Drug trafficking in Israel brings in an estimated 110 tons of marijuana each year.
From the 1990s to the late 2000s, around 25,000 gold and bronze coins were discovered buried in the Gaza Strip. Out of the 25,000 coins, an estimated 14,000, or 60 percent, of the antiques were stolen or sold to black market dealers.
In 2008, authorities in Israel reported 78 cases of counterfeit drugs within the country. The 78 cases of counterfeit drugs represented $26 Million (100 Million Israeli Shekels).
The black market prostitution industry in Israel is estimated to be worth $2 Billion.
Human trafficking in Mongolia finds 3,000 to 5,000 victims each year. A majority of the human trafficking victims are women and children who end up working in the prostitution industry. Mongolian victims are trafficked to countries as far away as Germany, Israel, and the United Arab Emirates.
20 million ecstasy pills and between 4 to 5 tons of heroin were trafficked into Israel in 2008. Nearly all of the heroin entered through the shared border with Lebanon.
Counterfeit goods and piracy are causing an estimated $500 million loss to companies in Israel each year.
Human trafficking activities brought in 3,00 0 to 5,000 women into Israel to work in the prostitution industry between 2001 and 2005, according to a Knesset subcommittee on human trafficking.
The prices that two organ traffickers were selling organs on the black market in Israel.