Articles in "Israel Police"

Arab Murdered in North is 100th Victim in Arab Sector in 2021

A 44-year-old man who was murdered in the Arab village of Deir al-Assad in northern Israel on Monday was the 100th murder victim from the ...

Mother Follows Her Daughter, Fallen Soldier, Joins Police

In a moving moment, Israel Police Commissioner Yaakov Shabtai Thursday officially admitted Geula Malka into the force, following in the ...

2020: Police Arrests 5,713 Suspects in Weapons Offenses, 90% of Them Arab Israelis

The police increased its activity against the plague of shootings and weapons offenses in Israel in 2020 and arrested 5,713 suspects in ...

Police Seize Arms and Drugs in Raid in Arab Town

The Israeli police have seized illegal arms and drugs in the Arab town of Kfar Qasem in an operation against violence in the Arab sector, a ...

Israel Police Realizes Dream of Special Needs Child, Makes Him Cop for a Day

Jamal Da'abas, nine-years-old from Kfar Nahaf in northern Israel who has a childhood disability and requires the help of a wheelchair, has ...

Terrorist Stabs Police Officer Near Temple Mount

A terrorist on Thursday afternoon stabbed a policewoman in the Old City of Jerusalem, near the Shalshelet gate, at the entrance to Temple ...

Police Arrest Minors for Massive Robbery of Arab Widow

Police officers on Tuesday arrested two minors for a major robbery of a widow in an Arab village in northern Israel. The two are suspected ...

Israeli Arabs Protest Rising Violence, Call For Police Action

A convoy of hundreds of cars headed from Israel’s third largest Arab city Umm al-Fahm on Sunday morning to the government compound in ...

Two Negev Bedouin Arrested On Arms Trafficking Charge

Two Israeli-Arab citizens of Ar'arat an-Naqab (formerly known as Aroer), a Bedouin town between Beersheba and Dimona were arrested in March ...

Police to Close 340,000 Files in 70th Anniversary Amnesty

Police will close 340,000 criminal files in honor of Israel’s 70th Independence Day, Police Chief Roni Alshiekh announced Tuesday. In ...