[Friday, December 6, 2013] Local sources in Jaloud village, south of the northern West bank city of Nablus, have reported that Israeli settlers threw rocks at a Palestinian car in the village, and wrote racist graffiti on a number of walls.
The sources said that the vandals came from a nearby Israeli settlement; they torched a car belonging to resident Fathi Yousef Mohammad, while it was parked in front of his home.
The settlers also wrote racist graffiti, including ‘Price Tag’, on the walls of Mohammad’s home.
Price tag attacks are ongoing assaults carried out by Israeli settlers against Palestinian homes, property and holy sites. Some attacks even target Israeli leftist and peace movements, such as Peace Now.
Vandals have targeted churches, mosques, Islamic and Christian graveyards and various other holy sites, in addition to Palestinian orchards and dozens of homes and property.
On November 19, a number of settlers entered Far’ata village, west of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, burning two cars. The settlers went on to write racist anti-Arab and anti-Palestinian graffiti, including ‘Price Tag’ and “Death To Arabs”.
The attack came just a few days after Israelis invaded an Islamic graveyard in occupied Jerusalem, broke tombstones and wrote graffiti on tombstones and buildings adjacent to the cemetery.