Communist Party of Israel

Dozens of slashed car and private bus tires and sprayed graffiti slogans on vehicles and buildings declaring “Expel or Kill” and adorned with the Star of David were discovered on Thursday morning, March 25, in the Arab-Palestinian city of Kafr Qasim in central Israel. Thursday’s attack was the seventh hate crime perpetrated there in recent years, Al-Ittihad and Zo Haderech have reported. The Hebrew slogan “Expel or Kill” is spray-painted on a locally owned private bus in the Arab-Palestinian city of Kafr Qasim in central Israel, Thursday, March 25, 2021. (Photo: Wafa) Incidents of vandalism and attacks against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and in Arab communities in Israel are commonly referred to as “price tag” attacks, as they purported come in response to some perceived offense to “Jewish sensibilities.” While arrests of perpetrators of such terror attacks have been exceedingly rare, Israeli rights groups lament that convictions are even…

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Post-Election Hate Crime in Kafr Qasim, 7th Attack in Recent Years