Ramon International Airport opens in southern Israel, just north of Eilat. A special anti-missile ‘smart fence’ to shield airport from attacks is just one of its special features.
The IDF on Sunday night attacked targets belonging to the Iranian Quds Force in Syrian territory, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said. This story is developing, and updates will be posted as information becomes available.
Visitors to the Hermon site, which is now full of skiers, reported today an interception was carried out by the area Iron Dome system. Earlier in the day, Syria announced its air defense systems had foiled an Israeli air strike in the south of the country.
Israeli security forces leveled the home of Khalil Jabareen in the village in his hometown of Yatta, near Hevron. Jabareen is responsible for killing Fuld after knifing him in the back at a Gush Etzion mall back in September.
Israeli security forces operating in Samaria on Tuesday discovered a weapons factory in the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Shechem (Nablus).
Today (Tuesday), Lt. Gen. Aviv Kohavi was appointed the 22nd Chief of the General Staff of the Israel Defense Forces. Earlier today he was awarded the rank of Lieutenant General in a ceremony led by Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Binyamin Netanyahu.
Investigators probing the deaths of two elderly Jerusalem residents have made significant progress Tuesday, though details of the case remain barred from publication.
A sixth tunnel dug by Hezbollah under Israels border with Lebanon was discovered and neutralized over the weekend. The discovery was made by the Israeli military in the ongoing operation on its northern border.
IDF fighter jets targeted two Hamas underground structures in Gaza Friday night. The attacks were in retaliation for a rocket attack on southern Israel that set off a red alert.
Of the five minors arrested over a murder, the police today asked the court to release four to house arrest under restrictive conditions, while the detention of the fifth suspect was extended until Tuesday.
The ISA spokesman on Tuesday morning announced the apprehension of the terrorist responsible for the Givat Assaf Junction shooting attack in Shomron, on December 13, 2018. Two soldiers from Nachal Chareidi were killed in the attack.
The Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, arrived with a delegation of Rabbis from Russia to meet with Israel’s Chief Rabbi, the Rishon LeTziyon, Rabbi Yosef, in his offices.
The revelation that three groups of Iraqi dignitaries traveled in secret to Israel last year has sparked controversy in their home country. The trips were first reported on, by the Israeli news channel Hadashot, on Sunday.
Evyatar Yosefi was identified as the soldier killed during a training exercise in the Galilee Monday. Yosefi, a 20-year-old resident of Givat Shmuel who served in the Paratroopers Brigade, was posthumously promoted to the rank of sergeant.
IDF fighter planes and a combat helicopter attacked a number of terrorist targets in a military camp belonging to the Hamas Monday morning. The attack was in retaliation for the rocket fire towards Israeli territory overnight Sunday.
Born in Brooklyn, Yosef overcame personal hardships to become a warrior, and now helps other haredi youths connect to the IDF.
The Lord District Court on Thursday ordered the Shin Bet to allow the three Jewish minors currently held by the organization to be allowed to meet with an attorney.
Non violent protests have begun following the questionable detaining of three minors is Israel. The three were allegedly detained following an incident involving rock throwing.
Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel (Jewish Home) spoke by phone with the father of one of the Jewish minors who was detained by the Shin Bet on suspicion of involvement in a security incident.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was on an official visit to Brazil for the swearing in of the new Brazilian President. During the trip, as the Israeli Prime Minister stepped out of his vehicle, he was greeted with a massive crowd chanting “Israel, Israel.”
Two impressive Roman busts were found in early December near Beit She’an – thanks to the alertness of a local resident, who spotted the top of one of the busts’ heads sticking out of the ground as she was taking a walk north of the old city.
Cement poured into the tunnels built by Hezbollah under the Lebanon border can be seen on video flooding into a village in Lebanon where the tunnel originated.