Magistrates Court extends arrest of parents who are in Israel illegally, after 5 yr-old daughter was found by police with hands & feet bound and “covered in her excretions and blood, unable to move.”
By Arutz Sheva Staff
The Rishon Lezion Magistrates Court on Tuesday extended the arrest of the Arab man whose five-year-old daughter was found tied up and alone in the shower in the family’s home in Lod.
According to Channel 12, the police investigator said: “Yesterday, during the early evening hours, we received a report of a child screaming and crying from inside an apartment. Police officers arriving at the scene discovered a locked apartment and entered exactly when the owner arrived. Continue Reading »
Some among those MAGAV detained were found to have criminal records while others investigated posed serious security threats.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Israeli Border Police (MAGAV) overnight stopped and apprehended 120 Palestinians attempting to illegally cross into Israel from the West Bank.
Border Police capture 120 Palestinians attempting to illegally cross into Israel – Photo courtesy: Israel Police
In the early hours between Tuesday and Wednesday, authorities were alerted to the large movement of potential infiltrators near Oranit, a settlement straddling the Green Line, northeast of Rosh Ha’ayin.
Border Police, with the help of volunteers, were able to track down the would-be trespassers before they reached the security fence, after which they were taken for interrogation, where it was discovered that a number of them are suspected of being security threats, or have a criminal record. Continue Reading »
Israeli Judge rules Arab worker who illegally entered Israel to be released and not punished further, for being ‘Righteous Among the Nations’ as he selflessly protected innocent Jews from harm.
By Israel Today Staff
“The defendant is a kind of ‘Righteous Among the Nations,’” ruled Judge Shamai Becker, referencing the designation given to non-Jews who helped save Jewish lives during World War II.
Palestinian workers at a checkpoint leading into Israel-proper. The poor, corruption-riddled Palestinian economy leads many to seek jobs in the Jewish state. – Israel Today
Becker sentenced the defendant to 18 days in prison, which he had already served while in custody. Continue Reading »