Two Israeli teenage girls have been charged with torching a Palestian car in Hebron as part of a ‘pricetag’ retaliation attack, according to YNet.
The girls, who deny having been involved in the attack, are accused of puting two bottles of petrol obtained from a local gas station and igniting two tires under a Palestinian car parked near the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba.

Israeli settlers are regulalry involved in ‘pricetag’ attacks on Palestinians and their property in the West Bank in response to Israeli legal measures being imposed against them.

In June a mosque near Ramallah was burnt down by settlers as part of a price tag attack.