"A few days ago, a Palestinian was arrested to be interrogated, because he is suspected of incitement (to violence), through its page Facebook", said a spokesman for the police, Luba Samri. Facebook's translation software interpreted the post to mean "attack them" in Hebrew and "hurt them" in English, Haaretz reported.
The Facebook post was not read by an Arabic-speaking officer, but was instead spotted by an officer who relied on the social media platform's #Automatic Translation tool.
There is only one letter's difference between the colloquial Arabic phrase for "good morning to you all" and "hurt them".
Aluno baleado por outro em escola recebe alta médica em Goiânia
Os corpos dos adolescentes mortos foram liberados pelo Instituto Médico Legal de Goiânia na noite de sexta-feira e velados durante a madrugada.
Such vehicles have been used in terror attacks and officers thought he may be threatening to carry out such an atrocity, the website reported.
A spokeswoman for the Israel Police's West Bank district confirmed to The Times of Israel on Sunday that the man, a construction worker, was arrested "on suspicion of incitement" and released shortly thereafter when the assumption turned out to have been false.
The post showed a photo of the worker next to a bulldozer in the West Bank.
Plucky Iran Eliminated by Spain in U-17 World Cup Quarters
In the second half, Sergio Gomez (60th) and Ferran Torres (67th) gave them a 3-0 lead. Get full football score of Spain vs Iran, FIFA U-17 World Cup quarter-final, here.
There were red faces at Google previous year, when its online translation tool rendered the Russian Federation as "Mordor".
Google said at the time that Translate worked by looking for patterns in hundreds of millions of documents - but translation remained hard as the meaning of words was tied to the context in which they were used.
CM Mehbooba skips police commemoration day function
Former chief minister Omar Abdullah attended the function. "During floods, police was at the forefront in rescuing the people", he said.