JERUSALEM, June 11 (UPI) -- Israeli police said they were investigating the distribution of pamphlets calling for attacks on the Israeli army to protest the eviction of settlers.
Right-wing elements were suspected, police said.
The pamphlets, discovered in a number of West Bank settlements, called for sabotage and vandalism in response to the government's decision to evacuate five buildings in the contested Ulpana neighborhood in the settlement of Beit El, the Times of Israel Web site said Monday.
The pamphlets suggested slashing tires of military vehicles, filling their gas tanks with sugar and spray-painting slogans on military bases.
In other incidents described by police as "price tag" attacks, tires of seven Palestinian vehicles in the Shuafat refugee camp in east Jerusalem were slashed during the morning and "regards from Ulpana" was painted on one of the vehicles, Israel Radio said.
The term "price tag" refers to random violent attacks carried out against Palestinians and in some cases Israelis or the Israeli military by right-wing elements that oppose the government's policy.
In a similar attack Friday, vandals slashed the tires of 14 cars in the Jewish-Arab village Neve Shalom.
Twenty mobile homes were transported to the army base near the Beit El settlement Monday to serve as temporary housing for the families evicted from the illegal neighborhood. Their evacuation is expected to take place by July 1 in accordance with a High Court of Justice ruling last week, Israeli media outlets said.