Peace Now’s Jerusalem office is vandalized


JERUSALEM — The fence outside the Jerusalem offices of Peace Now were spray painted with threatening graffiti.

The words “No leftists, no terror attacks” were painted Thursday on the fence by unknown vandals.

The Jerusalem police have opened an investigation into the incident, according to reports.

In November, vandals targeted the home of Hagit Ofran, the director of Peace Now’s Settlement Watch project, with graffiti including swastikas and the words “Rabin is waiting for you,” referring to the assassination of former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin that took place in November 1995. The day before the November attack, the offices were evacuated following a bomb threat.