Inhuman zionist Settlers Vandalize Church in Al-Quds
Hebrew graffiti were discovered on the walls of a famous church in Al-Quds on Sunday, in the latest vandalism attack by Zionist settlers.
Occupation police spokesman said anti-Christian slogans were found on the outer walls of the Dormition Abbey, a Benedictine monastery located just outside al-Quds’ Old City and where Christian tradition says the Virgin Mary died.
The graffiti included threats of violence, messages degrading Jesus and a call for Christians to “go to hell,” Luba Samri said.
Nikodemus Schnabel, the Dormition Abbey spokesman, said the graffiti bore “very radical messages.”
Zionist settlers have for years vandalized Palestinian property, as well as mosques, churches in what is known as “price tag” attacks.