For the second time in 10 days, swastikas were scrawled on a wall on the main road in Huwara.
A week and a half after the IDF demolished a pizzeria that advertised itself using a photo of an elderly woman kidnapped to Gaza, Arabs painted a huge wall on the main road in the center of Huwara and filled it with PLO flags and swastikas.
Samaria Regional Council head Yossi Dagan reacted angrily and demanded that the security forces immediately destroy the wall.
"This is the true face of the killers from Hamas and their financiers, the killers from Fatah - the Palestinian Authority: a bunch of warring Nazis," Dagan said. "I demand that the government and the security forces to respond as they respond to Nazis, and immediately destroy the wall on the the main road in Huwara."
"The acceptance policy for Nazi terror is over. We will not go as sheep to the slaughter. We demand security, demand national honor, demand to run over these Nazis who did it. What was will not be anymore.
"The acceptance policy for Nazi terror is over!"
Earlier this month, an IDF bulldozer demolished a pizzeria in Huwara that encouraged terrorism and published an ad promoting its products which used a photo of an elderly Jewish woman who was abducted by Hamas terrorists to Gaza and forced by them to make a “V” sign with her fingers.
Following the outrageous publication, Dagan demanded that the government and the security forces to destroy the pizzeria. A short time later, the forces arrived on the scene - and an IDF bulldozer began the demolition.