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Palestinian residents of the village of Deir Istiya in the West Bank on Tuesday found eleven cars sprayed with David's stars and graffiti-disfigured houses claiming that "the people of Israel live" and that the village is "full of terrorists."
On Monday, residents of Kafr Malik, another village in the West Bank, were subjected to an "attack" in which 13 cars were damaged and houses were destroyed with graffiti, claiming "war will be fought in Judea and Samaria" Din reported .
Yesh Din called the acts an "attempt to create fear among the Palestinians" – "who are asleep when such acts are performed at night" – and stated that Israeli law enforcement "is nowhere to be found."
On Monday night activists from the far right-wing Jewish group Lehava protested, blocking the road to Deir Qaddis and holding signs saying "Fire today's rapist tomorrow" and "Will he treat our sister as a prostitute?"
When their father, Jacob, admonishes them for their behavior, they respond with the text that the demonstrators are using.
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