Settler Attacks in Retaliation for Regulation Bill Failure

Monday June 11, 2012 11:11 by Sarah Snobar – IMEMC & agencies

 

Palestinian man gestures towards a car sprayed with graffiti written in Hebrew that reads, “Ulpena” referring to the Jewish outpost built illegally in in the West Bank and which is earmarked to be relocated following a supreme court order, in the Palestinian neighborhood of Shuafat, in Israeli annexed East Jerusalem, on June 11, 2012. Unknown attackers vandalised Palestinian cars in east Jerusalem, slashing tyres and spraying pro-settler Hebrew graffiti on the vehicles in the latest apparent hate crime, police said. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD GHARABLI

Eight cars belonging to Palestinians were flattened by settlers on Sunday night in Shuafat, Jerusalem.

‘Death to Arabs’ and ‘Ulpana’ were written on cars as retaliation for the failure of the ‘Regulation Bill’ to go through which means the Ulpana outpost in Beit El settlement must be evicted.

The Israeli police claimed that an investigation crew has been set up to look into the matter.

It is worth mentioning that the failure of the Regulation Bill in the Knesset has led to an increase anti-Arab slogans in various areas in Jerusalem but no action has been taken against those who take part in it.

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