Seven Palestinian-owned cars and a wall are damaged in Sheikh Jarrah, settler slogans spray painted.
A Palestinian woman stands next to a car that had its tires slashed in Sheikh Jarrah in East Jerusalem, September 22, 2013 (Tali Mayer/Activestills.org)
Palestinian residents of Sheikh Jarrah in East Jerusalem awoke to a suspected “price tag” attack Sunday morning. The vandals slashed the tires of seven Palestinian-owned cars, spray painted another and spray painted “price tag” on a wall.
Spotlight: Sheikh Jarrah
The slogan painted onto the car makes it appear to be an attempted act of revenge after an Israeli soldier was murdered in the central West Bank over the weekend. The Palestinian man accused of killing the soldier is not from Sheikh Jarrah or Jerusalem.
A Palestinian-owned car in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah with graffiti that reads “Jewish blood won’t be left behind”. September 22, 2013 (Tali Mayer/Activestills.org)
Residents reportedly videotaped the attack and handed it over to police, who asked that the video not be released so as not to harm the investigation into the “price tag” attack.
A Palestinian man shows the damage to his car in a suspected ‘price tag’ attack in Sheikh Jarrah, September 22, 2013 (Tali Mayer/Activestills.org)
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