Israeli settlers slashed the tires of six cars in a Palestinian neighborhood east of occupied Al-Quds, a Zionist police spokeswoman said on Tuesday morning, indicating it was a racist attack.
“The tires of six cars belonging to Arabs were found slashed in Beit Safafa," police spokeswoman Luba Samri said in a statement.
“The words 'price tag' and 'revenge' were spray-painted onto some of them," she wrote.
"Price tag" is the name used for Zionist hate crimes that generally target Palestinians.
Unknown assailants threw a Molotov cocktail at a Roman Catholic monastery in the occupied Palestinian territories last week and scrawled Hebrew graffiti on its walls, reading "Gentiles perish" and "revenge".