Hamas plans to return to war on Friday, while US President Barack Obama says it’s time to “open Gaza.”
Israel more or less won the battle against Hamas, but has a poor of history of fighting the enemy known as “peace talks.”
Suicide bombers are again dressing like Orthodox Jews in preparation for carrying out mass casualty attacks in Israel.
With cease fire talks barely in place, the Israel Electric Company already began repairing the power grid for Gaza residents.
Egypt has proposed extending the 72-hour cease fire between Israel and Hamas currently in force, to 120 hours.
Ma’ale Adumim Mayor Benny Kashriel has beefed up security after an attempted terror attack was foiled by a security guard.
Palestinian terrorists committed 1,200 terror attacks during the first seven months of 2014, as compared to 1,400 for all of 2013, Israel Radio reported. The...
The EU "warmly" welcomed the announcement of the 72 hour cease fire deal with Gaza.
A victim of Palestinian Arab use of human shields courageously appeared on US national television to defend IDF actions in Gaza.
For years, Israel has known about the problem of Hamas terror tunnels -- but the immediacy of the threat only became clear last month.
Representatives of Palestinian Arab factions are in Cairo trying to put together an extended cease fire plan, but the demands are high.
The government tells Israeli southerners it's safe to go home; but the cease fire is set to end in two days. Then what happens?
A security officer stopped a terrorist from infiltrating the city of Ma'ale Adumim on Tisha B'Av, but he himself was stabbed.
One Hamas rocket hit an Arab's home in Palestinian Authority controlled territory.
It is clear that US President Barack Obama flip-flops on Israel; only the Congress is rock-solid in its support.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman is advocating for UN control over Gaza when Operation Protective Edge is over.
Palestinian Arab factions have been streaming to Cairo to form a cease fire proposal over Gaza for Israel but the deal is not realistic.
Israelis hold their breath Monday as the IDF begins a 7-hour humanitarian cease fire on Day 28 of Operation Protective Edge.
Givati and armored corps troops continue to battle Hamas terrorists from within Gaza as the operatives keep up a steady stream of rocket fire at Israeli civilians.
The IAF returned fire towards Hamas terrorists using the entrance of an UNRWA school for a shield; 10 Gaza civilians were killed.