Placards was Monday glued to windows at Hamedina square in Tel Aviv, in what is in all probability a protest against the upcoming evacuation of the Jewish settlements in Gaza. The perpetraitors, who signed the posters by the name ‘the city ‘s criminals,’ warned that the evacuation might lead to higher crime rates as the Israeli police is occupied with ‘expelling Jews’ instead of busting criminals, reports Haaretz.

‘This shop could be broken into and looted because Israeli police officers will be busy with the national task of expelling Jews from the Gaza Strip and the northern West Bank, robbing them of their possessions, beating them and destroying their homes,’ it read.