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Israeli crime boss' nephew shot dead, police fear revenge killing

Ben-Shalom was twice convicted of attempting to murder crime figures associated with Israel crime boss Michael Mor's former right-hand man-turned-rival. 

12-year-old boy seriously injured in shooting in Jisr-e-Zarka

His cousin was shot dead by Israel Police forces while allegedly attempting to carry out a revenge shooting against the one who had fired at the boy earlier in the evening.

Israel has become a paradise for Palestinian car thieves - here's why:

There has been an alarming 155% rise in vehicle theft attempts in Israel so far in 2022, when compared with last year's numbers.

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Violence will stop only when it reaches Jewish areas - Arab Israelis

As the rate of violent crime - particularly homicide- rises in the Arab sector, the public demands action from authorities.

Israeli crime boss Yossi Mosley arrested in Ben-Gurion Airport

Mosley is suspected of the murder of Avihai Vaknin, who was killed in February 2017, and of the attempted murders of the criminals Itzik Cohen and Yankal'e Amsalem.

Alleged crime boss Shali Azoulay released from Polish prison on bail

Azoulay, 40, was arrested in October 2020 in Amsterdam, as he was wanted in Poland on suspicion of drug dealing. He faces up to 12 years in prison if convicted.

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21 suspects arrested for money laundering in country-wide police raid

A covert investigation that had been ongoing for months ended on Monday morning after a number of police and Tax Authority investigative units raided dozens of businesses.

Mafia boss Shumi Isakov, son, killed in shooting in Israel's North

Isakov had survived a previous attempt on his life in 2004, when unidentified assailants opened fire on him, his younger brother and another individual.

'Arab cities are run by gangs, and the police don't care'

Sada suspects that some police officers may work in cahoots with crime lords. "Whenever we call the police, they come only after the criminals have had enough time to clean their tracks."


Police not doing enough to combat surge in violent crime - Israeli Arabs

The Israel Police are not doing enough to combat violent crime in the Arab sector, Arab Israelis said on Sunday after four more people were killed in the past 48 hours.

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