JERUSALEM, April 23, 2018 (WAFA) – Members of the Israeli terror organization, Price Tag, Monday vandalized dozens of Palestinian-owned vehicles and spray painted anti-Arab slogans on homes in the village of Beit Iksa, to the northwest of Jerusalem, according to a local official.
Mohammad Awadallah, member of Beit Iksa village council, said members of the terror group wrote threats to Palestinians calling on them to leave the place.
He said that Israeli settlers damaged more than 20 vehicles and painted slogans that said “death to Arabs” and “price tag”, among other racist, anti-Arab slogans.
Khalid Ghaith, a local resident, said that these crimes are now a threat to the lives of their families and children, not to mention the serious damage caused to the cars.
Located six kilometers northwest of Jerusalem and populated by 2000 people, Beit Iksa is totally isolated from its Palestinian surroundings by the separation wall to force its residents to leave the village in order to use its area for settlement expansion.
Earlier this month, Price Tag members spray-painted racist graffiti in Hebrew on cars owned by Palestinians in Beit Hanina, an Arab neighborhood to the north of Jerusalem, and slashed their tires, according to witnesses.
Price tag members repeatedly spray paint racist anti-Arab and anti-Palestinian slogans in Arabic and Hebrew languages on cars and walls of Palestinian homes in Jerusalem and the West Bank, as well as inside Israel and vandalize Islamic and Christian holy places, while its members are rarely prosecuted.