Just take a look at what these vile, cowardly bastards do to the Palestinians on a regular basis...
With their hoodies, covered faces and cans of spray paint, they may in some ways look like average teenage vandals out for a night of trouble.
But on the streets of Arab East Jerusalem, some young Jewish people are up to more than just graffiti. They are part of what has become known as "price-tag gangs" to send a very political message.
http://www.b-b-c.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-19601311Price-tagging is the term they use for a range of acts, from vandalism to arson attacks and religious desecration.
They carry out these crimes as an act of revenge. Primarily, they are warning their own government that there is a price to pay for any attempt to give what they believe is Jewish land to the Palestinians as part of the fragile peace process. The price-tag gangs come from the hilltops of the West Bank, Arab territory that has been occupied by Israel since the war of 1967.
Israeli homes built on occupied land are illegal according to international law, though Israel disputes this. Israel regards the West Bank as territory whose final status is yet to be determined and has built 120 settlements here - around 300,000 Israelis now live in the West Bank, excluding East Jerusalem.
The hills are the battle ground for the hilltop youth - price tagging is their calling card and they have sworn to sacrifice all to prevent this land being given to the Palestinians.
Moriah Goldberg is one of them. The 20-year-old was captured on CCTV in February in a Palestinian village.
She slashed open sacks of building materials, cars were sprayed with graffiti saying "revenge" and insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
One of the most provocative price tags so far was in February in the Palestinian village of Burka, where the mosque was attacked, prayer mats were burnt, insults sprayed and war declared on the walls.