An earthquake was felt in central Israel, including Jerusalem, Wednesday night. The Geophysical Institute reported that the epicenter of the earthquake was at sea, between Hadera and Haifa, about 200 kilometers (125 miles) from the Israeli coast. The quake struck Israel at 7:53 PM. No injuries or damage has been reported in the wake of the 4.6 magnitude quake.
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A synagogue in the central Israeli city of Lod was vandalized overnight, worshipers discovered Wednesday morning. The synagogue, which is home to an Indian-Jewish congregation, was targeted by vandals who broke into the building and trashed the interior of the synagogue.
100 terrorists who were released as part of the Shalit deal who returned to terror activities, were tried and returned to serve the rest of the prison sentences imposed on them prior to the prisoner exchange.
A synagogue and cemetery in a central Israeli town were the targets of arson and vandalism Friday, Israel Police said. Fires were set inside a synagogue and cemetery in Bnei Ayish, near Gedera, Friday. Both the synagogue and cemetery were also vandalized, with graffiti spray-painted.
Four people, about 40-years-old, were killed today in a car accident in which a minibus collided with a security fence on Route 443, near the entrance to Modi’in.
A ceasefire agreement brokered by Egypt went into effect at 4:30 Monday morning, following two days of rocket attacks by Gaza-based terrorists and Israeli retaliatory strikes inside Gaza. Some 700 rockets were launched from Gaza towards Israel, killing four and injuring dozens.
One person was critically injured Sunday evening after nearly three dozen rockets were fired at southern Israel from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. He later died in the hospital from his wounds.
Hamas operatives attempted a cyber attack on Israeli targets, and were thwarted by Israeli cyber units. The building in which the Hamas cyber unit worked from was leveled.
With rockets continuing to fall throughout southern and central Israel, the military has stepped up its retaliatory attacks. Infrastructure and Hamas targets continue to be hit, while targeted assassinations, a successful method, have begun again.
Three more people were killed in Israel as rocket attacks continue from the Gaza strip. The near constant barrage also injured over 100 people, with Israeli retaliation continuing overnight.
With over 300 Rocket falling on southern Israel since Saturday morning, Israel retaliated with more than 120 strikes on military and Hamas targets.
A 60 year old man was declared dead after being critically wounded at approxamitely 2:30 following a rocket attack which hit a building in the Ashkelon area. Over 300 rockets have been fired at Israel since Saturday morning. Rockets have fallen in Hof Ashkelon, Ofakim, Kiryat Gat, and Sderot.
For an estimated $300,000, somebody can now own a piece of American and Israeli history. The only known copy of the press release signed by president Harry Truman in which the US recognized Israel is being put up for sale by the Raab Collection, a Philadelphia-based company that buys and sells historic documents.
Following the transfer of IDF soldier Zachary Baumel’s body from Syria to Israel, Israel released two Syrian prisoners held in Israel Sunday morning. The IDF Spokesperson confirmed that the two Syrian prisoners had been transferred to the Red Cross through the Kuneitra crossing on the Golan Heights.
The IDF Spokesperson on Monday, released a statement denying any progress in locating the body of legendary Israeli spy Eli Cohen. There were several reports last week claiming that Russian officials had taken Cohen’s remains out of Syria, where he was executed more than five decades ago.
TIME Magazine on Wednesday voted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu one of its “100 most influential people of 2019.” Netanyahu was chosen for the list’s subsection on “leaders” that also included Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Brett Kavanaugh, Robert Mueller, and international figures such as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said that cutting military and economic aid to Israel as a way to signal opposition to Israeli policies should be “on the table.”
In a potentially a paradigm-shifting breakthrough, researchers at Tel Aviv University have succeeded in creating an artificial heart using a 3-D printer. According to Hebrew news site Mako, the experiment was the first of its kind to work.
Syrian opposition websites reported on Sunday evening that a Russian delegation had left Syrian territory with an Israeli coffin containing the body of Israeli spy Eli Cohen.
An Israeli air strike in central Syria wounded six combatants early Saturday, the official SANA news agency reported. A Britain-based war monitor said the strike killed several Iranian fighters and wounded 17 Syrian troops and their allies.
Morris Khan, Beresheet’s largest funder and president of SpaceIL, announced on Saturday night that he is establishing Beresheet 2 to complete the mission of an Israeli spacecraft landing on the moon.