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The '''Jewish Mob''' is a gang featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]'' and [[GTA IV Episodes|its episodes]].
The '''Jewish Mob''' is a Jewish crime family. featured in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]].''

Revision as of 22:20, January 30, 2013

The Jewish Mob is a Jewish crime family. featured in Grand Theft Auto IV.



The Jewish Mob is a criminal organization which deals in diamond trading. Isaac Roth, a Hasidic Jew, appears to be the boss of the operation, with Mori Green, a mainstream Orthodox Jew, as the underboss and his right hand man. All members of the Jewish Mob have suits with ties, with not matching jeans. They can appear in two forms: A bald fat guy, or one smaller, with short hair. Their vehicle of choice are black PMP 600's The LCPD database says that Roth, Green and the Jewish Mob in general make frequent deals with African warlord Claude Wome, a dealer in conflict diamonds.

Events of GTA IV

The diamond deal

In their first mission appearence, which coincidentally is the Impossible Trinity trio of missions (Museum Piece in GTA IV, Collector's Item in TLAD & Not so Fast in TBOGT), they are dealing 2 Million Dollars for Ray Boccino's Diamonds . Ray sends Niko Bellic & Johnny Klebitz too do the deal; when Luis Lopez shoots up the deal killing Mori Green, the museum turns into a firefight as Luis steals the diamonds, Johnny steals the money and Niko flees with nothing.


Later, Issac Roth blames Ray Boccino for botching the deal and taking the money & Diamonds for himself (when in reality this was Johnny's fault). After an argument, Roth threatens Boccino. in response to this, Boccino, in the mission Late Checkout, sends Niko Bellic to kill Roth and his Diamond Dealers at the Majestic Hotel.


Mission Appearences


The Lost And The Damned

The Ballad Of Gay Tony


GTA IV's Jewish Mob is based of the real-life Jewish-American organised crime movement in New York. They can also be based on real life Jewish diamond dealers.

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