Following two deadly terror attacks in Jerusalem and the West Bank, slashed car tires and anti-Arab graffiti were found in East Jerusalem. Police have opened an investigation.









“The Arabs of Jerusalem are considered terrorists, expel or kill” Photo Credit: Israel Police Spokesperson

The Jerusalem District Police received a report Monday morning about a suspected hate crime near the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Pisgat Ze’ev. The vandals slashed car tires and spray-painted anti-Arab graffiti on cars and walls. Police have launched an investigation.

The Hebrew-language anti-Arab slogans include “Let us take care of them,” “There’s no place in the Land of Israel for foreigners and enemies of God,” “The Arabs of Jerusalem are considered terrorists, expel or kill.”

It is suspected that the incident was an act of revenge after the two recent terror attacks in the Jerusalem and West Bank areas. Last night, 32-year-old Adiel Kolman succumbed to his wounds after a Palestinian terrorist stabbed him in Jerusalem’s Old City. He was laid to rest this morning. On Friday, two IDF soldiers were murdered in a car-ramming attack near Mevo Dotan. Two other soldiers were injured in the same attack.









“There’s no place in the Land of Israel for foreigners and enemies of God” Photo Credit: Israel Police Spokesperson

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