NAZARETH, (PIC) – Jewish extremists from the so-called “Price Tag” gang punctured on Friday the tires of several Palestinians’ vehicles and sprayed racist graffiti on the walls and trucks in Al-Kamanah town in the Galilee, north of 1948 Occupied Palestine.
The Quds Press quoted local sources as saying that the Jewish gangs punctured the tires of more than 20 vehicles and sprayed “Price Tag” slogans on the walls of homes in the town.
A statement issued by the Israeli police said that the tires of about 20 vehicles were punctured in Al-Kamanah town and “Price Tag” slogans were written on the walls of houses in the town before dawn.
“Israeli policemen arrived at the scene and began investigating the incident”, the statement added.
Last month, members of the “Price Tag” gang punctured the tires of dozens of vehicles and sprayed racist graffiti on the walls and trucks in Kafr Qasim town.
“Price Tag” groups carried out racist attacks in many Palestinian towns in the 1948 occupied territories. These gangs targeted holy places, mosques, churches, and Islamic and Christian cemeteries.
(Source / 09.04.2021)