Published November 14, 2013
JERUSALEM – Israeli police say vandals have set fire to a Palestinian home in the West Bank and scrawled graffiti on it.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says Thursday's incident appeared to have come in response to the killing of an Israeli soldier, Eden Attias, the day before by a Palestinian teenager.
The graffiti read "Greetings from Eden. Revenge." Rosenfeld says the entrance to the house was damaged by the fire.
Ribhi Ghafri, the deputy mayor of Sinjil village where the house is located, says the family was inside when their home was set on fire but no one was injured.
Vandals have targeted mosques, churches, dovish Israeli groups and even Israeli military bases in recent years in protest against Israeli policies perceived to be pro-Palestinian or in response to attacks against Israelis.