Jewish extremists have been blamed for the vandalism.
“We have noticed that hatred speech and hatred crimes are on the rise,” Anglican Archbishop Hosam Naoum said.
“This is only an indication that we are not in a place where people can tolerate each other or accept each other,” Archbishop Naoum added.
Two unidentified men broke into Jerusalem’s Protestant Mount Zion Cemetery and desecrated more than 30 graves on Sunday, local media reported.
Security footage circulated on social media shows one man of Orthodox Jewish appearance entering the graveyard, pushing over a cross-shaped tombstone and smashing it with rocks with the help of a second man.