The ceasefire reported to have set in Thursday morning was broken after some hours of calm in southern Israel. The red alert sirens began blaring in the Gaza Containment Zone including Kfar Maimon, Tushia, Alumim, Be’eri, and Nachal Oz.
Defense Minister Naftali Bennett held a situation assessment in Tel Aviv on Thursday attended by senior officials in the IDF and the defense establishment after a cease fire took effect. Restrictions have been lifted throughout much of Israel.
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The rocket fire from Gaza toward Israel continued well into the night on Wednesday. At 12:22am, sirens sounded at Kibbutz Nahal Oz, and then a siren sounded in the city of Ashkelon. At 12:40am, sirens were also heard in Ashdod, Gan Yavne and other localities in the Lachish area. Shortly after 2:30am, sirens were heard in the Lachish area, in Sderot and other communities near Gaza.
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Amnesty International blatantly lied on Tuesday when it accused Israel of violating international law for bombing the Palestinian Independent Commission for Human Rights building in Gaza.
360 rockets have been fired into Israel between Tuesday morning and Wednesday evening, the IDF spokesperson said.
Israeli retaliatory strikes in the Gaza Strip killed 12 on Wednesday, the coastal enclave’s health department reported, bringing the total number of dead in the Hamas-ruled territory since fighting broke out early Tuesday morning to 22.
Hundreds of IDF reservists have been called up in response to the rocket fire from Gaza Tuesday, and convoys of tanks have been seen as they made their way to the Gaza Brigade.
Watch as a rocket made a hit on an Israeli highway, missing cars by feet. No injuries were reported in the attack..
A barrage of rockets was fired toward southern Israel on Tuesday morning (Israel Time) after the elimination of senior Islamic Jihad leader Baha Abu Al Ata. Sirens were heard in the city of Ashdod, Gedera and moshavim in the Lachish region. Subsequent sirens were also activated in the city of Ashkelon, in Kibbutz Zikim and in Sderot.
In a joint operation by the IDF and the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet), a building in the Gaza Strip, in which the Palestinian Islamic Jihad senior leader Baha Abu Al Ata stayed in, was attacked overnight Monday. The terrorist was killed in the attack.
An advanced Israeli missile has been captured by the Russian army and taken back to Russia for study, according to reports from Russian and Chinese media outlets.
A new cemetery mapping app, called Gravez, developed by app development company Corido, can be downloaded on any cellphone to help locate kevarim in Israel. The app plans to expand to other countries as well.
The housing cabinet, led by Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, on Monday approved the cable car project for the Old City of Jerusalem.
The bathing season, which began April 12, ended approximately one week ago with a net drop in the number of children who drowned or nearly drowned, the Beterem – Safe Kids Israel organization reported.
Hezbollah’s television station Al-Manar said on Saturday that most of the Twitter accounts associated with the station have been suspended. The accounts in English, French and Spanish were said to be suspended, but the Twitter handles of specific television shows seemed to be working, AFP reported.
The State Department has reportedly decided to withhold $105 million in military aid to Lebanon, a day after Israel said it was asking international donors to withhold funds amid political turbulence in Beirut.
American-Israeli astronaut Jessica Meir last weekend released three images of the State of Israel and its surroundings taken by the International Space Station where she has been staying since September.
An explosive device was located Saturday afternoon in the Re’im Stream. The device, located inside a book, was discovered by hikers. Police sappers arriving at the scene neutralized the explosive device. No one was injured and no damage was caused.
It was a difficult Shabbos for many residents of Southern Israel as Gaza-based terrorists fired 10 rockets into Israel in the hope of killing Israeli civilians. It began on Friday night, at 9:00PM, as the Red Alert was heard in Sderot and Shar HaNegev Regional Council communities.
An IDF tank and aircraft attacked two Hamas military posts in the northern Gaza Strip on Thursday night, in response to a rocket that was launched from Gaza into Israeli territory.
The world’s first modern underground cemetery was inaugurated in Jerusalem Wednesday. The innovative solution was to excavate some 24,000 “new” burial plots at the depth of 50 meters (about 160 feet) underground, with the first phase of about 8,000 graves expected to be available for burial towards the end of 2019.
WhatsApp on Tuesday sued Israeli technology firm NSO Group, accusing it using the Facebook-owned messaging service to conduct cyberespionage on journalists, human rights activists and other.