The monastery in Latrun (a place near the highway from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem) is surrounded by vineyards, trees, Kibbutzim, Moshavim and an Israeli military museum. Usually you don't here much about some monks running the monastery. Unfortunately, I have to say, many secular Israelis like to go there in order to by unkosher wine produced by the monks.
Last night, at least one person sprayed a few graffiti onto the walls of the monastery.
Yeshua Kof - J. is a monkey
The Israeli police has nothing better to do than accusing the apparently national religious TAG MECHIR (price tag). The members of Tag Mechir group are unknown but the police assume that fundamentalist settlers are involved. Lets say some followers of Baruch Marzel or, in other words, the "Hilltop Youth".
The question is whether the true Tag Mechir is really behind all the different graffitis being found all over the country. Mainly graffitis against Arabs. In the case of Latrun, the graffiti sprayer addressed the false Meshiach J. as YESHUA. Hardly any Jewish Israeli would refer to J. as Yeshua. In Israel J. is called Yeshu.
A religious Jew, however, would definitely not refer to J. as Yeshua but those who do name J. Yeshua are the so - called messianic