Writing Offensive Slogans and Attacking 3 Palestinian Vehicles

Writing Offensive Slogans and Attacking 3 Palestinian Vehicles


  • Violation: Price-tag groups write wall graffiti that encourages discrimination and attack cars belonging to Palestinians
  • Location: Rantes and Betlo villages in Ramallah  governorate
  • Date: 30/05/2013
  • Victims: 3 Palestinian families
  • Details:
In the memory of a murdered colonist who was killed on 30/04/2013 at Za’tara checkpoint , a number of radical colonists known as a "price tag" group wrote offensive slogans on the walls of a school in Rantees village, north of Ramallah. One of these slogans read "30 Laminar" in reference to the name of the murdered colonist. 

In addition, some colonists burnt two cars using petrol. The cars belong to two citizens from Rantees village and they were partially damaged.
To the east north of Ramallah in Betlo village, colonists punctured the wheels of a car parking on a road near the village entrance. Colonists also wrote offensive slogans in Betlo calling for taking revenge from Arabs the same night they attacked the cars in Rantees.


The attack was in synchronization with another attack where colonists burnt 7 other vehicles in Naja and Zbeedat villages north of Jericho in addition to writing offensive slogans calling for killing Arabs.
Affected citizen
Vehicle type
Damage type
Mohammad Wahdan
Mazda 1993
Partial damage

Raed Wahdan
Skoda 2008
Partial damage

Samer Abdul-Jaber
Daihatsu 1998
Punctured wheels
The table shows general information about the targeted cars in Rantees and Betlo villages:
*Source: Research field- Dept. of Israeli Violation Inspection- LRC
The price tag groups have carried out many attacks on Palestinian countryside areas and villages. They are quite active in the north of West Bank where they attack human beings, animals, trees and even places of worship. They are backed up by the Israeli occupation army that encourages more hatred and radicalization.  




Categories: Israeli Violations