Attack comes just days after a number of Jewish extremists were served with administrative restraining orders barring them from the West Bank. By +972 Magazine Staff Nearly 30 Palestinian vehicles were vandalized overnight Tuesday in East Jerusalem in an apparent "price tag" attack. The attack comes a few days after a number of Jewish extremists were served with administrative restraining orders barring them from the West Bank. [tmwinpost] The attack took place between the Palestinian village of Shuafat and the Jewish neighborhood Ramat Shlomo in the northern part of the city. Some of the cars had their tires slashed, while others…Read More...
Nearly every discussion on Jerusalem in the Israeli media revolves strictly around stone throwing and Islamic extremism. Yet not a single word is said about the occupation. Only in Israel can one speak about an intifada without mentioning the occupation. Only here can one change the IDF's open-fire regulations without addressing what soldiers are doing on Palestinian land, with who sent them to walk around neighborhoods and cities, and for what purpose. Stone throwing has made headlines once again this week, and the entire establishment went into a craze over the question of "how do we deal with this?" Facebook…Read More... | 8 Comments
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