Foreign media sources, quoted by News12, are reporting that an Israel Air Force (IAF) F35 plane struck targets in Iraq twice in a ten-day period. According to the report, the stealth fighter jet struck a missile warehouse near Bagdad.
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The Syrian news agency reported on Tuesday night that Israel attacked several targets in the Deraa and Kuneitra regions of Syria.
The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military-terrorist wing of Hamas, announced its intention to broadcast an “important speech” on Tuesday evening, which will deal with Israeli citizens held captive in the Gaza Strip.
On Monday, the United Nations Security Council held a discussion on the “Situation in the Middle East,” with Israel participating. Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon, revealed intelligence information about Iran’s involvement in Hezbollah’s buildup in Lebanon, with help from Syria, a direct violation of UN Resolution 1701.
Mr. Rick Perry, Secretary of Energy of the United States, came with his wife for a visit to the Western Wall and the Western Wall Tunnels to begin his official and first visit to the State of Israel.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has become Israel’s longest-serving prime minister. Netanyahu, 69, on Saturday surpassed the number of days as prime minister held by David Ben Gurion, the country’s first prime minister.
A number of major fires broke out across Israel Wednesday afternoon, forcing some evacuations and destroying a number of homes. Hundreds of boys in the Belz Yeshiva in Haifa were also evacuated.
A huge ancient settlement, one of the largest of its kind in the region, has been discovered during archaeological excavations by the Israel Antiquities Authority near Motza Junction.
Sirens were sounded shortly before 10:00 p.m. in Kibbutz Nir Yitzhak and Kibbutz Sufa in the Gaza envelope. Residents reported hearing an explosion shortly after the siren went off.
Two people were killed in a traffic accident east of Jerusalem Friday morning. The crash occurred on westbound Route 1, near the Israeli town of Mitzpeh Yericho, east of Jerusalem, when a car flipped over. Two people inside the car, both in their 20s, were killed. A third victim, approximately 18 years of age, was seriously injured.
The Mossad and IDF Military Intelligence have foiled some 50 terror attacks around the world over the course of three years, Israeli media outlets reported on Tuesday.
Researchers from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the Israel Antiquities Authority and Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, believe they have discovered the Philistine town of Ziklag, near Kiryat Gat.
The IDF announced Monday evening that another terror tunnel had been located in the southern Gaza Strip. The tunnel was exposed during the construction of the underground barrier along the Gaza Strip border. IDF soldiers are currently investigating the route of the tunnel.
Overnight Saturday, following joint intelligence and operational activity of the IDF and the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet), the terrorist suspected of running over five soldiers on Saturday night near the village of Hizma was arrested, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said.
Five IDF soldiers were injured when a car rammed into them near Hizma, in northern Jerusalem. Two of the soldiers were moderately injured, while the other three suffered light injuries. The victims were treated by Magen David Adom (MDA) and United Hatzalah paramedics, who transferred them to Jerusalem hospitals.
A 1,600-year-old mosaic depicting a scene from the book of Exodus was uncovered by researchers and students in northern Israel.
A Hamas explosives expert entered Israel on a medical permit in order to set up a bomb-making lab in Judea and Samaria.
The nationwide violence by members of Israel’s Ethiopian Israeli community resulted in injuries and significant damage to police vehicles and more. On Wednesday morning, July 3, 2019, protest leaders announced they will resume later today.
Thousands of Ethiopian Israelis took to the streets in many cities across Israel, bringing major intersections to a halt. Dozens were arrested as protesters hurled bricks, rocks, and other objects at police. Tires were set ablaze as well. People were stuck in traffic for hours and hours. In many locations Police did not attempt to stop the protests. Many police cars were destroyed, as protesters flipped them over, while others were set on fire.
The Chabad-Lubavitch movement honored President Donald Trump with a special printing of the Hasidic movement’s foundational philosophical text, the Tanya.