Two Israelis Arrested for 'Looting Music Festivalgoers Killed in Oct 7 Attack'Chris Menahan
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Two Israeli men were indicted on Wednesday for allegedly looting music festivalgoers killed in Hamas's October 7th attack.
The story is only being reported in the Israeli media.
From Mako.co.il (as translated by Google):
The South District Attorney's Office filed an indictment today (Wednesday) against two residents of Beer Sheva for theft under aggravated circumstances of property belonging to those murdered at the "Nova" outdoor party near Ra'im, where hundreds of young people were massacred by terrorists.The Israeli site News1 reported the duo is accused of stealing 60,000 shekels worth of property ($15,600).
The Israeli outlet TheMarker reported last week that Israeli residents of kibbutzim in Western Negev said their homes were looted by Israeli Defense Forces soldiers after they were ordered to evacuate in the wake of Hamas's Oct 7 attacks.
"There were unidentified soldiers in the kibbutz who went around the houses and raided them - looking for jewelry and gold," a Haaretz-TheMarker photographer told the paper. "These are people in uniform, not intruders who jumped over the fences, because it is impossible to enter the kibbutz. There are positions of soldiers around all the fences."
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