The Directorate of Security for the Defense Establishment in cooperation with additional security institutions, has thwarted a cyber-attack targeting Israel’s leading defense industries.
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Amid a surge of in incendiary balloon attacks from the Gaza Strip, the IDF has deployed new interception technology on Israel’s border with the Hamas-ruled coastal enclave.
Incendiary balloon warfare is on the rise. Since this morning, more than 60 fires have been started in various areas adjacent to the Gaza Strip due to balloons that landed and ignited.
Following the directive of Defense Minister Benny Gantz, it was decided that the Kerem Shalom crossing between Israel and Gaza will be closed starting Tuesday morning.
The IDF Spokesman tonight said that in accordance with current army situation assessments, some traffic restrictions for military vehicles have been removed and some roadblocks at the northern border area have been opened.
The Shin Bet cleared for publication that Abdullah Dama, 38, a resident of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, had been arrested on suspicion of involvement in hostile activity against IDF soldiers.
IDF forces on Sunday night eliminated four terrorists who attempted to place explosives on the Israeli-Syrian border. IDF fighters and IDF aircraft fired at the squad that numbered four terrorists and hit them. There were no casualties among the Israeli forces.
Red Alert sirens blared over Israel Sunday evening and alerting the areas near Sderot of an incoming rocket from Gaza. The Iron Dome intercepted one rocket.
A Twitter official asserted that anti-Israeli tweets by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, including those calling for the Jewish state’s “elimination,” are not a violation of the social network’s rules.
A security incident occurred in the Har Dov area near the border with Lebanon Monday afternoon, the IDF said in a statement. The details of the incident are under investigation.
According to estimates by the IDF the Hezbollah terror organization is planning to carry out a major attack near Israel’s northern border. IDF forces are raising the level of readiness in northern Israel and a number of roads in the area have been closed.
An Israeli soldier was killed on Wednesday when a military vehicle overturned on the Golan Heights, near the border with Lebanon.
Israel’s interior Minister, Arye Deri, announced that a plan to allow foreign students into Israel in time for the upcoming school year.
Two cyberattacks on Israeli water facilities have occurred recently, the Ynet news website revealed on Thursday. One of the attacks targeted water pumps in the Upper Galilee and the second occurred in the Mateh Yehuda region.
Eighteen people were injured when a bus flipped over in a traffic accident in northern Israel Tuesday morning. At the scene, one person was moderately injured and 17 people suffered light injuries.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Monday signed into law a bill prohibiting the state from contracting with companies that boycott Israel. The Missouri House of Representatives passed the measure by a majority of 95-40 in May. The state Senate passed it, 28-1, on April 30.
A senior Hamas official defected to Israel over the weekend, a leading Saudi media outlet reported on Sunday. According to the report, Mohammed Omar Abu Ajwa, who commanded an elite unit of naval commandos, escaped by boat accompanied by his brother on Saturday.