Documentation of the assassination in Haifa. September 27, 2023/AMAR ASSADI
The bloody reality in Arab society continues, and with it the struggle against violence and crime. Police spokesman Deputy Commissioner Eli Levy was interviewed Tuesday morning by Anat Davidov and Udi Segal on 103FM, and discussed the sense of insecurity prevailing in the streets.
"It's very looking because on the one hand, if you look at the activity column of the police, and just yesterday we issued a weekly summary, you see a significant increase in seizures of weapons, arrests, seizures of property and vehicles of criminals. On the other hand, it's very looking, we're getting a lot of public criticism. We are doing everything to stop them," he said.
"It's very looking" Deputy Commissioner Eli Levy/Reuven Castro
"This mission of stopping crime and violence on the Arab street is a national mission. You can't always put murders on the narrow shoulders of the police."
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Raid and extensive operation
On the night between Sunday and Monday, the police raided the Jawarish neighborhood of Ramle in order to apprehend those involved in the IED explosion in Moshav Hatzev and locate weapons. After the vehicle exploded, the police launched a chase accompanied by gunfire against two members of the Jarushi family who were traveling in a nearby vehicle, and allegedly detonated the IED planted earlier. During the chase, the two occupants of the vehicle were neutralized - one of them was killed by gunfire and the other was moderately wounded.
Following the incident, according to the police, members of the organization began barricading themselves in the Ramle crime neighborhood, and police intelligence indicated that they intended to take revenge and harm the police officers who neutralized the two suspects in the detonation of the IED. Meanwhile, a 16-year-old boy, a member of the crime family, arrived at a police station in the Ramle neighborhood and shot at the officers on the spot - police assume that he came to avenge the arrest, one of the officers responded with fire, hitting the boy and critically wounding him.
Just yesterday posted in Walla! Because hundreds of police officers participated in an extensive operation carried out by the police in Hura and Tel Sheva as part of a plan to eradicate crime in the south. During the campaign, raids and enforcement actions were carried out against the phenomenon of violence against the background of bloody disputes in the Bedouin sector in several compounds in the area, and weapons were seized and confiscated.
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