, an Orthodox Christian monastery was the site of an attack by graffiti sprayers. The incident took place on the heels of another dispute, between the churches of Greece and Georgia, over claims to ownership of the facility.
From the article:
In February, the outer walls of the Monastery of the Cross were graffitied with “Death to Christianity” and “Price Tag”, a slogan commonly used by extremist Jewish settlers protesting against the government’s removal of illegal outposts. Within days, the Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili was quoted in the Georgian press saying that he was seeking to return control of the monastery to Georgia, which previously controlled it, most recently in the 17th century.