Ghosh, west of Jerusalem, the perpetrators wrote…




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