Police believe the son of one of Israel's leading businessmen is not suspected of involvement in running the gambling site, but is suspected of being one of its many customers; police believe site earned operators some NIS 57 million.
Police says before fulling into debt and turning to crime, Nissim Gampel of Moshav Kochav Michael was a successful businessman who owned a restaurant in Jerusalem.
Fire was likely caused by a stove that was left unattended; one other person moderately injured in blaze.
Officials said after interrogating IFA chairman Avi Luzon that he is not suspected of fixing matches for money.
Former Israel Lands Administration director woken up by shots at about 00:30 A.M. on Monday.
IFA chairman questioned for eight hours.
Witnesses say Gabriel Cadis, head of the Jaffa's Orthodox Church Association, was stabbed by an assailant wearing a Santa Claus hat after a service at St. George's Church.
Gabriel Cadis was rest on Saturday afternoon; police investigating whether stabbing was connected to elections within Orthodox Christian group.
Gabriel Cadis, head of the Orthodox Church Association in Jaffa, was stabbed in front of many witnesses outside the St. George Church in Jaffa.
Police officers will henceforth be barred from giving interviews to the media in any case that has not yet resulted in an indictment.