Abergil Assets : 37 Firms, 56 Cars and 38 Apartments

Jonathan Lis
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The Israel Police estimate that at its height in June 2004, the Abergil crime family had tens of millions of shekels in assets. The organization ran 37 companies, owned 48 apartments and 56 cars.

The money laundering unit of the police's Central District mapped out what was listed as belonging to the brothers Itzhik and Meir Abergil and what was owned by their wives and other relatives. Other assets were listed under the family's "soldiers" or business associates.

For example, Shimon Zrihan, a senior organization figure accused of murdering Hanina Ohana, was the owner of three businesses and a truck.

The 37 companies included manpower and investment firms, a cigarette distributor, a garage and a car leasing agency. Meir Abergil was the part owner of 10, including one involved in illegal Internet gambling, Global Target, in which Ezra (Shuni) Gavrieli was also a partner.

Itzhik Abergil was listed as the part owner of three companies, and he and his wife were listed as the owners of three apartments in Arad. Another apartment in Rehovot and a house in Kfar Truman were owned by Meir Abergil. Their brother Avraham (Ibi) Abergil and his wife were listed as the owners of two apartments in Rishon Letzion and Lod.

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