This is the second murder in Jisr al-Zarqa this year and the 11th in Israel's Arab community.
Conflicting accounts of what happened in a deadly Negev clash last month are just the tip of the iceberg of what has been known to take place among troops involved in confrontations with Palestinians.
Evidence supports suspicion that the sale of U.S.-born Harow's firm, before returning to the Prime Minister's Office, was fictitious.
'If it turns out that there were errors here or that it wasn’t an attack, then the system must learn from it,' Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan says.
While probes into the Israeli Bedouin killed by police last month have been swift, similar cases have been characterized by foot-dragging, snafus and concealing information from the public.
In view of the incitement and lies these two spread immediately after the events in the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran, whose houses were all destroyed, they can no longer remain in office.
Israeli security officials were quick to call the January incident which saw a police officer killed a terrorist attack, but an investigation is set to prove otherwise.
Netanyahu and security officials were quick to call the incident a terrorist attack, but an investigation is set to prove otherwise. Findings are 'not good for police,' legal experts say.
Staffers at Neot Kipat Hazahav nursing home in Haifa filed complaints, but nothing was done, according to Channel 2 News.
Anyone caught entering Israel illegally via occupied territories would be forced to pay about 5,000 shekels to hire private firm for every court hearing.