Reports of Money Laundering On The Rise In Israel

Reports of fraudulent monetary transactions in Israel and abroad have skyrocketed in the past five years, the Ministry of Justice announced on Tuesday. Read more

Israeli Police To Question Billionaire Len Blavatnik In London

Police investigators will reportedly fly to the United Kingdom to question a British-American billionaire in a corruption investigation involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Read more

Jewish Boundary Markers Stir Tension In N.J.

One side says the fight in Mahwah, New Jersey, over plastic pipes clamped to utility poles is rooted in anti-Semitism. The other says it’s merely about enforcing an ordinance that governs outdoor displays. Read more

Drone Sale To Azeris Halted As Maker Accused of Bombing Armenia In Demo

In a rare move, the Defense Ministry suspended the export license of an Israeli drone manufacturer to Azerbaijan in light of claims that the company attempted to bomb the Armenian military on the Azeris behalf during a demonstration of one of its “suicide” unmanned aerial vehicles last month. Read more

Model Reveals Fashion World’s Secret Prostitution Ring

A model claims she was offered thousands of dollars to sleep with rich men and that these propositions aren’t uncommon for young women in her industry. Read more

No Bail For Albert Veliu, Accused of Trafficking Rifles, Rocket Launcher

A onetime driver for the Kosovar consulate will stay parked in jail as he fights charges that he was hooked up in arms trafficking, extortion and money laundering. Read more

Atlanta Jewish Woman Missing Since August 19

Police are searching for a 25-year-old Jewish woman from Atlanta who has been missing for a week and a half. Read more

New Haven Rabbi Charged With Sex Assault Has Not Guilty Pleas Entered

A judge on Tuesday entered not guilty pleas on behalf of a rabbi accused of repeatedly raping and molesting a teenage boy who attended a school the rabbi founded and who was awarded $15 million in a civil lawsuit on those allegations. Read more