Rav Druckman: 'Price Tag' Attacks are Horrible
The Head of the Center of Bnei Akiva Yeshivas, Rav Chaim Druckman, reacted forcefully to the burning of a mosque in the Bedouin Arab village of Tuba Sunday night.
"All of the actions that are undertaken under the headline 'Price Tag' are horrible, shocking, anti-Jewish and anti-morality," he said.
The Kotel Rabbi, Rav Shmuel Rabinovich, denounced the suspected arson attack too. "The sites that are holy to all religions must remain outside the disputes between nations," he said. "There is no Torah authority figure who allows this kind of action and the individuals who carried out this criminal deed must be excoriated and denounced."
Rabbis from northern Israel also published a denunciation of "Price Tag" operations. While voicing hope that the arson was not carried out from Jewish-nationalistic motives, they said that if it turns out to have been a Price Tag action, "we denounce this with the utmost force."