“Happy Hanukkah – price tag”, “Jesus is a son of a bitch” and “Victory for the Maccabees”, vandals sprayed anti-Christian graffiti insulting Jesus Christ was sprayed on the gates of the entrance of the Armenian cemetery overnight.
Outside the Monastery of the Cross near the Israeli parliament, vandals also slashed the tires of three cars belonging to staff and wrote “price tag” and “Happy Hanukkah”, the jewish holiday now being observed by Israelis.
Hanukkah is an eight-day festival that begins on the 25th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev ,usually in December, around Christmas time. Hanukkah, also knows as the Festival of Lights and Festival of Maccabees, is one of Judaism’s most renowned holidays, but it does not carry great religious significance.
Father Claudius, the monastery’s abbot, said he had noticed the graffiti at 4:30AM when he got up to pray. According to our sources this is not the first time that Christian sites in occupied Jerusalem have been targeted by jewish terrorist colonists with the slogan “Price Tag”, a slogan used by extremist groups of jewish terrorist settlers who mostly carry double nationalities from US and the EU next to the israeli identification.
The group targets Palestinians, Arabs, Christian and even israeli soldiers. They are involved in the vandalism, ransacking and the destruction of Palestinian property and have perpetrated multiple arson attacks on cars, mosques and olive trees and are supported by extremist jewish rabbis like Dov Lior, Moshe Levinger, Rabbi Eliezer Waldman and other such terrorists. The older generation of these antisocials is represented by Baruch Marzel, Noam Federman (both US citizens) and their terrorist activity is financed by American donations.
On 10.02.2012, graffiti insulting Jesus was found on the wall of the Mount Franciscan monastery. On 09.04.2012, vandals set fire to the entrance door of the Latrun Monastery and spray-painted slogans against the Christian religion on its walls, including names of West Bank outposts and “Jesus is a monkey”.
Last Tuesday night, vandals set car on fire in town near Ramallah. Last September, the phrase “Price tag Migron” was found spray painted on the wall of mosque in a village southwest of Hebron in the West Bank, in reference to an outpost slated for demolition. Last week, the terrorists also set fire to a car belonging to Ahmad Abu Sonduos, a Palestinian from Abu Al-Asja town in the district of Al-Dahariya south of Hebron. The terrorists sprayed “price tag” at the place of the crime.