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Border Communities Brace For Gaza March

Israeli security forces have prepared for a variety of possible scenarios.

Member of Druze Community Appointed as New IDF COGAT

The position of COGAT demands fluent Arabic in addition to Hebrew as well as great competence in diplomacy and administrative skills.

Young Muslim Teen from Umm el-Fahm Achieves His Dream, Joins IDF

"I have really bonded with the other members of the battalion, and they’re my family now.”

Suspected Terrorist Caught in Be’er Sheva After Extensive Manhunt

Security forces are searching for a terrorist on his way to his attack.

Fourth Gaza Border Infiltration in One Week

Gaza residents prefer Israeli prisons to the harsh reality at home.

Croatia to Buy Used F-16s from Israel Air Force

The decision to buy the Israeli planes was allegedly pushed by Croatian Defense Minister Damir Krstičević. Israel also offered to cooperate on drone development.

Maj. Gen. Tamir Hyman Assumes Role of Head of Military Intelligence

“The reality in the Middle East is complicated and constantly changing... It’s doubly true today, when the pace and size of the changes are unprecedented.”

Another Day, Another Infiltration from Gaza

The IDF is just 48 hours away from facing the potential challenge of thousands of Gaza residents who plan to storm the security fence.

Passover Holiday Closure at Crossings Begins at Midnight Thursday

The closure will last eight days, from Thursday at midnight until the following Saturday night at midnight, April 7th.

Arabs Set Fire near Gaza Border Fence, IDF Shells 2 Hamas Positions

IDF tanks shelled two Hamas observation posts in the northern Gaza Strip, east of Gaza City.

54 Soldiers Approached Rightwing Legal Aid Society for Help in 2017

Honenu filed 24 complaints against the police last year, nine of which were accepted, one rejected and the rest are still pending.

3 Armed Gazan Terrorists Captured 12 Miles Inside Israel

"We must draw the conclusions immediately and act to correct the mistakes, without looking to pin blame and without delay."

Cabinet Discusses Unique Ideas for Redirecting Gazans Away from the Fence

The IDF is looking for less lethal ways to protect Israel from the zombie-style attempt to overrun the Gaza border.

Authorized to Sell

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman authorized IDF Chief Rabbi Eyal Karim to sell all the IDF's Chametz to a non-Jew.

Case Closed Against Hikers Who Shot Dead Arab Assailant

“We felt a bit bad that our security guards who protected us, they got in trouble... It’s too bad they didn’t do that to the terrorists who hit us and who threatened our lives."

IDF Air Defense Commander: Iron Dome Operators Made ‘Sharp, Brave Decision’

"We saw something coming in from Gaza that appeared in every way to be ballistic. At that moment, I didn’t care if it was a mortar, a missile or heavy automatic fire.”

US Lawmakers Approve Record $705M for Israeli Missile Defense

“I’m grateful to our great friend, the United States, which has invested some $6.5 billion in defending the skies of the State of Israel to date."

Israel’s Takeaway from Juniper Cobra Exercise: Give Us the V-22 Osprey

A year ago, Israel decided to halt the process of acquiring the V-22 Osprey, which was being considered as a solution for supporting special forces personnel.

Former Israeli NSC Chief Defends Iron Dome Hyperactive Firing, Advocates Hamas Statehood

The man who was in charge of Israel's defense policy from 2004 to 2006 stated for the record: "It's always better to be in conflict with a state entity, because it bears responsibility and pressure can be applied to it."

Arab Media Report Israeli Air Strikes on Hezbollah Positions Along Syrian-Lebanese Border

Hezbollah denied that Israel had carried out any raids on Syria’s borders. Other than to say it was “aware” of the reports, the IDF declined to comment.

UPDATE: Bullets from Gaza Cause Multiple Iron Dome Launches [video]

The Iron Dome anti-missile defense system instantly went into action and at least 10 Iron Dome rockets were launched, but at what?

Two Arabs Convicted in Shmerling Murder

Two Arabs from the village of Qabatiya near Jenin were convicted Sunday for the murder of Reuven Shmerling.

Liberman: Home Front Not Ready for War in the North

The defense minister should probably devote more time to figuring out safe and expedient escape routes for the residents of northern Israel than to issue needlessly alarming messages.

Israel’s Security Forces Brace for a Spike in PA Arab Violence & Terror

Many plots have been broken up, but tensions tend to rise this time of year, coupled with the Trump administration’s proposed moving of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May.

Head of Eli Yeshiva Rabbi Sadan on TV: Don’t Let IDF Women Kill

"I'm not saying that a woman can't be a pilot," he said regarding women's service, "But I think that giving a woman the profession of killing people is not good for the nation of Israel."

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