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Israel's Shin Bet Security Service Can Help Curb Crime in the Arab Society. But at What Cost?

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
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Amos Harel
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After excessive delays, the government began on Sunday to take a series of necessary steps for combatting crime in the Arab community. A special committee of ministers convened its first meeting, a work plan was formulated by Deputy Public Security Minister (and former high-ranking police officer) Yoav Segalovitz, and a series of steps was authorized, among them, the inclusion for the first time of the Israel Defense Forces and the Shin Bet security service in efforts to collect illegal weapons.

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