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PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/PRICETAG
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February 25, 2014
Israeli police officers investigate the scene where graffiti was sprayed in the Arab neighbourhood of...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israeli police officers investigate the scene where graffiti was sprayed in the Arab neighbourhood of...
Israeli police officers investigate the scene where graffiti was sprayed in the Arab neighbourhood of Sharafat in Jerusalem February 19, 2014. Last March, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched a crackdown on crimes that elsewhere might be shrugged off as ugly but sufferable mischief - racist graffiti, slashed tyres, hacked orchards and small-scale arson. Such vandalism takes on a whole different meaning when it is perpetrated by ultranationalist Jews against Palestinian property, risking renewed violence in the occupied West Bank and east Jerusalem, disrupting U.S.-mediated peace talks and further sapping Israel's image abroad. Picture taken February 19, 2014. To match Feature PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/PRICETAG REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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