Netanyahu: Israel, US discussing new security aid package unrelated to Iran deal
Time for tennis? Life is boring for Liberman in the opposition
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Shaked pushes bill to stiffen penalties against rock throwing
One Republic performs in Tel Aviv: Where we grew up we don't take sides
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Comedy: Talking to Todd
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Rishon to face J’lem in semis, Haifa levels series with Eilat
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Joint List proposes bills to create Arab city, university
Home Front Command drill simulating multiple-front conflict set to begin on Sunday
UN eyes keeping Israel off list of children's rights violators
Netanyahu: Kicking Israel out of FIFA will ruin world soccer
Netanyahu: Any deal with PA will necessitate long-term Israeli presence in West Bank
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Agreement on punitive Iran sanctions remains elusive
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Lebanon, Saudi Arabia cooperate in case against Hezbollah officials
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Netanyahu on natural gas: We will not repeat mistakes of other countries
Kahlon recuses himself from gas sector
Experts call for urgent construction of wastewater treatment facilities in West Bank
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05.29.2015 | 11 Sivan, 5775
Until recently, those committing price tag attacks were often not even arrested or indicted.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Public security minister to look at possibility of easing firearm restrictions in capital, instituting administrative detentions and reinforcing police presence.
By BEN HARTMAN
"We went up the stairs very slowly. We saw blood stains on the first floor and we continued to go up, until we saw the suspect lying on his back," officer tells reporters.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Relative quiet pervades Friday morning as Temple Mount reopens; police remain on high alert in capital.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,DANIEL K. EISENBUD,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Israel Police decide to reopen Temple Mount after closing it for first time in 14 years; entrance will be limited to men over 50 and women; Fatah calls on Palestinians to "defend Aksa Mosque."
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
IDF, Shin Bet arrest number of Palestinians in attempt to reach inner circle of terror cell; large numbers of infantry, special forces deployed in West Bank.
By BEN HARTMAN,YAAKOV LAPPIN,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Alors que les allégations d’abus sexuels assombrissent ses hauts gradés, la police israélienne se lance dans un règlement de comptes moral et une refonte organisationnelle
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Noting that the assault took place while Pakada was in uniform, the lawsuit stated that the attack was “an incidence of racism-motivated police violence.”
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Blood fued between two major crime families have left over a dozen dead in recent years.
By Tuesday morning most of the protesters arrested Sunday night had been released from custody.
Following a car chase, a 60-year-old Jewish man from Tel Aviv was found in the trunk, hands bound with multiple stab wounds.
According to police, the grow room housed 26 plants, and was rigged with grow lights and a ventilation system.
Police bust woman whose pot plant was visible from the street.
"It was not planned and he wanted to disappear for a number of days, and from here it rolled forward," Nir Asraf's attorney says.
By BEN HARTMAN,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Thousands of officers to patrol densely populated religious events in Old City
Shai Bachar, who had agreed to a police request to testify in an extortion case against Avi Ruhan, was killed on January 23rd in Hod Hasharon.
"We see this often, people who exploit their access to crime scenes and send out pictures that make it harder for us to do our job."
Controversial professor makes incendiary comments on Facebook blaming Zionist Union's election loss on Jews from the Muslim world.
Organized crime associate gunned down by police while fleeing botched mob hit.
Threats against Naftali included a man who approached Naftali at a store in Afula and threatened him to “leave Bibi [Netanyahu] alone or else.”
The officer, Assistant Commissioner Gila Gaziel, will be the next head of the police manpower branch.
Danino terminated Coastal District head Asst.-Ch. Hagai Dotan and Beersheba police station commander Moshe Ivgy.
ACRI says black foam-tipped bullets were used by police in September, even though guidelines on their use were only published by the Police in January.
The officer joins a long list of top police commanders to be investigated for wrongdoing in the past couple of years.
Scandals are “embarrassing and difficult," says Danino, "but we must look forward and see what effect these incidents will have on the organization and its values in the long term.”
"I'd like to say to citizens you have a force you can trust," Danino says amid 7th police scandal in a little over a year.
Two of the detainees, including a former Ben-Eliezer aide, are suspected of having given bribes so that a specific advertising company would be contracted for state-funded projects.
The man's 17-year-old daughter was also in the car and was lightly injured in the blast, which occurred next to the Hod Hasharon train station.
