Settlers puncture tires of 20 vehicles in northern occupied Palestine

Days of Palestine - an-Nāṣira

Jewish extremists from the terrorist "paying the price" gang today, Friday,  punctured the tires of a number of vehicles and sprayed racist graffiti on the walls and trucks in the town of "Al-Kamanah" in Galilee (northern Palestine occupied in 1948).

Local sources in the town said that the Jewish gangs punctured the tires of more than 20 vehicles, and inscribed "paying the price" slogans on the walls of homes in the town.

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A statement issued by the Israeli police said that in the night hours, the tires of about 20 vehicles were punctured in the violin, and slogans were written to pay the price.

The statement continued that Police forces arrived at the scene and began to collect evidence and investigate the incident. 

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Jewish extremists from the" paying the price "terrorist gangs, last month, punctured the tires of dozens of vehicles and sprayed racist graffiti on the walls and trucks in Kafr Qasim.

The "paying the price" groups carried out racist attacks in many Palestinian towns in the occupied territories in 1948, and these gangs targeted holy places, mosques, churches, and Islamic and Christian cemeteries.

Palestinian citizens at home hold the Israeli occupation police responsible for these dangerous attacks, in light of their indulgence and ignorance of such issues, especially when it comes to Arabs.

It is noteworthy that the Israeli occupation forces arrive at the scene of the attacks every time they report attacks, and begin to investigate the Palestinians and take their statements without the slightest follow-up on the incident, which they restrict most of the time to "against an unknown person."

It is noteworthy that the extremist Jewish "paying the price" gangs committed similar attacks against citizens and their property in the occupied West Bank and the occupied city of Jerusalem, without being pursued by the occupation authorities, and despite the spread of thousands of cameras belonging to the occupation everywhere.


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