Many “price tag” attacks just involve graffiti.
Other times a fire bomb causes light damage, scorching a wall or two and leaving behind soot and a rank smell in the air. Then there are ones like Thursday’s suspected price-tag attack at the Catholic church at Capernaum.
The fire gutted the building and it is hard to picture it reopening without a floor to ceiling renovation. The worst damage is in a room to the right of the entrance, where the ceiling had caved in completely, the support beams were charred through, and burnt prayer books were piled across the entire floor.