Sprawling, state-of-the-art national training facility took three years to construct, cost NIS 2 billion.
21-year-old Sami al-Ajar died of gunshot wound sustained during clash with police.
The comments came two days after four more suspects were arrested in the case, including the Afula Mayor and his deputy, and a senior aide to Likud Minister Yuval Steinitz.
By BEN HARTMAN,GIL HOFFMAN
They will now pass the findings of their investigation on to Tel Aviv district prosecutors who will decide whether to indict Ben-Eliezer.
Officers allegedly poured scalding hot water on victim.
Police said they are now working on extraditing the man to Sweden to face abduction charges.
The National Fraud Squad’s case against Ben-Eliezer deals with suspicions of wrongdoing surrounding his purchase of a multimillion shekel house in Jaffa.
Arson is suspected as police continue to search for suspects in and around Jerusalem's French Hill neighborhood.
Deadly collisions occur on Highway 90 in the West Bank and Highway 232 in the Eshkol region.
State Comptroller’s Report finds only 8% of complaints over weapon lead to criminal indictments, Shapira slams police for declaring them non-deadly without reviewing all relevant factors.
Seven youths from town of Fureidis, near Zichron Yaakov, arrested for allegedly intending to harm police officers for nationalistic reasons after police shooting of Arab man in North.
A total of 54 rioters have been arrested in the clashes that have broken out in the North since the fatal shooting of Hir Hamdan by police.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,BEN HARTMAN
The parents had claimed that the twin died of a rare genetic disease but the court ruled that the twins suffered from internal injuries caused by shaking.
Noa Eyal was last seen on a late February night in 1998 and later found raped and murdered in a forest.
According to figures put out by the Israel Police on Sunday, just this past year Israeli and Palestinian police have held some 480 work meetings.
The pills were originally made in East Asia, police say most likely China, and were smuggled into Israel across its borders, including by way of Jordan and the West Bank.
Public security minister says police chief should stick to "dealing with police affairs" and "leave it to the minister, along with the prime minister, to decide on the next head of the police."
Mandate comes after accusations of rampant police corruption and abrupt resignations of 2 senior officers over past 2 weeks.
“I will take my time, consider my options and make my decision in the most organized process possible,” says public security minister.
Public Security minister demands prompt search for replacement, ‘rehabilitation of police culture.’
The minister allegedly pushed lucrative contracts toward his associates, police stated.
Shin Bet investigation determines 16 year old lied about being kidnapped by Arab assailants, sending police on frantic search.
The ceremony comes a month after the unit arrested Hamas commander Hussam Qawasme, who organized the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teenagers in June, according the Shin Bet.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Ongoing investigations into organized crime lead to a cache of drugs and weapons in southern and central Israel.
Former IDF chief allegedly failed to alert police to existence of forged document; police also recommend Ashkenazi's associates Avi Benayahu and Erez Winner be indicted.
Balad MK questioned for 5 hours for allegedly inciting against police last month; Danon: 'Hamas representative in Knesset' will end up behind bars.
By LAHAV HARKOV
In special YASAM patrol ride-along, ‘Post’ observes squad quickly disperse two riots, in A-Tur, Abu Tor.
35-year-old Jewish woman failed to heed warning shots; taken to hospital with light injuries.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JPOST.COM STAFF
Palestinians killed in separate incidents Friday; tensions in West Bank continue after massive clashes on Thursday left one Palestinian dead.
By NIDA TUMA,REUTERS
Protests also injure 27 police men in Jerusalem in separate wave of violence; heavy forces deployed Friday ahead of expected riots.
By BEN HARTMAN,DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JPOST.COM STAFF
Signs indicate that the police officer sold information relating to investigations against a major crime family based in Tel Aviv.
The case is still under gag order and the details of it have not been reported on in the Israeli press.
Police respond saying they are focusing solely on search efforts; cannot confirm or deny any accusations due to the large amount of information surrounding the case at the moment.
Palestinian Authority draws criticism from Hamas for helping Israel in rescue efforts.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Investigation into whereabouts of 3 missing yeshiva students heads into its second day; Palestinians report of arrests in West Bank; IDF Chief of Staff Gantz holds situation assessment in Hebron.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,BEN HARTMAN,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Israeli police enter compound after violence erupts at contested holy site; police use stun grenades to disperse crowds, arrest five upon being attacked after opening Mughrabi Gate.
