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Parks Authority, Police, Arrest Druze Who Slaughtered 44 Protected Partridges for Meat

Border Police forces and inspectors of the Israel Nature and National Parks Authority conducted a search of the home of the suspect in Yarka, and found 44 protected partridges slaughtered and packed in a freezer.

Terror Attack Foiled at Azrieli Mall in Tel Aviv

They discovered the suspect had hidden the knife in a very creative way, in his belt buckle.

CNN Offices in NYC Evacuated Due to Bomb Threats

By 11:51 pm, a preliminary search of the building by the NYPD bomb squad had turned up nothing.

ISA Thwarts Attempt to Fly Cellphones to Security Prisoners Via Drone

Dozens of phones had already been smuggled to prisoners in exchange for money from the terrorist organizations, the investigation revealed.

Haifa U Survey: Trust in Israel Police in Significant Decline

Regarding the statement, "The police are extremely fair in their handling of crime and disorder," respondents expressed moderate to low approval (an average of 2.75).

40 Arab Doctors, Interns, Pharmacists Arrested over Forged Diplomas

Using these fraudulent documents to apply to the Israeli health ministry, the suspects received licenses to engage in the medical professions in Israel, police said.

Police Recommend Indicting Netanyahu on Bribery Charges

The police intend to request that additional suspects be brought to trial, including Sara Netanyahu, Shaul Elovitch, his wife Iris, his son Or, and former Bezeq CEO Stella Handler.

Jerusalem Police Interrupt Extremists’ Wedding of 13-Year-Old to Another Minor

After identifying the bride as a 13-year-old girl, the police suspect that she was the minor who had been reported missing by her father two months ago.

Hate Crimes in Canada Up 47% Targeting Jews, Muslims and Blacks

Hate crimes against the Jewish population increased for the second consecutive year, rising from 221 in 2016 to 360 in 2017.

Investigation Into Texas Synagogue Fire, 5 Torah Scrolls Saved

Two of the Torah scrolls were damaged by water. No injuries were reported in the blaze.

Terrorist’s Attorney Resigns After Cursing Out Victim’s Family in Court

The victim's father, Boaz Kokia, called on the Israeli public to refrain from employing Mustafa.

Elor Azaria Accusing Police of Habitual Leaking of His Personal Information

Elor’s father, Charlie Azaria, filed a complaint with the Police Investigation Unit regarding the false leak to the press.

Israel Foils Smuggling of 8 Rare Gouldian finches Worth $30,000

The Gouldian finch is classified as a protected natural asset, and therefore importing and trading them requires a special permit from the Nature Authority.

11-Year-Old Jewish Boy in NY Attacked in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg Neighborhood

Volunteer medics from the Hatzolah emergency response medical service treated the boy for cuts and scrapes.

Jerusalem Police Arrest 32 Israeli Arabs Working for PA Security

The wave of arrests took place following a covert investigation conducted by the Jerusalem police.

Fascists, Iranians, Losing Soccer Fans, in Argentina’s ‘Killing Jews to Make Soap’ Scandal

The All Boys court was shut down indefinitely and the team could be sanctioned by the league to play all of its 2019 games without an audience.

Chabad-Lubavitch Yeshiva Boy ‘Sucker Punched’ in Crown Heights, Brooklyn Attack

The attack took place at around 9:40 pm on Troy Avenue, between Empire Boulevard and Montgomery Street.

Blood Libel: El Al CEO Admits Haredi Passengers Did Not Riot on Shabbat Flight

Observant Jewish passengers, as well as several journalists, said the report was a lie.

Police Recommend Indicting Interior Minister Arye Deri

The initial investigation raised suspicions of unusual movements in bank accounts associated with Aryeh Deri and family members.

Suspect Indicted in Connection with Anti-Semitic Beating in Borough Park, Brooklyn

The suspect was heard screaming words that sounded like "Allah" while beating the victim, according to the court papers.

Israel Launches Hotline to Protect Children from Internet Threats

"It will provide a complete response to all dangers that children and teens are exposed to on the internet."

Police Officers Hurt in Terror Attack in Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv Neighborhood

Security personnel are searching for a second individual who allegedly aided the terrorist in his attack.

‘Live’ Anti-Tank Mine Discovered in Shfaram in Northern Israel

Police and military sappers were summoned to defuse the explosive.

Four Hikers Trapped by Flash Flood in Wadi Og, Rescued by IAF

IDF helicopters and police equipped with night vision equipment set out to find the second group, also south of Ramon Crater.

Berlin Bracing for March of ‘Rightwing Extremists’ Marking Kristallnacht’s 80th Anniversary

The Berlin Senate has banned the march on what appear to be strictly emotional grounds.


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