Crime and Justice

Israel Police, Drugs
Israel Police Negev Borders Unit Seizes Dozens of Kilos of Cocaine Near Egyptian Border

The suspect carrying the drugs was a resident of the Bedouin town of Bir Hadaj.

Avi Woolf | 11.02.24

Israel Police, Counterfeit Money

Tens of Thousands of Counterfeit Shekels Seized by Police

The Police found the money when a motorcycle was moving suspiciously and called on it to stop.

Avi Woolf | 08.02.24

Israel Police, Traffic, Speed Traps

Israel Police Prepares Bid for New Speeding Gun That Captures Drivers' Faces

The Israel Police is seeking to purchase mobile, operational speeding guns which also capture drivers' faces, making it unnecessary to engage in potentially dangerous chases.

Avi Woolf | 24.01.24

Israel Police, Drugs

Israel Police Surprised to Find Hundreds of Drugs in Vehicle

A Ramle resident was arrested after dozens of grams of hashish, a kilogram of cannabis, and other drugs were found in his vehicle. The court extended his detention for three days.

JFeed Staff | 21.01.24

30-Year-Old Shot

30-Year-Old Resident of Tira Shot to Death in His Backyard

Third fatality in the Arab sector since the beginning of 2024: a 30-year-old resident of Tira was shot to death this morning in the backyard of his home. The MDA team that arrived at the scene determined his death on the spot. The police are investigating.

JFeed Staff | 09.01.24

Mezuzahs Stolen

Mezuzahs in the Bayit Vagan Neighborhood Removed and Sold to Judaica Businesses

The police arrested two suspects who removed and stole mezuzahs from the doors of apartments in residential buildings in the south of Jerusalem and sold them.

| JFeed Staff | 08.01.24

Lawsuit in The Hague

Aharon Barak will Judge on Behalf of Israel in the Lawsuit in The Hague

Retired Supreme Court President Aharon Barak confirmed that he will act as a judge on behalf of Israel at the International Court of Justice hearing in The Hague on the charge of committing genocide.

JFeed Staff | 07.01.24


From Dubai to Israel: The Smuggling of the Couple from Jerusalem

A couple from Jerusalem were caught at Ben Gurion Airport trying to smuggle 3.5 kg of gold and jewelry. The two were brought before a Magistrate's Court judge who released them under restrictive conditions. The investigation continues.

| JFeed Staff | 01.01.24


8 Young Women Paid a Student to Take Their Exam for Them and were Caught

Eight young women paid a student to take English proficiency tests for them for thousands of shekels, word of the dubious service spread until it reached the police.

| JFeed Staff | 01.01.24

Diamond Smuggling

Quite the Trip: Returned from Dubai with Diamonds and was Arrested

A passenger who returned from Dubai was arrested as she hid diamonds and gems on her body and tried to evade paying tax. Customs investigations suspect that she is a smuggler who has carried out this type of smuggling in the past.

JFeed Staff | 26.12.23

The Violence in the Arab Sector

Man Shot to Death in Kafr Qara, Police Started an Investigation

A man in his 40s was shot to death in Kafr Qara, with the background to the incident apparently criminal. The police began investigating the circumstances, along with collecting evidence and findings from the scene.

JFeed Staff | 24.12.23

Violence in the Arab Sector

Baqa al-Gharbiyye: 16-Year-Old Fatally Wounded by Gunfire

A 16-year-old boy was shot in a shooting incident in Baqa al-Gharbiyye and he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. The police started the background checks for a criminal incident. Since the beginning of the year, 235 Arabs have been murdered in violent incidents.

| JFeed Staff | 20.12.23


Unfathomable: Difficulties in Bringing the Nukhba Terrorists to Justice

In the forensic laboratories at the national headquarters, it is difficult to produce evidence through which the Nukhba terrorists can be prosecuted for the atrocities they committed in the massacre in the south. The police turned to the help of laboratories abroad.

| Chani Edri, JFeed Staff | 10.12.23

Netanyahu's Trial Resumes

Netanyahu's Trial Resumes Today, Minister Amsalem Criticized the Decision

Netanyahu's trial will resume today, after the courts have returned to work in a normal format. The evidence in case 4000 will pick up where it left off. Minister Amsalem criticized the decision to renew the trial: "a disgrace like no other."

Chani Edri, JFeed Staff | 04.12.23

Three Residents of Umm El Fahm Arrested

In Possession of an Explosive Device: Three Arabs were Arrested in Umm El Fahm

The police arrested three residents of Umm El Fahm on suspicion of possessing an explosive device and trafficking in weapons. The investigation was opened after last week a city resident was seriously injured after an explosion occurred.

JFeed Staff | 03.12.23

Man Shot Dead

Crime in the Arab Sector: a 38-Year-Old Man was Shot Dead in Nazareth

The police opened an investigation following a shooting in Nazareth at a vehicle in which a 38-year-old man was murdered. In the association "Abraham Initiatives" they update that since the beginning of 2023 - 225 Arabs have lost their lives to crime and violence.

JFeed Staff | 03.12.23

Israel-Gaza War, Civilian Evacuees

Youth Try to Break Into Hotel Rooms of Evacuees

Three suspects tried to break into the rooms of civilian evacuees. A girl's scream led to their fleeing the scene and eventually being arrested.

Yehuda Klein, JFeed Staff | 03.12.23

Arms Smuggling Caught

137 Guns and Pistols: a Huge Arms Smuggling from Jordan was Caught

Released for publication: The "Jewel in the Arava" affair - the Southern District police officers in cooperation with the IDF forces foiled a huge smuggling of weapons from the Jordanian border including 137 weapons, 250 cartridges and many weapon parts with a total value of about 6 million shekels.

| JFeed | 30.11.23

220th Murder

The 220th Murder in the Arab Sector: a 22-Year-Old was Shot Dead in Rahat

A 22-year-old man was murdered this morning in neighborhood 18 in Rahat. This is the 220th murdered in the Arab sector since the beginning of 2023. The police say that the background to the murder is a criminal conflict between families.

Arye Yoeli, JFeed Staff | 29.11.23

Sentence Given

Sentence: Life Imprisonment Plus Six Years for the Policeman who Murdered his Wife

Amir Raz, a former policeman who brutally murdered his wife Diana Dedbaev, two and a half years ago in front of their children, in the Na'ala settlement in Samaria, was sentenced to life imprisonment plus another six years in prison.

| JFeed | 28.11.23