JERUSALEM (Ma’an) -- Jewish extremists sprayed racist anti-Arab slogans on the walls of a mixed school in Beit Safafa, East Jerusalem on Tuesday.
"Death to Arabs", and "Kahane was right" were sprayed in Hebrew on walls in the school's playground, Israeli radio station Reshet said.
Both Jewish and Palestinian students attend the school, which is located between Beit Safafa and the Jewish neighborhood of Katamon.
Meir Kahane founded the far-right Kach party, which has been banned under Israeli anti-terrorism laws.
Baruch Goldstein, an Israeli-American who murdered 29 Palestinians in a 1994 Hebron massacre, was a devotee of Kahane.