PA spokesperson denounces Israel for blaming kidnapping on Fatah-Hamas unity government, says PA not responsible for safety of settlers in Israeli-controlled Area C.
By BEN HARTMAN,TOVAH LAZAROFF,JPOST.COM STAFF
27-year-old single mother, nicknamed "Nikita" by her handlers, worked undercover for past year mainly out of her hair salon in Petah Tikva.
In a rescue mission that included surveillance in Greece, Turkey, Russia Israeli police and Interpol bring kidnapped girls home.
The proposed bill, which passed on Monday, would in some instances be a radical departure from previous limits on searches.
Investigators say every night after closing owner would make sure to destroy all evidence of the club's income.
Authorities find evidence linking teens to tire-slashing, racist graffiti; search of homes turns up weapons, tools to carry out nationalist crimes.
Yesh Atid’s Tamnu-Shata says prosecutors, defense lawyers also to blame.
Police say suspects computers contained pornography depicting of full-on sexual relations between adults and young children.
Tel Aviv Court hands down first-ever sentence of kind; judge says the law regarding "use of a taser is the same as for use of a gun."
Media reports suggest that man shot himself in Netanya home, however police emphasize that they have not yet determined who the shooter was; crime figure's name not cleared for publication.
By BEN HARTMAN,JPOST.COM STAFF
The weapons on sale included grenades, explosive bricks, and LAW shoulder-launched missiles.
"I think Israel’s model should be studied and adapted by police departments around world," says noted Georgia State University professor.
Victim shot five times by unknown assailants in a passing car who fled the scene; police set up roadblocks in the area.
By JOSHUA SHUMAN
Amid underworld killing spree, Police Chief says "we're in one of the better periods in the history of Israel Police"
Man tells investigators that the pistol was stolen from him a year ago; IPS says Sheinbein took 96 furlough days during sentence.
Signs of violence on the soldier's body, raise suspicions of foul play; Police suspect death is criminal, not a terrorist incident.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,BEN HARTMAN
Amid slew of underworld assassinations, unknown assailants throw grenade at shop next to busy outdoor market.
Attorney Orit Hayun said her office had tried to notify the Prisons Service that Sheinbein was in serious emotional distress.
Arrest comes amid reports that Justice Ministry holding meetings to weigh canceling the indictment against suspect Hagai Felician.
Over the past year, the crime figure's name has been in the Israeli press on a number of occasions
Joint investigation with Interpol finds network of Israeli middle-men living in Europe who police say smuggled stolen luxury cars to Israel.
Parents expected to recover, two other children in critical
condition; Police arrest exterminator for ‘tragic accident.’
Pshycologist had determined that prisoner should be under observation; officers allegedly failed to take cautionary measures.
By Yonah Jeremy Bob
Lifting of gag order reveals Menashe Arbib head of “Israeli FBI” 433 as suspect; Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto still under investigation.
By BEN HARTMAN/Yonah Jeremy Bob
Rabbi Yeshayahu Pinto is suspected of attempting to bribe a police officer; Knesset to hold hearings next week.
22,000 prisoners live in 33 prisons; About 17,000 new prisoners and detainees are taken in yearly; roughly 4,000 have chronic diseases.
By JUDY SEIGEL-ITZKOVICH
In comparison to 2012, 2013 showed a 14.5% drop in the number of cattle- and sheep-stealing incidents, the police said.
By SHARON UDASIN
The wounded Gazelle was evacuated and saved.
Gil-Ad Shaer heard saying "they kidnapped me" at beginning of recording; police have been harshly criticized for failure to react quickly to call.
By BEN HARTMAN,JPOST.COM STAFF,LAHAV HARKOV,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Police chief Danino calls handling of emergency call from kidnapped teen "a failure of the utmost severity."
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Israel Police spokesman’s office, it was noted that over the month of Ramadan, more than 400 Muslims had been arrested on the Temple Mount for disturbing the peace and some 135 charge sheets had been presented to the courts.
By YISRAEL MEDAD
Readers respond to the police emergency response, prisoner release policies, and a New York opera showing.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
'Security forces have disrupted no fewer than 44 kidnapping plots since the beginning of 2013. It was only a matter of time before someone inspired by the Schalit deal succeeded.'