Israeli authorities do not punish such extremist settlers who carry out such acts against Palestinians
Extremist Israeli Jewish settlers vandalised on Tuesday night 28 Palestinian vehicles in occupied Jerusalem, spray-painted anti-Palestinian graffiti.
Some of the cars in Shoafat Neighbourhood had their tires slashed and others were spray-painted with the words “administrative price tag.”
The graffiti on one car read “King Pikar,” Israeli daily Haaretz said, noting that this is a reference to Elkana Pikar, an illegal extremist settler live in illegal West Bank settlement of Yitzhar.
Racist settler group Tag Meir claimed that “the vandalism and graffiti on the cars are acts of revenge by ‘price tag’ criminals in response to an administrative restraining orders issued against them in recent weeks.”
Meanwhile, the extremist settlers spray-painted “administrative price tag” and “administrative revenge” on two buildings in Na’ura, an Arab village in the north of the occupied Palestine (Israel).
The extremist and racist Jewish settlers, who live in illegal Jewish settlements in occupied Palestinian territories, slashed the tires of eight cars parked nearby.
Such racist acts carried out by extremist Israeli Jewish settlers are repeated from time to time and the Israeli occupation authorities do not take any punishing measures against them.