Israeli extremists damage 5 Palestinian cars in Jerusalem
Published Tuesday 01/10/2013 (updated) 01/10/2013 11:59
JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Suspected Israeli extremists punctured the tires of five Palestinian vehicles near East Jerusalem's Old City overnight Monday, and sprayed 'price-tag' graffiti on nearby walls, Israeli police said.
Five cars parked on the main road near the neighborhood of Silwan were vandalized and "price-tag" was sprayed on a wall in the area, Israeli news site Ynet reported.
Israeli police say they have launched an investigation.
On Sunday, Israeli extremists vandalized 15 Christian tombstones in a cemetery in Jerusalem.
In late September, Israeli extremists punctured the tires of six Palestinian vehicles in the East Jerusalem of Sheikh Jarrah.
"Price Tag" attacks have targeted mosques, Palestinian homes and Israeli military installations in the occupied West Bank, but are generally less common within Israel.