Dozens of Jewish and Arab protestors demonstrated against recent "price-tag" crimes outside the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem on Sunday.
The crowd held signs bearing the names of places where the attacks have been carried out over the last four years.
Among the group were residents of the Arab-Israeli village Baqa al-Gharbiyye, where a mosque was vandalized in a price-tag attack two weeks ago.
The price-tag attacks, which include everything from vandalism to violent acts, are perpetrated by extreme right-wing activists against Israeli security forces and Palestinians. They have been a source of contention in Israel since their initial appearance in 2008.
Legislators have attempted to have price-tag attackers labeled as a terrorist group, a decision subject to a cabinet vote. As of yet, the label has not been assigned, many suspect due to reluctance to compare price-tag attacks with the widespread gruesome attacks of terror groups like Hamas.