Violent clashes between police and residents of Bedouin village in Negev
Bedouin suspects in IDF attack in southern Israel turn themselves in

The Israel Police are searching for more suspects, residents of the Negev, who were involved in the unusual incident last week near the Bedouin village of Bir Hadaj in southern Israel.

Palestinian teenagers ride their horses during sunset in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Shuafat
Mobster storms Palestinian town to get back beloved horse

'Nissim would make sure that they would go in and get the horse out. This is a horse that he raised like a baby.'

IDF soldier indicted for stealing Palestinian car at fake checkpoint

The soldier, dressed in uniform and carrying his weapon, took the car while falsely claiming that he had stopped them at an IDF checkpoint.

MEN EXIT the emergency room at Soroka University Medical Center in Beersheba.
Beersheba man indicted for stealing personal items from medical staff

The man was arrested on Wednesday in suspicion of breaking in to two medical facilities and stealing personal items from the lockers of medical personnel while they cared for patients.

People holding mobile phones are silhouetted against a backdrop projected with the Twitter logo
Twitter: Israel, Iran may have accessed users' phone numbers

Twitter said it discovered attempts by possible state actors to access the phone numbers, after a flaw in the company’s “contacts upload” feature was found.

Crime scene [illustrative]
Mexican ambassador resigns after shoplifting, cites health reasons

Ricardo Valero was caught stealing a $10 biography of Giacomo Casanova.

The scene in Dresden after Allied bombing in 1945
Thieves grab jewels, treasures worth 'up to a billion euros' in German museum

The treasures of the Green Vault survived Allied bombing raids in World War Two, only to be carted off as war booty by the Soviet Union.

Hebron tear gas
Border Police officer imprisoned for ammo theft, reckless behavior

The officer stole gas and stun grenades and used his firearm in a residential area during his service in the West Bank.

The exhibition "Gurlitt: Status Report. An Art Dealer in Nazi Germany"
Nazi stolen artwork returned to Jewish family after 80 years

Nine works of art were returned to descendants of a Jewish couple on Monday, more than 80 years after they were stolen by the Nazis

Geneivat da’at’

Geneivat Da’at for altruistic motives has been sanctioned by Jewish religious leaders and was condemned when used for selfish interests because the values of integrity and honesty are paramount.

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