The Israeli government is preparing to impose new restrictions on Israeli residents in preparation for the Seder night due to concerns that the traditional family gathering could lead to a spike in coronavirus cases.
Color Red sirens were sounded on Friday evening in Sderot, the Gaza envelope and the Shaar Hanegev region. The IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said one rocket was identified as having been fired from Gaza towards Israeli territory.
A new report from the Knesset Research and Information Center prepared at the request of Knesset Coronavirus Committee Chairman MK Ofer Shelah reveals that in Israel, there are currently only 1,437 available ventilators.
The main Chabad shul in Rechovot Israel has been ordered closed by the towns Chabad Rov, Rabbi Menachem Gluckowsky. The closure was announced in a letter to the mespallelim of the Chabad Shul, where he outlines his reasons for closing the shul.
The Director of the National Transportation Authority of Israel, Amir Asraf, ordered the cessation of public transportation at night due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The education system is expected to announce Thursday a complete shutdown of schools and kindergartens following a dramatic increase in the number of coronavirus cases in Israel. The shutdown would last until after Passover.
The leader of the Lebanese Shi’a terror organization Hezbollah may have been infected with the coronavirus and has been placed under quarantine, along with several other senior members of his group, according to media reports.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced Wednesday evening that no public gatherings of over 100 people would be allowed as Israel tightens restrictions to contain the novel coronavirus.
An Arab terrorist was neutralized Tuesday afternoon after he attempted to carry out a stabbing attack at the Shalem Police Station in Jerusalem, near Damascus Gate. The terrorist was neutralized and no one was injured.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced Monday night that it has been decided that all Israeli citizens returning from abroad must enter a 14-day isolation over fears of the Coronavirus. The new ruling applies no matter where in the world they return from.
The US Army has decided not to purchase any additional Israeli-made Iron Dome air-defense systems because it cannot integrate them into existing US systems.
In another historic find, caves used during the great revolt were uncovered in Israel, thanks to historian Josephus Flavius.
Four people staying at a hotel in Beit Jala, near Bethlehem, were found to be carriers of the coronavirus. This is the first identification of the virus in the Palestinian Authority, and all hotel employees have been placed in quarantine.
Airline giant Lufthansa said Thursday it was cancelling all flights to Israel until March 28, after the Jewish state barred entry to almost all non-resident arrivals from five European nations including Germany.
The US Justice Department announced on Wednesday that a woman working as an interpreter for the US military has been charged with transferring highly classified information to a Lebanese national with ties to the Hezbollah terrorist group.
With polls closing across Israel, exit polls published by Channel 12 News show that the Likud party has won 37 Knesset seats while the Blue and White party has won 33 seats.
A short time ago, an IDF force identified a sniper attack in the northern Golan Heights, the IDF confirmed. The vehicle involved in the attack was targeted in retaliation.