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Israeli defense ministry files law suit against 4 Palestinian youth for theft

March 16, 2017 9:11 P.M. (Updated: March 19, 2017 7:13 P.M.)
NEGEV (Ma’an) -- The Israeli Defense Ministry filed a lawsuit in the magistrate court of Ashdod against four Palestinian youths from the Negev in southern Israel, demanding the youths pay 780,000 shekels ($215,025) as compensations to ministry. 

The lawsuit claimed that the four youths, identified by their first names as Fouad, Aziz, Khalid and Murad caused economic damages to the ministry after they broke into Israeli military vehicles and stole fuel cards, which the youths used later to fill fuel worth 780,000 shekels for other vehicles.

The law suit alleged that between October 2015 and August 2016, the four youths had stolen fuel ration cards from Israeli military vehicles and used them several times to fill their own vehicles with 195,000 shekels ($53,756) worth of fuel along with selling fuel to other people.

Charges were filed against them after the four youths confessed.

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