The terroristic attacks on Palestinian people and property in Palestine and Christians and Muslims within Israel are euphemistically called ‘price tag’ due to the attacks beginning as revenge for eviction of Jewish colonists from an illegal colony in Palestine.
19 June, 2014 Yedioth Ahronoth
Graffiti condemning MK Hanin Zoabi [who has said that ‘kidnappers’ aren’t terrorists] and calling for, “Death to Arabs“, was found Thursday scrawled on the walls of the special education school el-Massar in Haifa.
Equipment belonging to the school was set on fire neighbors extinguished the blaze. Haifa police opened an investigation to catch the perpetrators and denied that the incident constituted a Price Tag attack. (Ahiya Raved and Hassan Shaalan)
In recent weeks the “Hilltop Youth,” Israeli citizens in general, and their lobby in the Knesset and the media have been experiencing a sense of crisis. The events surrounding Yitzhar and the comments by a resident of the settlement justifying attacks on soldiers have put them on the defensive. In their responses in online comments and in sympathetic articles, they have presented the argument that “Price Tag” violence is about nothing more than some scribbled graffiti. Continue reading ‘Price tag’ attacks: It’s not about the graffiti→
Feb. 20, 2012 The Blaze
Incidents of church vandalism have been finding their way into the headlines both in America and abroad over the past few months. In the latest attack to make international headlines, Israeli police reported that vandals sprayed anti-Christian graffiti on a Baptist church in Jerusalem.
JEWISH TERRORISM ‘Arabs out’ spray-painted on wall of house of worship in Umm al-Fahm in suspected ‘Price Tag’ attack
April 18, 2014 Times of Israel
Unidentified assailants on Friday vandalized a mosque in the northern town of Umm al-Fahm, torching the front door of the house of worship and spray-painting a racist invective on its wall. Continue reading Jewish terrorists attack mosque in northern Israel→
January 15, 2014 Israel Hayom (Netanyahu’s personal paper, paid for by Sheldon Adelson)
Palestinians who arrived for morning prayers at a mosque in the village of Deir Istiya, between Qalqiliya and Salfit in Samaria, discovered that the building had been set on fire in a suspected price-tag attack. They were able to put out the fire before it spread.
The mosque suffered minor damages from the attempted arson and was painted with slogans saying “Revenge for the blood spilled in Qusra” (a reference to the clash between Palestinians and settlers in the village of Qusra last week), “Regards from Qusra” and “Get out, Arabs.” Most of the damage was done to the mosque’s entrance, door and carpet.
10/10/2013 Jerusalem Post
Extreme right wing activists vandalized three cars and the exterior wall of a mosque in the Palestinian West Bank village of Burka outside of Ramallah early Thursday morning.
The IDF is working on the assumption that the vandals executed a “price tag” attack of retribution for its evacuation of the Geulat Zion outpost on Wednesday morning as well as the Palestinian murder of IDF soldier Tomer Hazan last month. “Geulat Zion loves Tomer Hazan” was written on the mosque’s exterior wall.
According to Sarit Michaeli of the Israeli nongovernmental group B’Tselem, her organization has recorded 12 attacks by right wing extremists against Burka since 2007. She added that police have not caught any of the assailants in these incidents.
The vandalism against the mosque marks the second price-tag attack in the West Bank in 24 hours.
June 19, 2012 New York Times
A West Bank mosque was burned and vandalized early on Tuesday, with graffiti warning in Hebrew of a “war” over the impending evacuation of the small, disputed Jewish settlement of Ulpana.
JEWISH TERRORISM Vandals attempt to set abandoned mosque in capital ablaze; graffiti defaming Islam found on several walls. Building sustains light damage
12.14.11 Yediot Aranoth
Jewish terror in Jerusalem? Vandals attempted to set an abandoned mosque in Jerusalem’s Strauss Street on fire overnight.
JEWISH TERRORISM Residents of Nablus-adjacent village say local mosque set on fire. No injuries reported; building sustains mild damage
12.15.11 Yediot Aranoth
The Palestinian residents of the West Bank village of Burqa, near Nablus, reported that their mosque has been torched overnight.
According to eyewitness reports, at 4 am, worshipers discovered part of the mosque was on fire and were luckily able to extinguish it quickly. The building sustained light damage, mostly to its carpets and chairs. No injuries were reported.
Dec. 14, 2011 Ha’aretz Arsonists set fire to a deserted mosque in central Jerusalem during the night between Tuesday and Wednesday. There was no structural damage reported and the damage mainly consisted of the blackening of walls and graffiti reading “Price Tag,” and anti-Islamic phrases.
The Nebi Akasha mosque, apparently built under the Ayyubid dynasty in the 12th century with additions made under the Mamluk dynasty in the 13th century. It is believed that the mosque was founded on the burial site of combatants in Saladin’s army, though an ancient tradition designates the site as the place where Akasha, a friend of the Prophet Muhammad, was buried.
May 12, 2003 Comeandsee Four Molotov cocktails (“burning bottles”) were thrown to the exterior walls and roof of the Plymouth Brethren Church that is located on the upper floor of the building that Emmaus Bible school offices are in. The mentioned cocktails were found by worshippers who came to the Bible study meeting on Friday evening (the 9th of May). It seems that the cocktails had caught fire but no damage was done.
11/26/2013 Jerusalem Post Unknown assailants threw two Molotov cocktails in a suspected “price tag” attack Tuesday at a home in the Palestinian village of Burin, south of Nablus, Israel Radio reported.
Five members of a Palestinian family were hurt Thursday after their house in the village of Sinjil was torched. Graffiti reading “Regards from Eden revenge” was sprayed on the house door. The five were taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation. Damage was caused to the property.
08/22/2012 Jerusalem Post
Police investigating possibility incident in Palestinian village was a ‘price tag’ attack.
Police have opened an investigation into the attempted arson of a Palestinian home in the West Bank village of Far’ata late Monday night. Police said the investigation is examining all possible angles, including the possibility that the act was a “price tag” attack on Palestinians by Jewish extremists.
JEWISH TERRORISM Israeli settlers held ‘day of rage’ against Palestinians, unleashing violence against civilians
24 Mar 2011 Al Jazeera
A group of settlers firebombed a house in the nearby village of Huwwara, forcing the evacuation of two Palestinian children to hospital for treatment for smoke inhalation.
One of the Hebron settlers also ran over a five-year-old Palestinian boy causing moderate injuries while on Sunday an 11-year-old Palestinian girl walking to school was run over.
03/03/2011 Jerusalem Post
“Price tag” operations and blocking of roads take place near Jerusalem in response to West Bank outpost demolition.
Already on Tuesday, extremist activists engaged in a number of “price tag” activities, smashing Palestinian car windows, throwing a Molotov cocktail into a home and rolling burning tires into two West Bank Palestinian villages.
15/01/2008 Ma’an News
Israeli settlers from the Beit Hadassah outpost in the centre of the southern West Bank city of Hebron hurled a molotov cocktail into a Palestinian home on Tuesday.
Abdul-Khaliq Sidir told Ma’an that he was in his house when he heard an explosion and fire broke out in the kitchen. He said that the fire was caused by settlers who had hurled a molotov cocktail into his kitchen. His home is overlooked by the Israeli settlement outpost.
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